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  • NSA and GCHQ implicated in stealth malware targeting EU

    On Sunday, tech security company Symantec detected Regin, a highly sophisticated computer virus that...

    NSA and GCHQ implicated in stealth malware targeting EU
  • ‘Echoes II’ exhibition at the AUC

    An exhibition entitled “Echoes II: Photographs from the Collection” will be held by The Photogra...

    ‘Echoes II’ exhibition at the AUC
  • Building collapses in Egypt’s Matariya killing 15

    At least 15 people were killed when an eight-story building collapsed early Tuesday morning in the w...

    Building collapses in Egypt’s Matariya killing 15
  • Ferguson cop not indicted, protests sweep US cities

    The St. Louis grand jury made a not so grand decision after announcing that it will not indict white...

    Ferguson cop not indicted, protests sweep US cities
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  • Harankash: Egypt’s Golden Berry, Nature’s Gift In a Gossamer Shroud

    If there were a fruit that conjures ethereal visions of golden foliage in autumn, then that would be...

    Harankash: Egypt’s Golden Berry, Nature’s Gift In a Gossamer Shroud
145 Muslim Brotherhood members arrested for rioting

145 Muslim Brotherhood members arrested for rioting

Security forces have arrested 145 suspected members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in several governorates. The arrests came as Islamist protests cropped up in several parts of the country as part of a so-called “Islamic revolutio... more...

Israeli Arabs stamp Facebook photos with ‘second-class citizen’

Israeli Arabs stamp Facebook photos with ‘second-class citizen’...

Hundreds of Israeli Arabs have stamped their Facebook profile photos with “second–class citizen” in Hebrew to protest a proposed law that defines Israel as a Jewish state, Haaretz newspaper reported. The protest campaign was launched ... more...

Egypt expects 25% savings on fuel subsidies due to cheaper oil

Egypt expects 25% savings on fuel subsidies due to cheaper oil

A top oil ministry official said on Thursday that Egypt expects to spend 25 percent less than budgeted on fuel subsidies this fiscal year due to a fall in crude oil prices, Reuters reported. The government has introduced a series of reforms... more...

Egyptian Amina Ashraf nominated for Miss World 2014

Egyptian Amina Ashraf nominated for Miss World 2014

Egyptian beauty Amina Ashraf has been nominated to compete for Miss World 2014 pageant which will be held on 14 December in London. The nineteen-year old Amina was named Miss World Egypt during the beauty pageant competition ‘Gamalek Ya M... more...

Get closer to the Great Sphinx after long years of restoration

Get closer to the Great Sphinx after long years of restoration

On Sunday evening, Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab, Minister of Antiquities Mamdouh Al-Damati, and Minister of Tourism Hisham Zaazou officially inaugurated three of the Giza Plateau monuments after three years of restoration. The restored mon... more...

Minister: Green tourism is no longer luxury

Minister: Green tourism is no longer luxury

Minister of Tourism Hisham Zaazou said on Sunday that ‘green tourism’ is no longer a luxury, but a pressing must. In his speech during the inauguration of a workshop on green tourism Zaazou said the Finance Ministry has approved... more...

Sahlab (Salep): An Exotic Egyptian Winter Drink

Sahlab (Salep): An Exotic Egyptian Winter Drink

On cold winter nights, the warmth exudes from Cairo’s street-side cafes. People gather to talk and play backgammon while sipping on hot beverages. Amongst these is the drink known as sahlab. Warm and creamy, sahlab is milk to which ha... more...