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  • Islamic State calls on Sinai terrorists to continue attacks

    The Islamic State (formally ISIL) has called on terrorists in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula to press ahead...

    Islamic State calls on Sinai terrorists to continue attacks
  • Islamic State issues call to arms, goads West into a fight

    The Islamic State has issued a statement urging its followers to attack citizens from countries that...

    Islamic State issues call to arms, goads West into a fight
  • UAE implements project for solar energy in Siwa

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is carrying out a solar energy project in Siwa, which will be finalis...

    UAE implements project for solar energy in Siwa
  • Israel’s Mossad recruits informants over the net

    Israel’s spy agency Mossad has launched an online campaign through which they are attempting to recr...

    Israel’s Mossad recruits informants over the net
  • Egypt launches tender to import fuel oil

    Egypt’s state-owned oil company has launched a tender to import hundreds of thousands of tonnes of f...

    Egypt launches tender to import fuel oil
  • 46th anniversay of the re-opening of Abu Simbel temple

    Some forty-six years ago the Abu Simbel temples in Nubia, southern Egypt were re-opened to visitors ...

    46th anniversay of the re-opening of Abu Simbel temple
Electricity minister heads to Vienna to attend IAEA meeting

Electricity minister heads to Vienna to attend IAEA meeting

On Sunday, Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker left Cairo to Vienna in Austria to head Egypt’s delegation to the 58th round of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) which starts on Monday and will run until... more...

France will not launch strikes against Islamic State in Syria

France will not launch strikes against Islamic State in Syria

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius has ruled out the possibility that France would launch airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria. France has already carried out airstrikes against the militant group in Iraq, making it the fir... more...

Egypt launches tender to import fuel oil

Egypt launches tender to import fuel oil

Egypt’s state-owned oil company has launched a tender to import hundreds of thousands of tonnes of fuel oil for delivery between October and December, according to tender documents seen by Reuters. Egyptian General Petroleum Corp (EGP... more...

Canadian oil company employees dress up as Batman to break world record

Canadian oil company employees dress up as Batman to break world record

Have you ever seen lots of people dressed up as Batman, all together in the same place at the same time? It happened in Canada, where 542 employees at Nexen, a Canadian oil and gas company, gathered in a park in Calgary dressed as Batman an... more...

46th anniversay of the re-opening of Abu Simbel temple

46th anniversay of the re-opening of Abu Simbel temple

Some forty-six years ago the Abu Simbel temples in Nubia, southern Egypt were re-opened to visitors after they were moved to higher ground. This initiative was spearheaded by UNESCO, with a multi-national team of archaeologists. The temples... 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...

Turkish coffee: An elixir for body and soul

Turkish coffee: An elixir for body and soul

In Egypt, Egyptians call their coffee ”Turkish coffee”, just as they dub their locally manufactured yellow cheese ”Greek cheese” (gibna rumi). And while they acknowledge the foreign origins of both their coffee and c... more...