Police put 37 people behind bars on Saturday after violent clashes a day earlier between Muslims and Christians in southern Egypt, a judicial source told AFP.
Police have uncovered two tunnels used for smuggling between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, a security source told AFP on Saturday.
Egypt's Information Technology Development Industry Agency (ITIDA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) to become a founding partner of the WITSA. Through the agreement, Egypt hopes to get more foreign direct investments to establish as an ICT hub in the Middle East. Egypt currently has 1,600 ICT companies.
Militancy by laborers who have split from regime-controlled unions presents President Mubarak with a widening crisis. EL MAHALLA EL KUBRA, Egypt — President Hosni Mubarak faces discontent from many quarters, but perhaps the most intense criticism resonates from the banners and shaking fists of militant workers who have broken away from government-controlled unions and staged sporadic strikes ...
Seven was enough for New Egypt. It had to be, after the Warriors turned down three.
Egypt to boost gas supply to Jordan
CAIRO: Fifteen people were injured and 35 detained after clashes between Muslim and Christian villagers in central Egypt yesterday, police sources said.
CAIRO, Egypt—Muslims and Coptic Christians clashed after Friday prayers over a land dispute, leaving 20 injured, security officials said.
CAIRO, Egypt Muslims and Coptic Christians clashed after Friday prayers over a land dispute, leaving 20 injured, security officials said.
Al-Ahly of Egypt closed on a record third consecutive African Champions League title after holding Etoile Sahel of Tunisia 0-0 in the first leg of the final Saturday.