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13 Sep 2014

Egyptian heritage group raises concerns over Djoser pyramid restorations

Egypt's oldest pyramid may have been ruined by conservators, a group of heritage campaigners has warned.


The step-shaped pyramid of Djoser, a few miles south of the better-known pyramids of Giza,"......

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13 Sep 2014

Conscript shot dead near Suez: Egypt Army

Assailants open fire on an army checkpoint on the Cairo-Suez Road, killing a conscript and injuring three others Friday.

A Egyptian conscript was killed and three others injured when unidentified assailants opened fire on a security checkpoint on the Cairo-Suez Road, Egypt's military spokesman said Friday.

Brigadier General Mohamed Samir said...

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13 Sep 2014

Egypt's growth rate expected to reach 3.5% in Q4 FY 2013/14: Minister

Egypt’s economic growth rate is expected to reached 3.5 percent in the fourth quarter of the financial year 2013/14, compared to just 1 percent in the same period of the previous year, said Minister of Finance Hany Qadry in a statement released on Friday.

The growth rate during"...

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13 Sep 2014

Egypt signs deal with WB for $500m gas loan

Egypt has signed a $500 million loan with the World Bank (WB) to provide natural gas to Egyptian households, the government said in a statement.

The loan will help fund a Petroleum Ministry plan to connect 850,000 Egyptians, particularly in largely rural Upper Egypt, to a natural gas grid, Minister of International Cooperation Najla Ahwani said in the...

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13 Sep 2014

Egypt urged to free more than 20 demonstrators

Amnesty International called Friday for the release of more than 20 demonstrators including two prominent female activists detained in June for defying Egypt's controversial law on protests.


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13 Sep 2014

Egypt universities ban student political groups

Student movements still represent a thorn in the flesh of the political regime in Egypt, especially after the violent, bloody clashes between students and security forces that occurred at universities in 2013. This"......

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13 Sep 2014

Oman, Egypt ink MoU for patents

Dr Ali bin Masoud Al Sunaidi, minister of commerce and industry signed a Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) on the examination of patent applications with the Egyptian Patent Office (EGYPO), at the Al Bustan Palace Hotel on Thursday.

The Egyptian side was represented by Dr Mahmoud Mohamed"...

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13 Sep 2014

Egypt to host first corporate travel exhibition to boost tourism

Over the past three years, Egypt’s tourism revenue has plummeted to a mere five percent of what it was prior to the January 25th revolution in 2011. In 2010, Egypt’s tourism revenue accounted for £250 million (approx. EGP 2.5 billion), and in 2014, those numbers have fallen"...

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13 Sep 2014

Egypt: Sisi Discusses Undergraduate Education System Update

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi met Thursday with Higher Education Minister El-Sayed Abdel-Khaliq along with heads of state-owned and private universities and the acting head of Azhar University at the Presidential Palace in Heliopolis to discuss undergraduate studies update.


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13 Sep 2014

Ministry Of Interior Launches Hemayati Application on BlackBerry App World and Windows Phone Store

The Ministry of Interior launched the “Hemayati” Application on Blackberry App World and Windows Phone Store, to promote children safety and protection using the latest smart technologies. This measure follows the ministry’s recent success in providing the application on"...

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