Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has officially signed up for Meta's newly launched application, Threads
The name of this queen was revealed for the first time in history.
Musk made the remarks in a statement included in the press release announcing the $44 billion deal to buy Twitter.
"Twitter has extraordinary potential. I will unlock it," Musk said in a letter to Twitter's board on Wednesday, which was made public in a regulatory filing on Thursday.
Over 352K Tweets shared around Egypt’s Pharaohs
At the end of each year, Twitter highlights the key conversations which took place on the platform throughout the year.
Yasmine Sabry, Ahmed Helmy, Nabil El Halafawy, Mohamed Ramadan, Youssef El Sherif are most mentioned celebrities in 2021
Twitter has labeled a tweet for Ethiopian Prime Minster Abiy Ahmed as “abusive behavior”, shortly after deleting a post for the same reason from Facebook after urging citizens to “bury” the rebel Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) in Tigray.
Tipping feature, which is now called Tips, is an easy way to support the incredible voices on the service. This is a first step for the platform to create new ways for people to receive and show support on Twitter – with money.
In parallel, Twitter launched a campaign titled #FeminineArabic (أتحدث_بالمؤنث#) in partnership with organizations and brands across the region
Twitter presents ’Arabic Feminine’,a new language setting on Twitter.com.
Twitter relaunches verification process with new approach.
Twitter brings the ability to host a Space to all accounts with 600 or more followers.
Over 10 million Tweets about Ramadan in the lead up to the holy month
Twitter highlights the top entertainment-related conversations in Egypt in 2020:
In the narration, the man embodying Bonaparte’s character said that the French leader is the one who deciphered Rosetta Stone.
Reasons behind Hachalu Hundessa's death are reportedly being investigated by local police authorities.
In the footage posted on Likee, she offered girls and women the chance to “work from home and earn around £2,025 to £2,430 for making live videos and talking to strangers.”
The investigation was prompted by a lawsuit filed by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs filed a lawsuit against him for insulting the Arab Republic of Egypt using the name of Kuwait on his Twitter account.