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  • 20
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board The state’s genuine interest in fostering multi-faceted links with expatriates has over the past few years gained noticeable depth and significance. A few days…
  • 20
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board OPERATING a massive airlift of tens of thousands of pilgrims in the span of a few weeks is indeed a major operational success for…
  • 19
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board The government confused the public when it did not pave the way for the application of a property tax law, which had been shelved…
  • 18
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE Health Committee of the House of Deputies has drawn up a draft law to help combat overpopulation as part of the new family…
  • 17
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board President Abdel Fattah El Sisi recently said very firmly that the security and stability of Yemen were of the utmost importance ‘not only to…
  • 16
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board The trade war the US is launching against various countries under the slogan of "America First" is one aspect of current US policy. The…
  • 15
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board On the fifth anniversary of dismantling the Muslim Brotherhood's armed Rabaa and el-Nahda sit-ins, the Cairo Criminal Court sentenced the group's supreme guide Mohamed…
  • 14
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board NEXT generation transport is no longer a dream, or a science fiction take. On Thursday, July 19, the Chinese People’s Daily Online splashed the…
  • 13
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE New Assiut Barrages that President Sisi opened yesterday are one more giant national project that has been accomplished to advance the drive for…
  • 12
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board Why do people set aside the virtues of respect, decency and high-mindedness in their day-to-day dealings especially when they disagree? In recent years, society…
  • 11
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board At the close of the Thanaweya Amma (Secondary School Certificate) season, comes the application by students to various universities and the handling of complaints…
  • 10
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board The UAE Crown Prince, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, who is also the Supreme Commander of his country’s Armed Forces, visited Cairo this week.…
  • 09
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE signing of a peace deal between President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar should have brought well-deserved joy to the South Sudanese…
  • 08
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board The inability to bridge the gap between scientific research and its application has always been a major defect in government policies. There might have…