Blood & Gold: Children Dying As Egypt's Treasures Are Looted
Since the 2011 Egyptian revolution, political instability and a tourism decline have led to widespread looting of archaeological sites — with deadly consequences. Children forced to work in dangerous conditions to pillage historical sites have died ...
Egypt wineries struggle to revive industry
Abou al-Matamir, Egypt: Men and women harvest Merlot grapes under the scorching sun in one of Egypt's up-and-coming vineyards, as the Muslim-majority desert country strives to win over international wine connoisseurs. "It's a great story, what we've ...
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Egypt proposed reform program to IMF
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FILE -- In this June 1, 2016 file photo, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, speaks during a press conference with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. Three Egyptian dailies said Monday, Aug 8, 2016 ...
Reports: Egypt has proposed 18-month reform program to IMF
Egypt Reserves Drop to 16-Month Low in July Amid IMF Talks
Egypt's foreign-currency reserves dropped to the lowest level in 16 months in July after authorities repaid about $2 billion in debt, highlighting the pressure the government is facing as it seeks a $12 billion International Monetary Fund loan. Net ...
Egypt Suspends Five Foreign Exchange Bureaus As Black Market Crackdown Continues
Egypt pays $2.25bn of external debt in July: CBE
Egypt has shut down half of its licensed currency exchange bureaus for violations
Egyptian Women's Volleyball Team Competed in Hijab For Their First Olympic Game
Egypt made their first Olympic appearance in women's beach volleyball on Sunday since the sport was added to the games in 1996 and the athletes of the moment, Doaa El-Ghobashy and Nada Meawad of Egypt, wore uniforms that upheld both their culture ...
You won't see Egypt's beach volleyball team in bikinis as women opt for long sleeves, hijab
Hijab, Leggings, and Long-sleeves Won't Hinder Egyptian Beach Volleyball Player's Olympic Performance
Cultures Mix as Hijab-Wearing Athlete Plays Against Bikini-wearing Volleyball Competitor in Rio
Egypt hopes to refashion tourist industry in style
It's not news that Egypt's tourism industry has been devastated, but the actual numbers make people sit up and take notice. The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics issued a report in late July showing that the number of tourists who ...
Egypt announces sharp rises in electricity prices as it aims to phase out subsidies
CAIRO Egypt will increase electricity prices by up to 40 percent for households as part of its plan to repair its finances by eliminating power subsidies entirely over the next few years, the government said on Monday. The latest price hikes range from ...
Egypt introduces higher electricity tariffs to households, part of subsidy cut plan
FM spokesman slams Economist issue criticising Egypt's economic policies
Egyptian foreign ministry spokesperson Ahmed Abu Zeid slammed on Monday an article titled “The ruining of Egypt” published in The Economist magazine, calling it “reductionist and biased.” The Economist issue, which featured a series of articles about ...
The Economist article is void of objective analysis of Egypt's economy: Foreign Affairs spokesperson
Attacks on Christians in Egypt raise alarms
CAIRO — Residents in the southern Egyptian village of Naj al-Nassara watched in horror as their beloved Archangel Mikhail Coptic Church burned to the ground. “We heard deafening sounds of explosions and crackling as the interior of the church gave way ...
Egypt MPs reject Irish parliament resolution calling for release of Irish-Egyptian prisoner
Egypt parliament speaker Ali Abdel-Al disclosed on Sunday that many MPs have asked him to issue a statement in response to the resolution passed by the Irish parliament on 8 July, which criticises Halawa's continued detention without trial. Halawa has ...