As more and more young couples are choosing to stay in the capital, this residential project, slated to be the biggest building in the world, is promoting itself as the ideal option for new home buyers.
Khalil also points out that other Arab countries in the region do not oppose a peaceful solution with Israel.
The study showed that living conditions improved noticeably for the families benefiting from the Karama and Takaful program.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has previously also noted that the rapid increase in population is also affecting the economic reforms, and are slowing them down.
Convening the Holy Synod and its elections on May 18, the Pope’s most trusted men have now occupied the highest positions in it.
A debate session held during the National Youth Conference capitalized on the stagnant position that political parties hold in Egypt and presented recommendations.
What the Q&A session signified in terms of internal policies was somewhat a new strategy for bringing the people and their president on closer terms.
Leading experts weigh in on the hairdressing business in Egypt; reflecting on what it takes to succeed and the industry’s pitfalls post-float.
A timeline spanning the beginning of the "Foreign Funding" case to date.
Spoilt votes are too often in Egyptian elections, why is this phenomenon happening too often in?
In light of the #MeToo movement sweeping the globe, we take an in-depth look at how Egyptians define sexual harassment and how differently it is perceived by men and women.
Showing statistics on women from diverse areas.
In celebration of International Women's Day, Egypt Today presents you with the latest statistics on women.
Having faced a situation recently where the Israeli government intended to implement a tax system on its holy grounds, the Church of Holy Sepulchre is one of a kind.
The florescent language and descriptions are definitely signature Garcia Marquez, but the characters aren’t.
A look into the Coptic Orthodox Church’s influence on the region, and the role it plays in politics.
Steel tycoon and politician Ahmed Ezz, known for his Mubarak-era corruption and embezzlement cases, is our spotlight guest.
We get inked for self-expression, to commemorate moments or events, to rise over loss and tragedy, or simply to remind ourselves of important things.
Zubeida, the woman claimed by the BBC to have disappeared, was actually married and with a newborn.
The SIS issued a statement focusing on some “shadows” or loopholes in Guerin’s narrative.