Former Egyptian Minister of Health Dr. Ahmed Emad El-Din Rady passed away Monday at the age of 67, as a result of a heart attack.
The death toll was announced after the end of the search operations carried out by the civil protection units following the collapse of the four-story building.
Death toll in a train crash that took place in Greater Cairo’s Qalyoub city has risen to four, Ministry of Health said in a statement early on Wednesday.
In a statement on Tuesday, the prosecution said it found no signs of violence in the apartment where Telfah resided in Giza governorate.
The judge’s co-defendant was also sentenced to death, the court added, saying that the first convict intended to get rid of Gamal because she was threatening him by disclosing his secrets. He asked the second convict to murder her for a sum of money.
During her meeting with the Grand Imam, the Queen had indicated that the world strongly relies on religious leaders to enhance world peace and stability.
A bus crashed into a truck in Upper Egypt’s Minya during the past hours, killing six people and injuring 22 others, according to local reports on Friday morning.
Rady added in remarks to TEN T.V. that President Sisi affirmed Egypt’s firm position in giving priority to the language of dialogue and having a peaceful path in solving the crisis.
On July 3, the Cypriot Interior Minister Nicos Nouris said that four Egyptian nationals were found killed in forest fires close to Odou, a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus Reuters reported.
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The UAE Ministry of Presidential Affairs has mourned to the UAE people, Arab and Islamic nations and the world the death of President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The ministry clarified that the death toll among Egyptians is one, and that is a young man called Mohamed Said Ibrahim.
On its official Facebook page, the Foreign Ministry offered its sincere condolences to the family of the late diplomat.
Gebali was the first-ever woman to assume one of the highest judicial positions in Egypt’s history. She was born on 20 November 1950. She graduated from the faculty of Law at Al-Mansoura University in 1973. She was known for her opposition to the banned group of the Muslim Brotherhood.
A state of shock and sadness blanketed social media in Egypt after two warrior women, Asmaa Mostafa and Salma el-Zarqa, died Monday after a long battle with Cancer.
It claimed the lives of at least 304 people and injured more than 1,800 others. Besides, it devastated hundreds of homes. The country braces for another natural threat of “Tropical Storm Grace” that would occur in the coming few days.
The Cabinet mourned with deep sorrow the death of former housing minister Hasaballah el Kafrawy, who passed away earlier in the day.
However, if 20 percent of the population is vaccinated beforehand, the death rate can drop by 88 percent during the fourth wave.
A huge fire broke out in 20 caravans allocated for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) patients in the Imam Hussein Teaching Hospital on Monday, claiming the lives of 92 people and injured dozens.