Samar Samir

Egypt’s annual water share declines by 5 billion cubic meter: Ministry

Sun, Jul. 28, 2019

The Nile flow has been affected by the decreasing rate of annual rainwater, which is coming from the Ethiopian Highlands.

Tourists’ cup of tea

Tue, Jul. 9, 2019

Driving north for 30 minutes, you arrive at Kawah Putih (White Crater) where you can enjoy a panoramic view of turquoise evaporating crater water, surrounded by the green mountains surrounding the tea plantation.

Has time come for taking action on climate change politically?

Fri, Jun. 28, 2019

According to NASA’s latest data on climate change, the carbon dioxide has currently reached 411 parts per million and the Arctic ice melts by 12.8 percent per decade.

Tit-for-tat remarks between Egypt, Turkey on Morsi’s death

Thu, Jun. 20, 2019

“Erdoğan’s behavior, his consistent engagement in futile quarrels, and constant fabrications all reflect a desire to deflect attention from his domestic transgressions and to serve electoral purposes,” Egypt said.

Egyptians gnash their teeth after sour price of lemon

Sun, Jun. 9, 2019

Climate change affected lemon trees during the flowering and bloom time between late February and Early March.

In Pics: 5K Indonesians celebrate Eid al-Fitr at embassy in Cairo

Thu, Jun. 6, 2019

A total of 5,000 Indonesian people, including students who study at Al Azhar University, celebrated Eid al-Fitr at the embassy headquarters downtown Cairo.

Indonesian business delegation to visit Egypt on Sept. 15-16

Wed, Jun. 5, 2019

The delegation of the Indonesian Local Business Associate includes businesspersons from many fields.

Al Azhar Sheikh: western media doesn't dare accuse Christianity, Judaism of terrorism

Sun, Jun. 2, 2019

Neither a historian nor a Muslim writer dared to utter one word that distorts Christianity or Judaism as it is forbidden by Islam, al-Tayeb said.