Minister of Health and Population Khaled Abdel-Ghaffar responded to reports claiming that the mysterious disease outbreak in a village at Qena Governorate, Upper Egypt is the coronavirus.
Egyptian security services revealed on Wednesday details of a massacre that took place in the Upper Egypt village of Abu Hizam, Qena Governorate, where 17 victims were either killed or wounded.
House of Representatives hopeful Ashraf Aboul Fadl has survived after a being shot at by a group of unidentified assailants in Egypt’s Qena Governorate, according to a report from El Youm news outlet.
Egypt’s Ministry of Health’s Undersecretary and head of the Qena Health Directorate, Ragy Tawadros, announced that 61 people in Upper Egypt’s city of Nag Hammadi suffered from asphyxiation due to chlorine gas exposure, after a leak in the Naga Hammadi Barrage released the gas.
Security forces killed on Tuesday two “extremely dangerous” criminal suspects in a shootout in Qena in Upper Egypt, Egypt’s Interior Ministry said on Tuesday.
The agricultural road between Aswan and Luxor was cut-off for part of Saturday night when a number of residents from Semari village blockaded it in protest at the police allegedly torturing to death a male from the village.
Five suspects escaped from al-Waqf police station in north Qena on Thursday morning, after they had broken the iron window of the prison cell. The three of the five suspects hailed from Deshna and two from Waqf.
The Interior Ministry Thursday launched a security operation to arrest elements of a terrorist hotbed in the Qena governorate, resulting in the killing of a police major and three militants, including Eid Hussain Soliman — one of the perpetrators of the Minya bus attack in May.
I’ve written before about this subject, but there is something that prompts me to ask these questions again. Are all those who criticise the regime considered opponents of the government? Are all those who are opponents of the government put in a box and dubbed “Muslim Brotherhood”? Do we consider …
Eighteen year old Egyptian Fatma* got married to a Jordanian rich man in the hope of a better life. On going back to his country, she was shocked by the reality that faced her. She found that she was one of the newlyweds who are used for begging, prostitution, or …