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Omar Samra has marked a new international achievement and earned a ticket in the last stage of AXE ApolloSpace Competition in Orlando in the USA. Samra is the only Egyptian and Arab to secure a place to travel to space on a flight with international space agency, Space Expedition Corporation. “I’m very excited with this new achievement, […]

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The Egyptian Ministry of Culture will celebrate United Nations Arabic Language Day on 18 December. The Ministry made a comprehensive and diverse plan to commemorate the occasion, including many seminars, lectures, meetings, poetry recitals, art workshops, calligraphy exhibitions, and other cultural events around the country. The General Egyptian Book Organization is also holding a seminar […]

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Warm Red Sea waters and guaranteed sunshine along with fabulous value diving offers from Emperor Divers makes 2014 THE year to dive, dive, dive! Good-value promotions on day diving, packages and liveaboards range from 5 January to 31 March with prices starting at £114 for three days’ boat diving in Marsa Alam or just £76 […]

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Prince Alwaleed Satisfied With Egypt’s Return to Stability His Royal Highness Visits Egypt in a Private Vacation HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, Chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC) and Chairman of Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, concluded his private visit in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Prince Alwaleed expressed his satisfaction with the current […]

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The Egyptian government will not allow lands in the Sinai specifically allocated to locals to be sold or traded to other parties, the Minister of Agriculture announced Friday, in an effort to encourage local development and ownership in the peninsula. Through national projects, 170 thousand acres in the Sinai would be given to residents in […]

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Museum, which will be home to some 7,000 artefacts from prehistoric to modern times, enters second phase of construction, which will include completion of the museum’s interior and exhibition facilities Within the framework of a plan by Egypt’s Ministry of State for Antiquities to build national museums in locations around the country with a view […]

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A professor from American University in Cairo says discovery of prostate cancer in a 2,200-year-old mummy indicates the disease was caused by genetics, not environment. The genetics-environment question is key to understanding cancer. AUC professor Salima Ikram, a member of the team that studied the mummy in Portugal for two years, said Sunday the mummy […]

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