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The U-23 AFCON includes eight teams divided into two groups, where Egypt is placed in Group A. Egypt will play Mali on 8 November in the opening game, then Ghana on 11 November, and Cameroon on 14 November. Cairo Stadium will host the first group matches.
“This year was productive. While we celebrated the AUC’s centennial, we stressed on a number of messages, including education quality that got us our international accreditation,” said AUC President Francis J. Ricciardone.
Dark Horse singer referred to the ancient Egyptian civilisation in her celebration, highlighting the connection she feels having with it
285,000 tickets were sold before the inauguration
I spent a long time studying Egypt’s influence in the world of goldsmithing, jewellery making, says the award winning designer
The transferred relics will be showcased at the old kingdom hall at the GEM, while the others will be on display over the stairs of the museum.
Our awareness campaign is daring and shocking, but so is the truth, says founder
Exhibition comes 12 years since young king’s treasures’ last visit to the British capital
Last week, Siwa’s citizens gathered in “Eid El-Solh” (the reconciliation festival), a cultural festival in which the whole community attends to announce the start of a new year with nothing but peace and serenity amongst people.
Every year, we set the bar too high, going for Al Mu’izz Street was crazy, but we managed to make it come true, says curator of Art D’Égypte
The true value of things, are not in their price. But in the memory it leaves you with; says artist
“For Red Sea and Luxor holidaymakers, a Pyramids and GEM add-on will also become a doddle with Giza’s newly inaugurated Sphinx Airport set to operate domestic flights,” Lonely Planet said.
Festival aims to ameliorate the popular taste and revive Egyptian musical heritage, says founder
The cachette was found consisting of two lines, the first with 18 tombs, and the second with 12 tombs belonging to women and three children
When I first saw that it lasts for seven minutes, I didn’t think I can last until the end; but it captures you at every minute; says MoziMotion film festival founder
Waziri said that the final decision is to be taken in a conference next month, attended by 600 Egyptologists from all over the world, to discuss the danger of moving the mummy from Luxor, and the process of restoring it to join the complete collection of the young pharaoh that will be on display at the GEM.
After flying with their ready to go robot to the States, the team was shocked that all the robot’s part were fried from the airport scanners.
Zahi Hawass revealed the unearths stating that the excavation mission is the biggest of its kind since Haward’s mission that discovered Tutankhamun’s burial chamber
We need to stop wasting food, while other might die out of not having it: Founder says
I witnessed wars and struggles during the stages of my life, all of which has faded and passed away, only man has survived; Saber said in his last message to the world
Lithium-ion batteries are used globally to power portable electronics revolutionising our lives
Egypt’s Minister of Culture, Inas Abdel Dayem will honour 12 figures whose works have enriched the theatre art scene in Egypt and around the world.
Aswan is now one of the top 10 cities in the world for enhanced learning experiences.
James Peebles won half of the prize, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz jointly won other half
This great man believed in the power of non-violence which overcame the strongest empire the world recognised at the time, says Aboul Ghiet
For the two countries in which the blue river begins and ends, a special bond should be formed, says Nancy Hadi
The book fair is to take place for the second year in a row at Egypt International Exhibition Centre, located at Al-Mosher Tantawy axis in Fifth Settlement.
Campaign to find an end to the culturally acceptable behaviour of mistreating children, and using various kinds of violence against adolescences
Moustafa Waziri, Secretary-General of Supreme Council of Antiquities, stated in a press release that some of the temple’s stones were discovered during the excavation for installing the sewage pumps.
You Will Die at Twenty, Talking About Trees, Exam won the Golden Star award, while Les Misérables won the Cinema for Humanity Audience Award