Egyptian renewable energy projects get $210 million boost
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has announced as much as $210 million in debt financing in order to "tap" the renewable energy potential of Egypt. In a statement on Tuesday, the Beijing headquartered AIIB said the project would comprise ...
$210m to finance renewable energy project in Egypt: AIIB
AIIB announces 210 mln USD support for renewable energy projects in Egypt
Asian Bank providing US$210 million for 490MW of Egyptian solar
2018 World Cup: Egypt leapfrog Uganda at top of Group E
Egypt gained revenge for Friday's defeat in Kampala by beating Uganda 1-0 in Alexandria to leapfrog their opponents at the top of Group E. Mohamed Salah scored the winner after six minutes, netting at the second attempt after Uganda goalkeeper Dennis ...
Egypt back on top after Uganda win
Egypt, Tunisia close in on World Cup qualification; Algeria out
Basena maintains team that beat Egypt
Muslims in Egypt are trying to preserve its Jewish heritage
IN BUT a few years one of the world's oldest Jewish communities will have disappeared. No more than 20 Jews are thought to still live in Egypt, compared to at least 80,000 before the second world war. Half a dozen live in Cairo—four of them in care homes.
Egypt to host war games with US after 8-year hiatus
Egypt will host war games with U.S. troops this month for the first time in eight years, but the American contingent will be much smaller than in previous exercises, officials said Tuesday. Army Spokesman Col. Tamer el-Rifai said the 10-day military ...
Egypt, US to resume suspended military exercise
Egypt says suspended US military exercises to resume
Egypt and US to hold military exercises
Censorship: Egypt blocks 424 websites
The Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression, AFTE, an Egyptian Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), which has been tracking affected sites, said the latest ban included two rights group websites and another 17 VPN and proxy websites.
Egypt blocks website of leading rights group
NGO websites latest targets of Egypt's online clampdown
Egypt and US to resume joint war games after 8 years
US Defense Secretary James Mattis (L) and Egypt's Central Military Zone Commander General Ayman Abdelhamid Amer stand for the playing of the US national anthem following Mattis' arrival to place a wreath at the memorial of the Unknown Soldier in ...
Egypt Signs Memo With China on $739 Million of Funding for New Train to Capital, Minister Says
Egyptian and Russian leaders prepare for Dabaa
Egypt finalizes deal with Russia for first nuclear plant
India, Egypt to bolster bilateral ties
Earlier, during his address at the BRICS Emerging Markets and Developing Countries Dialogue, which was attended by Egypt, Mexico, Guinea, Thailand and Tajikistan on China's invitation as part of “BRICS Plus” outreach exercise, Mr. Modi described these ...
Egypt's President al-Sisi Arrives in China to Attend BRICS Summit
Egypt clears multibillion-dollar backlog as FX crisis fades
Egypt has cleared a multibillion-dollar backlog of foreign-currency requests from importers and foreign companies since floating the pound in November, a central bank official said, the latest sign that the economy is recovering from a paralyzing ...
Egypt, Italy reestablish diplomatic ties after tension over student's murder
Egypt and Italy have decided to restore diplomatic ties after over a year since the murder of 28-year-old Italian graduate student Giulio Regeni in Egyptian capital Cairo. Italian and Egyptian ambassadors in both countries will resume work on September ...
Italian Ambassador to Return to Egypt Next Week: Italy's FM
Italian FM defends diplomatic relations with Egypt as new ambassador takes post next week
Egypt's tourism revenues rise 170 percent in first seven months of 2017: official
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's tourism revenues jumped by 170 percent in the first seven months of 2017, reaching $3.5 billion, a government official told Reuters, in welcome news for an economy heavily reliant on the sector for foreign currency and jobs.
Egypt's tourism receipts surge in first seven months to $3.5bn