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Opinion writers in different Egyptian newspapers have discussed an assortment of topics. Some of them have tapped upon the deceptive commonly used statement “the revolution has been stolen,” claiming that some political forces merely use the statement to cover up for their division and disorganisation. Some other commentators have written about the recent strikes in …
Super Cup game played despite opposition by Ultras Ahlawy fan group
Protesters vow to continue protesting until board decision reversed
A United States business delegation has pledged to support Egypt in its transition to democracy through bolstering investment to create more jobs and promote economic growth. “We hope that this delegation returns home with a very simple message: Egypt is open for business,” Thomas Nides, head of the US business delegation and the deputy of …
Protest in front of Egyptian Museum calling for the restoration of security at tourist sites
Lieutenant General Hamdy Wahiba denies El-Brince’s accusations
Al-Nas Channel being sued for allegedly attacking Copts
Luxor to host the first Egyptian and European Film Festival
Digital natives carry their work, play or school everywhere
A Saudi business-delegation is scheduled to visit Cairo this Monday, with the legal impediments to Saudi investment leading the visit’s agenda. Reportedly, Dr Tawfik Al-Rabea, Saudi Minister of Industry and Trade, will head the delegation that encompasses up to 35 Saudi businessmen, in addition to the Saudi Ambassador to Egypt, Ahmed Al-Katan. The Egyptian delegation …
Orascom for Construction Industries’ (OCI) results showed a net decrease as at 30 June, although they project a positive outlook. This year’s first half results show that the company’s net income dropped by 42.6 percent to EGP 1.3 billion versus EGP 2.2 billion in the first half of 2011. However, this year’s quarter-to-quarter results show …
Featuring Naguib Mahfouz, Om Kalthoum, Mahmoud Mokhtar and others, Egyptian doodles continue to interact with Egyptians
Inhabitants faced gunpoint eviction over unpaid debts
The real threat comes from a society that refuses to accept individuals who reject its norms and values
Few hours after Fatma Nabil has read the 12 o’clock news bulletin in her full cream-colored veil, the Egyptian media sphere has quivered with endless controversial discussions on the extent to which the entire country is deliberately being ‘Ikhwanised’. Being the first Egyptian female newsreader ever to appear on Egypt’s state television, the move assuredly …
Across different Egyptian newspapers, columnists have tapped upon various issues that relate to Mohamed Morsy’s rule. Some writers have condemned the debate over female circumcision; others criticise proposals of the new Justice Minister to reinstate the long-lived emergency law. On another note, some commentators discussed how the deteriorating Tahrir Square is calling upon Egyptians to …
President joins popular social media website, while another popular site keeps tabs on his progress
A United States business delegation arrived in Cairo yesterday for a four day visit to discuss economic cooperation to bolster the ailing economy through developing the private sector. The US chamber of Commerce and the US-Egypt Business Council (USEBC) will lead, in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt (AmCham Egypt), a business …
“All the kiosks have licences”, says a book vendor
Defendants acquitted due to lack of evidence
Perpetrators of Rafah attack still unidentified; investigations continue
Ultras Ahlawy: “no game will be played before retribution, unless over their dead bodies”
Tamer El-Naggar, CEO of TNS’s North Africa branch, one of the world’s leading marketing research companies talk to the Daily News Egypt
El-Hawat talks about her rise from playing in the streets to representing and coaching women’s professional football in Egypt
Relaxing and reflecting in the natural beauty and artistic atmosphere of Lake Qarun and the Valley of the Whales
Nevertheless, the fearsome fighters found irrefutable proof that devil worshippers congregated for their spooky rituals during a brimstone-scented happening that was disguised as a concert. Those in the know were not fooled though, they saw right through the howling guitars and screaming singer. Heavy metal is a euphemism for the devil, we all know that.
What really brought the music to life was the voice of Asya Madany, the lead vocalist of the group, whose beautiful rich voice filled up the entire room with warmth and energy. The acoustics of the room were irrelevant against her dazzling voice.
The project came about when we noticed that there was a gap between the choreographers, the artists, and the audience. So we give 15 minute performances, four a day, over two days with an open discussion with the audience following the performances.
After the horrific incident, Farouk Hosny, then the Minister of Culture, resigned but former President Mubarak revoked his resignation.
New developments indicate further crackdowns on ex-regime figures