Samar Samir

Egypt holds on to water rights amid ‘critical situation’

Thu, Jun. 21, 2018

Climate change impacts could force five million people to be displaced from the Delta if the solutions and mitigation strategies are not heeded.

TEDA-Suez zone provides 40K job opportunities: Chinese Consul

Sat, Jun. 9, 2018

It has been agreed that Alexandria governorate will buy 15 eco-friendly buses from China, Xu Nanshan said.

Sisi to nation: Education, health, culture 'priority' in 2nd term

Sat, Jun. 2, 2018

Egyptians, I pledge to dedicate myself for you and for keeping Egypt’s superior status in the world […] long live Egypt, long live Egypt, long live Egypt,” Sisi concluded his speech.

Could sweet potato bread curb Egypt’s wheat needs?

Sun, May. 13, 2018

The new loaf contains 10 percent barley, 10-15 percent broken rice, 35 percent coarse wheat flour and 35 percent sweet potatoes.

Sisi to Egyptians: I pledge to keep serving the nation

Mon, Apr. 2, 2018

“With complete honesty, I pledge to keep my promise with you and to dedicate myself to spare no efforts for our great nation,” Sisi said on Monday.

Is Egypt's LE 500 fine for non-voters applicable?

Wed, Mar. 28, 2018

The NEA stated that applying the punishment is a must, as it is a matter of principle for respect of law.

Are national IDs preventing Egyptian expats from voting?

Thu, Mar. 15, 2018

A total of 9,000 expatriates are ineligible to vote due to their unspecified residential addresses in Egypt; however, Makaram expected the number is more.

For better Arab-Turkey ties: UAE FM puts how-to-guide for Ankara

Sat, Mar. 10, 2018

UAE Foreign Minister’s comments could be another direct message to the Turkish government to change its policy in the region.