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  • Jul
By Amira Sayed Recent local and international reports have revealed the remarkable fact that young people's preference for public sector jobs after graduation has drastically changed and large numbers…
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By Amira Sayed: Public opinion has recently had a look back in time to 2012 as Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court, headed by Chancellor Ahmed Abul Azm, issued on May…
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CAIRO, June 10, 2018 (News Wires) - Encircled by expectant cheers of Egyptian fans, Mohamed Salah appeared at the Pharaohs' final pre-World Cup training session and kindled hopes he…
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 By Amira Sayed: As the FIFA World Cup matches of 2018 near their start, Egyptians wait impatiently to watch their beloved team compete in this international competition from which…
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By: Salwa Samir The “Cairo Cycling Geckos” are using the gecko as a symbol for their team, because of their skill at negotiating narrow alleyways, dodging zig-zagging tok-toks, piles…
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TANTA (Egypt), May 29, 2018 (News Wires) - Deep in Egypt’s Nile Delta region, the children of Nagrig village have a clear goal in life: they want to become…
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  • May
By Amira Sayed Will quinoa, the “Mother of all grain” for the ancient Andean civilisation of the Incas (The first civilisation of south America) become something of the sort…
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By Amira Sayed The first things people think of when they hear the word "Nubia" are the colourful houses overlooking the Nile, the delightful dioramas of local Nubian folklore…
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By Amr Emam: Rising air travel costs to Saudi Arabia are bringing a lot of business to local companies that arrange overland travel from thousands of Muslims who plan…
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By: Salwa SamirCAIRO, May 15, 2018 - Farafra Oasis is in Egypt's western desert, some 627 kilometres from Cairo. The oasis and its surrounding area of white desert are…