Unwanted in Denmark: If you can’t be deported, you’d better be isolatedWed, Jan. 30, 2019
Denmark is introducing new restrictions on refugees and asylum seekers, including relocating “unwanted migrants” to a deserted island.
Promise of a Home: Egypt tackles crisis of homeless childrenMon, Jul. 2, 2018
Two years into Egypt’s first comprehensive program to tackle a long-standing phenomenon of homeless children in the gloomy streets, Egypt Today closely shadows the project’s components in the streets and behind the walls of its institutions.
Your guide to a healthy, guilt-free RamadanSat, May. 19, 2018
Dr. Cherifa Aboul Fettouh shares with us all her secrets to remain fit and healthy throughout the holy month.
Street smarts: A look into Egypt's food carts businessTue, May. 15, 2018
Egypt Today assesses Egypt’s first law set to regulate a decades-old dilemma and takes you on a quick tour of pioneering food cart project “Share’ Masr.”
et special coverage: Special Olympics MENA Regional GamesSun, Apr. 8, 2018
Egypt Today joined the Egyptian delegation to the 9th regional Special Olympics games in Abu Dhabi, and we got back with enlightment, awareness and a mission to “include.”
IX Special Olympics MENA Games kick off in dazzling ceremonySun, Mar. 18, 2018
Over 1,000 athletes from 32 countries held high their national flags as they entered the opening ceremony of the 9th Special Olympics Middle East/North Africa regional games in a dazzling parade on Saturday.
Get to know them: MENA athletes in IX Special Olympics Regional GamesWed, Mar. 14, 2018
As we are approaching the 9th regional Special Olympics Games, we are sharing five inspirational stories of MENA athletes taking part in the upcoming games.
Officials, public figures support Special Olympics athletes for IX MENA GamesTue, Mar. 13, 2018
Youth and Sports Minister Khaled Abdel Aziz, football player Tamer Bagato and representative of Cairo Governorate expressed their support for the Egyptian delegation in a press conference on Tuesday.