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  • Scotland votes ‘No’ to independence

    In a historic referendum the voters decided by 55.4 per cent to remain part of Britain

    Scotland votes ‘No’ to independence
  • Eight Ebola health workers killed in Guinea

    Eight members of a health team warning people of the risks of Ebola have been killed in Guinea

    Eight Ebola health workers killed in Guinea
  • New Suez Canal project will assist in Sinai development

    Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) Mohab Mamish said that the new Suez Canal project would s...

    New Suez Canal project will assist in Sinai development
  • Egypt’s President orders development of poorest villages

    Government launches an initiative aimed at combating poverty in the country

    Egypt’s President orders development of poorest villages
  • Ancient Egyptian artworks trace ecological collapse over 6,000 years

    Depictions of animals in ancient Egyptian artefacts helped scientists record the large mammals livin...

    Ancient Egyptian artworks trace ecological collapse over 6,000 years
  • The glorious grandeur of the magnificient Al-Montazah palace

    In this heaven-on-earth, swimming pools for the king were built inside the sea, which still exist to...

    The glorious grandeur of the magnificient Al-Montazah palace
Egyptian hits world record for deepest scuba dive

Egyptian hits world record for deepest scuba dive

Guinness World Records officials say an Egyptian diver in the Red Sea has broken the record for the deepest scuba dive. Judge Talal Omar confirmed the record on Friday by Ahmed Gamal Gabr at a depth of 332.35 meters (1,090 feet) in the divi... more...

Barzani makes plea for assistance as Kurds flee to Turkey from Syria

Barzani makes plea for assistance as Kurds flee to Turkey from Syria

Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani has called for the international community to intervene as Islamic State militants besieged the northern Syrian city of Kobani, forcing thousands of the area’s Kurdish residents to flee for neighbouring T... more...

Trade Minister: Egypt, Belarus to form committee to study joint investment of tractors

Trade Minister: Egypt, Belarus to form committee to study joint investment of tractors

Minister of Trade and Industry Mounir Fakhri Abdel-Nour announced that a joint Egyptian-Belarusian committee has been formed to conduct economic studies on the chances of establishing joint investments in the manufacture of agricultural tra... more...

Actor Liam Neeson, U2 frontman Bono to script movie together

Actor Liam Neeson, U2 frontman Bono to script movie together

Actor Liam Neeson has revealed that he is teaming up with Bono to write a movie. The long-term friends Bono and the ‘Schindler’s List’ star have decided to share a new pursuit by teaming up for a creative project: a movie about Irish ... more...

Ancient Egyptian artworks trace ecological collapse over 6,000 years

Ancient Egyptian artworks trace ecological collapse over 6,000 years

Depictions of animals in ancient Egyptian artefacts have helped scientists assemble a detailed record of the large mammals that lived in the Nile Valley over the past 6,000 years. A new analysis of this record shows that species extinctions... more...

Top five destinations for a perfect late summer getaway to Sinai

Top five destinations for a perfect late summer getaway to Sinai

The perfect season to enjoy Sinai’s beauty starts now with many activities to do and so much nature to see and bond with. 1- Ras Sudr Ras Sudr is a remote, relatively underdeveloped Red Sea town, only two hours away from Cairo. It is ... more...

‘In my garden’: Making jam from dates

‘In my garden’: Making jam from dates

In a corner of my garden stands the tallest palm tree in the village of Mohandes in Daqahleya. It was planted seventy years ago by my grandfather and ever since, has yielded its dates every September. When they are ripe, the dates are brigh... more...