The Visegrád Group (V4) leaders have shown immense support for Egypt, adopting all of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s proposals and vowing to persuade the European Union to do the same.
All abandoned vehicles in Egypt will be towed without permission from owners in six months after the relevant draft law is passed by the House of Representatives.
An Egyptian-Cypriot summit in Cairo on Saturday represented a new leap in relations between the two Mediterranean countries, cementing an Eastern Mediterranean alliance.
Egypt’s House of Representatives approved 28 international agreements during the first session of the second legislative term, which all tackled infrastructure, SMEs, and governance aspects at roughly $1.1 billion in loans and $140.7 million in grants.
“What do we expect from the Security Council?... The answer is nothing. Then why are Egypt and Sudan there?... To do the right thing. We did everything and the world is watching," said talk show host Amr Adib.
The Ministry of Youth will adopt three initiatives that will be presented as prototypes by young Egyptian students who participated in the Nation Builders program sponsored by the U.S. embassy in Cairo.
The leaders of Egypt and Tunisia on Saturday emphasized “identical views” on regional issues, promising “wider horizons and new means of cooperation.”
Egypt’s Golden Parade has had strong ripples in the entire region of the Middle East and North Africa, reigniting national feelings in many countries in the area.
In mid-March, Photopia held the largest photo festival in the MENA region. Cairo Photo Week hosted dozens of workshops and exhibitions, connecting many photographers in the region. Egypt Today interviewed a group of prominent American photographers that the U.S. embassy in Cairo invited to the event and here are some of their best advice.
Photopia, a prominent photography school in Egypt, organized the largest photo festival in the Middle East and North Africa in Mid-March. We interviewed U.S. photographers invited by Photopia and the U.S. embassy to learn about their experience in Egypt as well as their advice.
Cairo Photo Week festival kicked off Thursday with the US and French ambassadors visiting the exhibitions organized by the Egypt-based photography hub Photopia.
It would be strange for a non-Egyptian that an area in Cairo called the Manor of Camel Jockeys had its name changed due to the notoriety of its original name. How did the Manor of Camel Jockeys get such a bad reputation, prompting the renaming into the City of Hope?
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi did not disappoint Egyptians insulted by the latest French cartoons when he held a joint Monday press conference with his counterpart. But a presser can only last for so long.
Presidents Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and Emmanuel Macron highlighted many aspects of agreement in a press conference in Paris Monday, while a few topics remain contested.
An old video of a stand up comedian making fun of the radio veterans at al-Quran al-Karim station that dates back to January resurfaced on social media, sparking outrage.
Hasm 2020 maneuver continued Saturday in the face of foreign threats coming from Libya, with the Egyptian chief of staff witnessing an amphibious drill in the Western Desert against atypical surface targets, different marine artillery fire was opened on hostile submarines in their areas of operation using depth charge antisubmarine warfare weapon, forcing them to escape without any threat to the marine formation.
The U.S. has reaffirmed its support for “a fair and equitable agreement that balances the interests” of Ethiopia and the two downstream nations, while the Arab League said the water security of Egypt and Sudan are integral to the Arab national security.
Online yoga booms as people practice social distancing, and virtual yoga might well continue to be popular after the lockdown.
Standard and Poor’s decision to maintain Egypt’s BB long and short term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings with a “stable outlook” on the future of the economy reflects international institutions’ confidence in the country’s ability to po
For the first time in 17 years, Egypt has applied the Natrun Valley monastery complex to the UNESCO World Heritage List in hopes it becomes the eighth site of the country's.