Following the Farafra attack in Egypt’s New Valley last week, where 21 soldiers were killed in a military checkpoint, Aswat Masriya presents in-depth information on the incident.
Egypt's new president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has made a head start on tackling the country's economic problems, managing to introduce long-awaited subsidy reform without stirring popular unrest.
The Egyptian army launched a security crackdown on Tuesday night in several areas in North Sinai, killing two "extremists", the army spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday.
Egypt's economic ministers approve raising the subsidy for spinning companies (Private and state-run) to purchase abundant Egyptian cotton
Daylight saving time (DST) will be restored on Thursday July 31, announced the Egyptian cabinet.
The economist behind a plan to unlock at least $380 billion (222 billion pounds) worth of assets from Egypt's black market says President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi must first restore another asset that has depreciated over the years: the trust of a wary public.
Tribal leaders there say Sisi, former head of the army, urged them to help Egypt confront what could be a security nightmare for the biggest Arab nation: Islamist militants operating just over the frontier in Libya.
In the northwest corner of the Nile Delta, Ibrahim Sharaf Al-Dein fires up his diesel-powered pump next to a murky canal only to watch it spew out a yellowish froth.
In the Nile Delta province of Qalubiya, lifelong residents remember the days when lush farmland stretched as far as the eye could see.
Many Egyptians celebrated Sisi’s electoral victory in Tahrir Square upon its announcement, and posters, pictures and other Sisi iconography remain prevalent on the streets.
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