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Egypt Sends Submersible in Search for EgyptAir Jet's Black Boxes
New York Times
CAIRO — Egypt has deployed a submersible to help find the wreckage of EgyptAir Flight 804 in the deep Mediterranean waters where it crashed, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said Sunday, as he warned that it might take a “long time” before the cause of ...
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Israel returns ancient sarcophagus covers to Egypt
After clearing several bureaucratic procedures, the sarcophagus lids were handed over to Egyptian Ambassador Hazem Khairat at Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Dore Gold, director-general of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said he hoped the return ...
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Egypt Sends Submarine to Join Search Efforts of Doomed Flight
The electronic signals offer a puzzling twist to what may have happened to the flight, which crashed about 290 kilometers (180 miles) off the Egyptian coast. The aircraft had smoke in the front part of the cabin, BEA said Saturday. Two error messages ...
Egypt star Ramadan Sobhi to miss qualifier for school exam
Egypt will miss the services of in-form 18-year-old Ramadan Sobhi of Al Ahly in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania because he needs to sit his school exams. The Pharaohs will face Tanzania in Dar es Salaam on 4 June needing just one ...
Sources say hunt for black boxes makes key progress
Planes and vessels from Egypt and five other countries - Greece, Britain, France, the United States and Cyprus - continued searching a wide area of the eastern Mediterranean on Saturday, a day after the Egyptian military found debris from the passenger ...
Unrest slows UK travel to Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey
Office for National Statistics (ONS) data released on Friday show that the numbers of British nationals travelling to past holiday hot spots such as Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey are in sharp decline. That picture is backed up by figures from the World ...
Egypt and the aversion of investors
Egypt's number one enemy is neither terrorism nor the opposition – it is the economy. Successive governments in the country have promised reforms but hardly succeeded. It's the enemy which can shake the pillars of the state again and creatie chaos ...
Rich potential in Egypt's largely untapped mineral deposits
CAIRO // Egypt may be sitting on mineral deposits worth hundreds of billions of dollars which, once developed, could surpass oil and gas as a source of income, says the head of a company prospecting for gold and other minerals in the country's Eastern ...
Egypt: Preliminary Report On Crashed Egyptair Jet to Be Released in 1 Month
Cairo — An Egypt-led investigation committee will release a preliminary report on Thursday's crash of EgyptAir's Cairo-Paris flight MS804 in one month, state-run newspaper Al-Ahram reported on Sunday. Ayman al-Moqadem, the head of Egypt's Air ...
Egypt tourism, already down, faces another blow
Egypt's tourism industry has already been decimated in recent years by political turmoil and terrorist attacks. The latest catastrophic event, the crash of EgyptAir Flight MS804 into the Mediterranean Thursday en route from Paris to Cairo, could be a ...