- 406 Azhar Uni. students banned from final exam for on-campus “rioting”
- EGX to ease conditions for listing on benchmark, launch top-50 index in August
- French foreign minister to visit Israel, Palestinian territories for peace talks
- Colorful fragment hacked out from ancient Egyptian tomb, excavators say
May. 28, 12:45
JOHANNESBURG: All 2010 Soccer World Cup funds were accounted for and audited, South Africa’s sports minister said on Thursday, and the government was yet to receive an indictment from U.S. prosecutors involving South...
May. 28, 12:37
CAIRO: President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi will meet with the U.S. former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta at the presidential palace Thursday, said the Presidential spokesperson Alaa Youssef in a statement. The statement did not...
May. 28, 11:48
Video: House destroyed by raging fire in Sharqia.
May. 28, 12:30
CAIRO: The first state-owned plant to manufacture energy-saving light bulbs was inaugurated Thursday in Egypt’s Mediterranean governorate of Alexandria, Youm7 reported. Minster of Investment Ashraf Salman and Alexandria...
May. 28, 10:00
CAIRO: The new board of directors of 80 percent state-owned fixed line operator Telecom Egypt (TE) has chosen Osama Yassin as a new chief executive officer, following a two-hour meeting Wednesday, an official told Youm7....
May. 27, 15:55
CAIRO: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) shut on a mixed note at the close of Wednesday’s session, amid sideways trading hurt by institutions’ sell-offs for a third straight day, the benchmark index EGX30 ended on a.1 slip toward...
Cleric Anas Sultan allegedly abducted with his two brothers
British Ambassador launches £20m Newton-Mosharafa fund
GUC students released after 4-day detention
Sovaldi to be available in local market for up to $314.5
Islamic scholar suggests using DVDs in Friday sermons
2 stray dogs paralyzed in hasty spinal cord injury
May. 24, 15:12
CAIRO: Egypt has taken legal actions to restore dozens of artifacts smuggled to Israel amid the rising illicit digging activities carried out in several Egyptian archaeological sites following the 2011 uprising, sources told...
May. 21, 14:22
CAIRO: Several museums all over the world house ancient Egyptian treasures but the iconic bust of Queen Nefertiti, currently on display at Berlin’s Neues Museum, remains one of Egypt’s top plundered artifacts. The...
May. 20, 15:10
CAIRO: The decision of the Antiquities Ministry to raise entrance fees paid by Arab tourists and locals to visit Egypt’s archaeological sites has drawn mixed reviews. “The timing of the decision is not appropriate as the...