Walaa Mohamed Ali

What if we completely replace all drinks with water?

Sat, Sep. 16, 2017

Eight benefits of drinking water.

100 days of Qatar crisis

Tue, Sep. 12, 2017

Experts warn that Qatar crisis could continue until 2018 and beyond.

Qatar crisis: Why is it boycott not blockade

Sat, Aug. 12, 2017

The tiny Gulf emirate country Qatar, and its officials still call the Arab boycott over its support to terrorism a blockade, but it contradicts the status quo.

Gov't finalizes law that intensifies penalties for organ trade

Thu, May. 11, 2017

Egypt’s Minister of Health, Ahmed Emad, will submit the final version of a law that imposes harsher penalties on organ trade to the parliament.

Pharmacists to hold exclusivity to advertise medicines

Fri, May. 5, 2017

Egypt’s Ministry of Health has provided local pharmacists the exclusive right to advertise medicines in accordance with the Pharmacy Practice Law.

Foreign students not included in new residency law

Thu, May. 4, 2017

An amendment to the foreign residency law which requires a bank Certificate of Deposit does not apply to students, according to parliamentarian Yehia el-Kedwany

MP calls for harsher penalties for child rapists

Sat, Apr. 22, 2017

Member of Parliament, Hisham Wali, presented a draft law amending the criminal code to impose harsher imprisonments on child rapists, he said in a statement Saturday.

Egyptians wage boycott campaigns against price hike of commodities

Sun, Apr. 2, 2017

Certain food commodities’ prices surged over the past week amid the economic crisis that Egypt faces, pushing people across the country to declare boycott campaigns against merchants.