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  • 19
  • Aug
Hagar Saeed Doaa Mabrouk, 35, remembers the good old days when she used to watch with much excitement, an old TV show for children called "Mama Nagwa", when she…
  • 18
  • Aug
MECCA, Saudi Arabia, August 18, 2018 - Hisham Mostafa briefly forgot the war in Syria and his financial worries as he looked upon Islam's holiest sites for the first…
  • 12
  • Aug
Amira Sayed Is it permissible to remove parts from a dead person’s body without the consent of his family? A complaint against Qasr El Ayni Hospital over this issue…
  • 11
  • Aug
By Amr EmamCivil servants warmly welcome a suggestion of the government to reduce working days to four from the current five. They say the reduction would help them make…
  • 11
  • Aug
By Ahmed Kamel Egypt's automotive market is picking up and sales have taken an uptrend since the beginning of the year. Car sales jumped 54.1 per cent to 15,526…
  • 10
  • Aug
By Wael SalemFor some time now, the weather across the country has been very changeable, varying between being extremely cold and wet to being very hot, with sandstorms. This…
  • 09
  • Aug
By Hagar Saeed Many sociologists have recently called for providing marriage preparation courses for young people planning to get married in order for them to learn positive patterns in…
  • 05
  • Aug
By Amira Sayed A new challenge, involving dancing beside slow-moving cars, has recently become trendy worldwide, with numerous videos being uploaded via the social media. The so-called Kiki Dance…
  • 30
  • Jul
By Amira Sayed Social media over the past few days have been flooded by numerous posts concerning a UK decision to grant asylum to Egyptian women. Why? Because they…
  • 17
  • Jul
By Amira Sayed Favouritism and nepotism in all their forms have always been the key hurdles facing administrative reform, paving the way for administrative corruption. The so-called "inheritance" of…