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On Thursday, the Center for the Development of International Student Education organized the annual closing ceremony of the activities of the institutes of Islamic Missions and the institutes of Arabic Language Education for non-Arabic speakers and the opening of an exhibition to introduce the...
Representative for the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Yemen ʿAlī Dahāq stated on Tuesday that available statistics show that the number of children being used in the conflict in Yemen over the past 10 years has risen to 75,000 in different regions.
  The students of the Learning Center at the Citadel of Qaitbay. Photo by Cornelis Hulsman   Sun, sea and blue sky   When the students of the Learning Center of the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) arrived in Alexandria on the morning of Friday, November 8, they could not but being...
The World Book Day is celebrated on April 23 every year in order to promote for reading and strengthen the cultural aspects of the book. Recognized by the UNESCO, this celebration is an opportunity to examine and review the proper methods of disseminating culture and making it available to all.
Miṣr University for Science and Technology (MUST) organized an extensive digital media training programme in Malaysia in cooperation with Limkokwing University of Creative Technology in Kuala Lumpur .
Dr. Muḥammad ʿUthmān Al Khasht, President of Cairo University, inaugurated the 25th International Scientific Conference organized by the University’s Faculty of Information under the title "Media Industry in the Light of Opportunities and Technological and Investment Challenges". The event was...
The NCW President Dr. Māyā Mursī received an Honorary PhD in Philosophy from the University of Jharkhand Rai in India for her effective role in the fields of empowering women and achieving gender equality.   
Father Rafīq Jarīsh, the spokesman of the Catholic Church in Egypt, said that the Catholic Church is well-known by its schools. There are 171 Catholic schools in Egypt, 38 of which in Upper Egypt.  
Female police first appeared in Egypt directly after the July 23, 1952 Revolution, and the first batch of female police officers that graduated from the police academy was one year later, in 1953. 
In his column this week journalist and writer Hānī Labīb reports that he recently viewed a post sent by Eng. Ṭāriq al-Malṭ in which he criticized that while the State is celebrating its complete financial and administrative takeover of the Muslim Brotherhood’s schools that are originally controlled...

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