The Egyptian national dialogue, initiated end of April by president Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, will kick off during the first week of July and will be led by the head of the Journalists’ Syndicate Diayaa Rashwan, local news outlets reported on Wednesday, citing a statement by the dialogue’s administration.
The Sinai Foundation for Human Rights revealed in a report published on Monday the continuing deteri…
Egyptian children are being recruited to fight for pro-government militias in the North Sinai where …
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In early June, Russia’s state-owned atomic energy company, Rosatom, announced the start of production of equipment for the Egyptian nuclear power plant in Dabaa, northwest of Cairo.
The administration of Egypt’s national dialogue announced on Wednesday that it will hold its first sessions of national political dialogue during the first week of July, Al-Ahram Online reported.
In a move to tighten its grasp on much-needed wheat stocks from farmers, the Supply Ministry took new steps on Saturday to enact legal penalties against farmers underselling their crop to the government.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly asserted on Monday the importance of service and development projects, carried out by the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces in all governorates.
The aunt of imprisoned Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel-Fattah has accused Egyptian authorities of intending to let him to “die”, in a series of tweets posted onto social media on Tuesday.