Aya Samir

Will surveillance cameras impose discipline in schools?

Mon, Sep. 10, 2018

Several parliamentarians have recently demanded the Ministry of Education to install surveillance cameras inside classrooms to monitor the students' behaviors.

‘A Fantastic Woman’: Living, loving boldly without remorse

Wed, Aug. 22, 2018

“A Fantastic Woman” is a story of a self-asserting and defiant transgender woman who fights to feel accepted as a “woman” who has the right to love and be loved.

Nine people injured in vehicles blast in Giza

Mon, Aug. 6, 2018

The ministry of Interior announced that it has launched an investigation to uncover the reason behind the explosion.

New monitoring system for climate change impacts on Egypt's shores

Tue, Jun. 19, 2018

A new detection system to monitor the impact of climate change on Egypt's shores is going to be established.

Hasm, Lewaa al-Thawra based on takfiri ideas: investigations

Tue, Jun. 19, 2018

Members of both of “Hasm” and “Lewaa al-Thawra” terrorist movements revealed during the investigations to be intellectually trained to combat the countries' regimes and governments.

Egypt’s legislature: Over 90 years of political deliberations

Sat, Jun. 2, 2018

Get to know the Egyptian Parliament’s history which will host President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s swearing-in ceremony on Saturday

118 artifacts seized in Italy found during Illegal excavations: official

Fri, May. 25, 2018

Head of the Egyptian Antiquities Ministry’s Repatriation Department said that the 118 Egyptian artifacts seized last March in Naples are likely to be found during Illegal excavations.

Trump's allies encourage him to withdraw from Iran’s deal: Officials

Thu, May. 10, 2018

The United States' allies including the Middle Eastern countries and France encouraged Trump to pursue his decision.