Journalists Syndicate react to reduction of verdict against former head and board members
The syndicate’s board will meet tomorrow to discuss how to respond.
Archaeologists unearth host of ancient Egyptian monuments in Luxor, Aswan
The Antiquities Ministry announced the discovery of a 6,000-year-old slab of Neolithic rock art, a 3,900-year-old
Explosion in south Cairo suburb kills 1, injures 3
An explosion in the south Cairo suburb of Maadi killed one, and injured three on Friday morning
US$50 million smuggled Egyptian artifacts shipped to US in 2016: US Census Bureau
Most ministry employees entrusted with the protection of ancient artifacts in Egypt are paid very little
25 people killed in mid-Sinai crossfire
More than two-dozen people died in mid-Sinai on Thursday during crossfire between security forces and
Egypt delays approval for Brazilian meat imports after spoiled meat scandal
Egypt suspended approval of imports from a Brazilian meat processing plant, pending talks with Brazilian
1,181 students detained, 21 killed, 65 referred to military trials in 3 years: AFTE
Rights report asserts Egypt's crackdown on student activism has destroyed the academic futures of hundreds
Food poisoning spreads among Egypt’s children, likely caused by free school meals
Over 300 children exhibited symptoms of food poisoning in three governorates across Egypt on Tuesday,
Police personnel investigated for serious crimes in 4 separate incidents
Four instances of Egyptian police personnel or former police personnel being investigated for serious
Egypt and Sudan schedule talks following escalation of Halayeb dispute
The talks were scheduled 2 days after a committee was formed to develop guidelines for removing Egyptians
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