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The Tahyā Misr or 'Long Live Egypt' fund (account no. 306306) will launch a program to support factories that are facing difficulties in their operations in terms of donations, announced Executive Director Muhammad `Ashmāwī on Thursday.
Fifteen Sudanese men were arrested Monday at Wādi al-Jemāl reserve (Camels Valley) in Marsa `Allam for illegal gold exploration, ONA News Agency reported today.
Egyptian President `Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi swore in a new government on Saturday, a week after the previous administration resigned following a corruption scandal and less than a month prior to parliamentary elections, the first since 2012.
During the first annual conference of the Egyptian Foundation for Refugee Rights under the title “The roles and responsibilities of refugees in Egypt”, Head of the Association of Egyptian Female Lawyers, Rābha Fathī, gave a speech on how her Association helps female Syrian refugees by giving them...
I participated this week in a meeting to which I was invited by friend novelist Dr. 'Azzah Kāmil, Director of Appropriate Communication Techniques for Development Organization [ACT]. The meeting’s title was “Towards Effective Strategies for Combating Violence and Trafficking of Women and Girls”. Dr...
The number of the martyrs in the attacks on the Egyptian border rose to 7 yesterday (September 10). 'Imad 'Abd al-Malak died of his injuries in Kobri al-Qoba hospital. He was wounded during the bombardment of a car, and four of his colleagues were also taken to hospital. He underwent surgery, but ...
Copts opened a side of the Kornish Street which leads to Tahrir square; this side has been closed since the beginning of the protest.
Al-Jama’a al-Islamiya decided to form a political party to run in the next parliamentary election. “But we won’t field a candidate in the presidential elections,” announced Abdel Akhar Hammad, head of the group’s elections committee. http://www.almasryalyoum.com/en/node/449006
Grand Shaykh of the Azhar Ahmad el-Tayīb meets on 3 May 2011 in his office in Cairo a Muslim Brotherhood delegation, media sources reported on May 2.
Here is the second episode in a dreadful series of events that appear to have no end in sight. We had thought that the 25 January revolution would open a new chapter in the relations between Muslims and Copts—given their obvious solidarity and sympathy all through the 18-day uprising.


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