The RMS Titanic, the largest passenger ship in the early 1900s, sank on April 14, 1912.
More than 100 excavations have begun along 134 miles of the HS2 high-speed rail route being built between London and Birmingham as part of a £900m project.
A series of leaked phone calls by leaders of the group has been dubbed “the war of leaks” in the Egyptian media, signaling a form of “vengeance” between the Islamist group’s clans.
Egypt's Council of Ministers agreed to hold the exhibition in four international cities.
On September 2, many important events took place.
The painting has not been seen in public since it was shown at the National Portrait Gallery in 2012.
On June 27, many important events took place.
On June 3, many important events took place.
Sotheby's International Auction House in London, sold a statue entitled “The Man and the Fish”, by the late artist Adam Hanin, in an auction titled "20th Century Art / Middle East".
Egypt's government cherishes every single part of its heritage and works diligently to bring back home any artifact that has gone out of the country illegally.
Egypt’s political parties’ Youth Coordination Committee (CPYP) signed a cooperation protocol Saturday with the leading London-based insurance company Willis Towers Watson, to develop Egyptian youth cadres.
Christie's International Auction House in London is preparing to present the "Antiques" auction, which includes a large number of Egyptian and Roman antiquities for sale.
Patty Jenkins’ new “Wonder Woman” movie has been delayed three times during the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the director is sounding the alarm that movie-going itself is under real threat.
Acting Guide of Muslim Brotherhood Ibrahim Mounir who is residing in London revealed huge divisions within the group.
Notting Hill Carnival, a highlight of the British summer, may have been cancelled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but a couple of colourful individuals on Monday were determined to bring some festival spirit to west London’s quiet streets.
Britons spent 40% of their waking day watching TV and online video at the height of the COVID-19 lockdown in April.
Dame Minouche Shafik is the director of London School of Economics (LSE).
A 9-tonne sculpture of a giant swirl of whipped cream with a cherry on top, as well as a fly and a drone, was unveiled on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth in London on Thursday.
The exhibition was visited by a total of 1,423,170 visitors during a time span of six months beginning March 23, 2019.
Mashat stressed the Egyptian government's keenness to continue its structural reforms in the coming period.