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Egypt is a beacon of hope and refuge, pope says at audience
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During his weekly general audience May 3, the pope reflected on his recent visit to Egypt and said that because of its religious and cultural heritage as well as its role in the Middle East, Egypt has the task of promoting a lasting peace that "rests ...
Editorial: The pope's mission to Egypt was bold and brave
Pope Francis says Egypt trip promoted 'healthy secularism'
After Egypt trip, Pope Francis hails 'healthy secularism' approach
Bill Funds Border Security--in Libya, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Egypt...
The 1665-page spending bill the Republican-controlled Congress is planning to pass this week includes multiple measures that seemingly demonstrate a ...
Egypt's Al Sissi begins UAE visit
Abu Dhabi: His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, on Wednesday received Egyptian President Abdul Fattah Al Sissi, who arrived to the UAE on a ...
Egypt's president visits staunch ally United Arab Emirates
President of Egypt arrives in UAE
Is Sisi undermining independence of Egypt's judiciary?
Is Egypt using passports to punish its opponents? | Egypt | Al Jazeera
Egypt's former vice president says he is having a difficult time renewing his passport.
4000-year-old model garden found outside Egypt tomb
Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a nearly 4,000 year old model garden outside a tomb in the ancient Egyptian capital of Thebes, the antiquities ministry said on Wednesday. The find was made by a Spanish team in the Draa Abul Nagaa ...
Ordination of the first deaf Minister in the Diocese of Egypt
Archbishop Mouneer Anis has, for the first time, ordained a deaf person as a deacon. The Revd Clement Alfons was ordained at All Saints Cathedral in Zamalek, Cairo. Many from the deaf community in Egypt came to witness the occasion. Egyptian sign ...
Egypt has contracted to import 20000 tonnes of Indian rice
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt, traditionally a rice exporter, has contracted to purchase 20,000 tonnes of Indian rice, a cabinet statement said on Wednesday. The government statement did not explain why it had contracted to buy the rice. But in December, the ...
Will Egypt start charging citizens to use Facebook?
CAIRO — Egyptian parliamentarian Riyad Abdul Sattar proposed a bill on on April 18 to control usage of social media platforms like Facebook by linking account access to the user's national ID number and charging registration fees, at least in its ...
Egypt upset by UK'S refusal to cancel Sharm El Sheikh flight ban
Sources within the Egyptian government claim that Sharm is now comparable to the safest airports in the world.
Eman Sharobeem returns to Egypt ahead of ICAC hearings, seeks to renew ID card
Two senior officials at Egypt's National Council of Women confirmed that Ms Sharobeem, who has lived in Australia for 30 years, was at their offices in the upmarket suburb of Nasr City in Cairo about two months ago, requesting a letter that states she ...