Egypt wheat commission submits corruption report amid calls for minister t...
CAIRO A fact-finding commission investigating corruption in Egypt's domestic wheat supplies has delivered its final report to parliament, a lawmaker said on Monday, amid mounting pressure on the minister of supplies to resign. Egypt, the world's ...
Egypt wheat commission submits corruption report amid calls for minister to resign
Egypt Orders 8 Female TV Anchors To Lose Weight
The edict was given by the the state-run broadcaster Egyptian Radio and Television Union, which said the women could only return to the air if they had an “appropriate appearance,” the BBC reported. Some of those who were suspended decried the ...
Eight female broadcasters in Egypt were sacked because they were 'too fat'
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Egyptian FM sparks uproar by saying Israel not guilty of 'terrorism'
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's invitation to the home of Egypt's ambassador to Israel last month on that country's national day, for the first time since 2009, was yet another indication of subtle changes taking place in the public atmosphere ...
Israeli Killing of Palestinian Children Not Terrorism, Egyptian Foreign Minister Says
Egypt announces Russian willingness to host Israel-Palestinian negotiations
Egypt FM defends Israel, says policies not terrorism
Can this mystical musical tradition make a comeback in Egypt?
Zar shows aim at “reviving folk music, searching for it in its source and presenting it to the audience,” Zakaria Ibrahim, founder of El Mastaba Center for Egyptian Folk Music, told Al-Monitor. “Zar is disappearing in Egypt. Those who know it and ...
UAE offers $1b deposit to Egypt's Central Bank
The deal was signed by Mohammad Saif Al Suwaidi, Director-General of the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) and Tarek Amer, Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt, in the presence of Juma Mubarak Al Junaibi, UAE Ambassador-designate to the ...
UAE deposits $1 billion in Egypt's Central Bank for 6 years
UAE offers $1 billion deposit to Egypt for six years
UAE offers $1 billion deposit to Egypt's Central Bank: Emirati news agency
Egypt, Russia Agree On Roadmap for Resumption of Flights - Minister
Cairo — Egypt and Russia agreed on a roadmap for the resumption of Russian flights and tourism to Egypt, Civil Aviation Minister Sherif Fathy said on Monday. Fathy said in a press conference that the roadmap includes the arrival of a number of ...
Egypt Ready to Create Separate Security Zones for Russian Tourists in Airports
Security cooperation protocol with Russia for Egypt's airports is pending: Civil Aviation Minister
Egypt's tourist industry hit hardest by terror fears
Egypt is bearing the brunt of a slump in tourism to Muslim-majority countries in the troubled Mediterranean region, with the number of foreign tourists tumbling 46.5 per cent year on year in the first quarter of 2016, according to the UN World Tourism ...
Egypt's Sisi tackles foreign policy issues in lengthy interview
In a long interview with Egypt's three major publicly owned newspapers published on Monday, President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi announced that he is going to participate in the upcoming G20 summit in China in early September. “I am looking forward to ...
Egypt's Sisi: No reason for feud with Turkish people
Egypt is keen on boosting relations with Gulf region -- Al-Sisi
Egypt's Sisi says Putin ready to host Mideast peace talks
Egypt sees 16 pct decline in road fatalities since 2005: CAPMAS
In an emailed statement, CAMPAS said that its newly-published study titled "Economic cost of road accidents in Egypt in 2015" concluded that Egypt saw 25,500 road fatalities last year, while the total number of car accidents was 14,500, a decline of 31 ...
Egypt: Road Accidents Cost Egypt Egp 30.5 Billion in 2015 - State Agency
RPT--In Egypt, IMF deal brings austerity few can afford
Though Egypt has returned to the IMF virtually every decade since the 1970s, implementation of reforms has been mixed. Many Egyptians are uneasy with a programme they see as being foreign imposed and are convinced it will hurt all but the richest.
IMF Austerity In Egypt - Cutting Subsidies Will Make Things Cheaper