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23 Mar 2017

Egypt, Sudan schedule talks after disputed territory escalation

Egypt and Sudan are scheduled to hold discussions in Khartoum in April, Egypt's Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday, two days after Sudan made moves on disputed territory on the Egypt-Sudan border.

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23 Mar 2017

EasyJet sets out how new UK government flight ban on devices will affect its passengers

EasyJet has become the first UK airline to lay out how the UK government's new cabin baggage ban on devices will impact on customers.

From today, passengers on EasyJet flights from Turkey and Egypt to the UK must put large electronic devices, including e-readers, in the hold. Phones, laptops and tablets larger than 16cm in"......

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23 Mar 2017

Egypt to raise visa entry fees

Egypt approved raising the fees for 6-month multiple entry visa from US$25 to US$60, Egypt's Tourism Minister Yahya Rashed said during a press conference on Tuesday.

In its meeting yesterday, the Cabinet decided the price of tourist single entry visa"......

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23 Mar 2017

Egyptian parliament to discuss government request to increase metro fare

Egypt's parliamentary committee for transportation wil discuss on Wednesday a government request from last year that Cairo metro ticket prices be increased, Al-Ahram Arabic website reported.

Several MPs announced their opposition to the proposal, fearing a social backlash.

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22 Mar 2017

ISS Today: Egypt renews its commitment to Africa

Speaking at Cairo University last month, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres described Egypt as a pillar of “multilateralism in today's world.

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22 Mar 2017

Sudan, Egypt FMs to meet in April to contain “muffled crisis”

Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour and his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shukry will meet in Khartoum in the first half of April in an attempt to contain a muffled crisis between the two countries.

Tensions between Khartoum and Cairo have escalated following the former’s"...

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22 Mar 2017

6 archeological missions to resume underwater excavations in Egypt

Six local and international excavation missions have obtained the necessary approvals to resume their underwater archeological excavations for antiquities along the shores of Alexandria and Red Sea governorates, according to the"...

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22 Mar 2017

Egypt’s parliament may pass new investment law in 10 days: MP

The Egyptian parliament is expected to approved the long-awaited new investment law between one week and ten days, said head of the economic committee Aly El-Gohary said Tuesday.

The new law will focus on the diversification"...

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22 Mar 2017

$100M in ancient artifacts shipped from Egypt and Turkey to the U.S. in 2016

About $50 million worth of artifacts and antiques were shipped from both Egypt and Turkey to the United States in 2016 — the highest annual value from each of those countries in at least 20 years, according to U.S. Census Bureau documents.

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21 Mar 2017

Forget ISIS, Egypt's Population Boom Is its Biggest Threat

Mohsen Samir Mohammed never wanted more than four kids, but as his cousins and brothers living down the block in Ezbet Khairallah, one of Cairo’s poorest and most densely populated districts, welcomed son after son—and even insulted his manhood—the amiable 35-year-old started"...

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