TOURISM

02 May 2016

Easter holidays push occupancy in Ain Sokhna to 90%

As Egypt marks Labour Day, Human Rights Watch has urged the Egyptian government to legalise independent trade unions and “end the decades-old single official union system.”


“Egypt’s"...

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02 May 2016

Remote controlled drone seized with Chinese passenger at Cairo Airport

A Chinese national is facing legal procedures after a remote controlled drone – an illegal product in Egypt – was confiscated from his luggage at Cairo International Airport, Youm7 reported Sunday.


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30 Apr 2016

Egypt’s independent film industry thriving

Egyptian independent film industry is thriving with the introduction of the Cinema Everywhere project.

The project aims to promote free independent film screenings to audiences in the north African country and the"...

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26 Apr 2016

Egypt tourism revenue down 66% in Q1 2016


Egypt netted just $500 million in tourism revenue in the first quarter of 2016, down from $1.5 billion a year earlier, a tourism ministry adviser told Reuters, highlighting the country's struggle to kickstart a key dollar-earning industry.
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25 Apr 2016

Egypt tourism sector to rebound in 2017: minister

Egypt's tourism sector is to rebound by the end of 2017, the country's new tourism minister told Gulf News on Sunday, despite ongoing concerns over security.


The Tourism Minister also said the Egyptian government is continuing to talk with Russian counterparts over resuming flights to Egypt. Russia cancelled all"......

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24 Apr 2016

A new discovery sheds light on ancient Egypt’s most successful female pharaoh

Hatshepsut was no ordinary Egyptian ruler. After her husband died, Hatshepsut didn’t just keep the “throne” warm for her stepson to come of age. She became a pharaoh in her own right, and in doing so, became one of ancient Egypt’s first female rulers. While there were likely two or three female pharaohs during the “dynastic”...

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23 Apr 2016

Feature: Cancer children in Egypt laugh off pains amid arts festival

"I like singing and drawing, I feel like a normal child today, and I would never surrender to cancer," said Hanan Mahmoud, a 12-year-old girl receiving her treatment at Cairo's "57357" Hospital.


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23 Apr 2016

Ballooning over Luxor, Egypt: Antiquities from the sky

They take off at first light, reinforced wicker baskets filled with people, heading into the skies over Luxor, Egypt.


Only from a balloon high in the sky, in the clear air of the early morning, can a visitor begin to grasp the beauty of antiquities on the ground in this one-time Egyptian capital known in ancient"......

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21 Apr 2016

Egypt keen to lure back tourists

Egypt is confident of luring back millions of foreign visitors and putting a smile on their faces, according to its new tourism minister, despite heavy first quarter losses and setbacks including a bomb that brought down a Russian passenger plane. Yehia Rashed said the ancient land of the pyramids and Red Sea resorts was determined to secure a strong recovery...

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