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Egypt's Administrative Control Authority (ACA) has raised over 400 corruption-related cases and taken legal action against more than 1,400 employees since the beginning of the year, a statement read on Tuesday.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi signed Law No. 142 of 2019 to amend several provisions of Law No 213 of 2017 related to trade unions.
A presidential committee tasked with rectifying the status of unlicensed Christian places of worship, chaired by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, approved on Monday legalizing eighty-eight churches and service buildings that used to be operating without a permit.
Egypt's Supreme State Security Prosecution ordered on Monday the detention of eight Muslim Brotherhood members for fifteen days pending investigations.
Egypt's Prosecutor-General Nabil Ahmed Sadek referred on Monday eleven defendants to an urgent trial in National Security Court on charges of espionage for the Islamic State terrorist group.
The article reports on the latest round of the campaign to eradicate FGM
Egypt's Media Production City (EMPC) launched on Sunday a new media centre in the Downtown Cairo area to serve all foreign media and correspondents.
In Al-Haraka al-tullabiyya fi al-jami’a al-Amrikiyya (The Student Movement in the American University [in Cairo]), published earlier this year, Taher El Moataz Bellah chronicles the creative potential, intelligent activism, and vibrant dissent within AUC’s student movement.
the announcement was postponed due to the objections of “sovereign entities” to the survey results, according to sources who spoke to Alborsa News.
Tarek El-Khouli, the secretary-general of the Egyptian parliament's foreign affairs committee, said in a statement on Monday that a telephone call between President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi and the new UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday is expected to lead to a tangible improvement in bilateral relations between the two countries.
Egypt, Jordan, and Iraq agreed on supporting Baghdad's efforts to eliminate remnants of terrorist organization Daesh, aiming for a secured and stable atmosphere for the return of all displaced citizens to their cities.
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi told the US’s Jared Kushner in Cairo on Thursday that he supports the creation of a Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, according to a statement.
Egyptian Minister of the Public Business Sector Hisham Tawfik has announced that Egypt is adopting a new strategy to restore its cotton industry to its place at the top of the global cotton market.
At least twenty people were killed and forty-seven wounded in a powerful blast in central Cairo on Sunday night after a car loaded with explosives blew up in front of the National Cancer Institute, according to the Interior Ministry.
Egypt's interior ministry said in a statement on Monday that a car involved in a deadly blast caused by a traffic collision in front of the National Cancer Institute in central Cairo carried explosives that were set to be used in a terror attack.
A popular Egyptian TV show has managed to raise seventy-one million Egyptian pounds to renovate the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Cairo, which was damaged in a terrorist bombing that took place in the vicinity on Sunday.
The article examines moments of transformation in writing about the 2011 revolution from the perspective of Egyptian novelists.
The Interior Ministry charged Hasm terrorist group, designated by the state as the armed wing of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group, with causing the car blast on Sunday near the Cairo-University affiliated National Cancer Institute
The article examines Sisi’s performance at the state-run youth forums.
Cairo Criminal Court ordered the seizure of funds of eighty-three defendants in the case known as “Amal coalition” over charges of planning to form a terrorist cell.
The crackdown of the Egyptian authorities on journalists and activists has dramatically worsened, leading to more repression and excess of violation of the rule of law.