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Investigations reveal that over 61 cases involved teachers harassing female students in the primary and preparatory stages of school
Here are the books that were selected as the best books of 2014, according to an online poll by Goodreads, an online platform for readers to communicate through rating, writing reviews and participating in discussion boards.
In Egypt, the past four years since the 25 January Revolution held several overwhelming emotions for people, which differed from pride and happiness to depression and anger. That was definitely translated in films which were and are still being produced.
The weekly average working hours in both sectors reached 56 hours, recording 53 hours in the public sector and IPOs and 60 hours in the private sector
With investor confidence growing, Egypt is looking forward to a sizeable boost to its economic performance in 2015. A peaceful conclusion to presidential elections in June, along with slowing inflationary pressures, a slew of crucial fiscal reforms and rallies on both the EGX [Egyptian Stock Exchange] and in the tourism sector, have helped pave the …
Highest sales volume recorded for the past five years, Auto sales rebound despite the political circumstances
2014 inherited same crises faced by sector as 2013, including active labour migration and low occupancy
State response, measures and women rights supported by Al-Sisi
On top of those challenges he noted there is a need for advanced discussions on several issues currently facing journalists in Egypt.
Over the past weeks, Daily News Egypt has interviewed Egyptians from all walks of life and is reporting their expectations and demands for the year 2015, in an effort to contribute to an open debate about the challenges the country is facing. This special issue comes at a critical time. Since the ousting of Islamist …
The past year witnessed political instabilities that reflected significantly on the Egyptian economy. Although 2014 had a rough kick start economically, some analysts have dubbed the year the best since the 25 January Revolution. With a newly elected president, who made many promises during his election campaign, many financial and legislative decisions were taken to …
Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade release report summarising 2014 events and showing ministry’s expectations for 2015
Essebsi won Sunday’s run-off poll in Tunisia’s first democratic presidential elections
Egypt is the largest real estate market in the region and its demographics suggest huge potential for growth
‘Egypt’s economic stability is a must’: UAE Minister of State Sultan Al-Jaber
‘Invest in Egypt 2014’ conference kicks off in Abu Dhabi, amid speculation on the country’s potential for green energy
The syndicate says constitutionally, it is the only body allowed to discuss media laws
The round of 16 has been played out and it did not disappoint, five out of eight ties went to extra time
AFP – Amid heavy security, Egyptians voted for a new president Monday in an election expected to sweep to power ex-army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. The two-day election is the first since the frontrunner Al-Sisi deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July, a move that unleashed the bloodiest violence in Egypt’s recent …
In less than a month, all eyes across the globe will be on Brazil for the World Cup. Every four years, football addicts worldwide share new tactics, squad lists, expectations and hopes. Amid all the obvious gems, it’s worth searching for those young players who might not yet have the crown of stardom around their …
The Other Woman combines a predictable storyline with lacklustre comedy- both reason enough to avoid.
The following is the second of a two part article by the Arab Reform Initiative, an independent research network, concerning the 2014 constitution’s treatment of human rights and the separation of powers in the government. The first part, published yesterday, addressed the constitution’s articles concerning the military and security apparatus. The second part, below, deals …
The following is the first of a two part article by the Arab Reform Initiative, an independent research network, concerning the 2014 constitution’s treatment of human rights and the separation of powers in the government. The first part, below, addresses the constitution’s articles concerning the military and security apparatus. The second part, dealing with the …
Nasserist candidate Hamdeen Sabahy reaffirms candidacy, Anan bows out
The summer of 2014 might make up for losses of the past 3 years.
By Alessandra Bajec This Saturday, thousands took to Egypt’s streets to mark the anniversary of the 25 January 2011 uprising that led to the ouster of former President Mubarak. Against a backdrop of fireworks, chants, helicopters hovering over Cairo, as much as killings, arrests and detention of dissenting voices. While small pro-army crowds scattered around …
2014 is only one week old and so far it has not delivered on the implicit promise that a new year supposedly holds.
From all of us at the Daily News Egypt we wish you a very happy 2014.
Army and Police reinforcements in Tahrir, Rabaa Al-Adaweya, Al-Nahda and around Presidential Palace
The return of Travco’s CEO might mean a boost to Egyptian tourism