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Eight people were killed and another 30 are recorded missing after floods swept over al-Zarāyib area of 15th May City on March 12. Shiḥātah Maqdis, a leader of the “zabaleen” [al-Zabbālīn], a community of garbage collectors, said that search and rescue operations are still ongoing to find the...
"Together for Egypt" Conference launched at Ain Shams University Conference Center in the presence of Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khālid ʿAbd al-Ghaffār on behalf of Prime Minister Muṣṭafā Madbūlī. Local Development Minister Maḥmūd Shʿarāwī, Minister of Youth and Sports...
Member of the Wafd Party higher committee ꞌIsām Shīhā said that the upcoming parliamentary elections under the current law will marginalize women and Copts alike. He added that he is skeptical the upcoming (parliamentary) elections would run impartially with regard to the political instability and...
Pope Tawadros, in his speech to mark the visit of President Adly Mansūr to the Cathedral, stressed that the visit would ‘send a beautiful message to the people’.      
 ‘Adil Labib, a local development minister, said that he was not convinced of appointing a woman as governor because many women are not qualified for such a job. Women living in rural regions in Egypt face many challenges because of the lack of education and social services available to them...
Al-Wafd discusses the unified law for building houses of worship.
The author describes the emotional and impressive homecoming of Pope Shenouda after his medical absence in the U.S. The author also discusses the many issues within Egypt and the church that the pope is now faced with addressing. These include several postponed rituals, decisions, and the review of...
The NCHR has proposed a unified law for houses of worship.
The re-allocation by the local governorate of a parcel of land purchased by the St. Marina Church has caused much controversy. This article discusses the details of the reallocation, as well as efforts by Coptic protesters to stop government construction of a road on this piece of land.
The article speaks about the problems facing Copts to get their supposedly official holidays. Some officials haggle with their Coptic employees over their self-evident right to a holiday. The author wondered until when official silence would persist on this issue.

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