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  • 01
  • Aug
By the Gazette Editorial Board A train from Cairo heading to Aswan on Sunday derailed shortly before reaching its final destination. There were no deaths, but the accident, which…
  • 31
  • Jul
By the Mail Editorial Board THE convening of the sixth national youth conference in Cairo University’s main convention hall in the presence and under the auspices of President Abdel…
  • 30
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board PRESIDENT Sisi’s recent directives for the upgrading of public and educational hospitals directly reflect the state drive to advance the medical and health services…
  • 29
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Many scientists have recently warned that the heatwave that has struck different parts of the world this month and has been described as unprecedented…
  • 28
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board There are growing signs – generating optimism – that direct negotiations will take place sooner rather than later between the US and Iran over…
  • 27
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The elusive Houthi rebels disclosed to UN Special Envoy Martin Griffiths, who had been appointed to undertake the mission early this year, a "strong…
  • 26
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The recent inauguration of several mega power projects in the country must have lifted people’s hopes for the future and assured them that there…
  • 25
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The public is undoubtedly confused by the huge number of rumours which spread like wild fire via the social media on every aspect of…
  • 24
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board PRESIDENT Abdel Fattah El Sisi’s assertion of the special status of relations that bind Egypt and the Sudan is in fact a reflection of…
  • 23
  • Jul
 By the Gazette Editorial Board Today is the 66th anniversary of the July Revolution, the magnanimous event that fundamentally-reoriented political, economic, social and cultural life in Egypt in such…
  • 22
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board A number of armed Syrian opposition factions have signed a cease-fire agreement in Cairo. The deal, which will help silence guns and stop bloodshed…
  • 21
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Reducing poverty is one of the targets of the UN's new millennium strategy. Innumerable initiatives have been introduced to achieve this goal, the most…
  • 20
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The historic free trade deal that was recently signed by the European Union and Japan will not be the last in the attempt of…
  • 19
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Prices of fertilisers have recently risen dramatically due to the decrease in the quantities being provided by the factories to farmers via the Ministry…