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  • May
By Amira Sayed The Health Committee recently announced its preliminary approval of some amendments to the clinical trials law to regulate clinical research here. The bill aims to put…
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  • May
By: Eddie Bower, The Guardian CAIRO, May 6, 2018 - The village where Mohamed Salah grew up is a cluster of red-brick houses threaded together by dusty unpaved streets…
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  • May
By Amr Emam There are 20,000 nurseries working in Egypt. Some are owned by the government. Another group, some of which are affiliated to NGOs, is owned by the…
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By Ashraf Sadek For years, a black and plain abbaya, or cloak, was the traditional dress code for any poor Egyptian woman when she went out. But now, ordinary…
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  • Apr
By A’laa Koddous Allah As you walk to work, or home from work, in the summer’s heat, you long for a glass of cold water. In the past, charitable…
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By Ahmed Kamel The Egyptian government is targeting economic growth of 5.8 per cent in the fiscal year 2018/19, which would be the highest rate in a decade. The…
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By Salwa Samir Sohag Governorate celebrated the opening of its national museum this month, when 25 years of intermittent work on the museum will be completed. Elham Salah, the…
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  • Apr
By Amira Sayed With Egypt's water hurdles growing and its water resources shrinking, the government has taken strict measures to deal with the water shortage. Bearing in mind that…
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By Amira Sayed Cairo, April 18, 2018 - On World Heritage Day, which falls on April 18 every year, climate change and its far-reaching impact on archaeological sites were…
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By Amira El Sayed Cairo, April 15, 2018 - A snapshot of some streets in Egypt can reveal barefoot people in worn clothes who take pavements as their homes.…