Three weeks ago, he and his family were tested positive for the disease and quarantined in al-Agoza hospital, in Giza.
The council pleaded with all members of the syndicate and fellow journalists to donate and transfer money to the balance.
The Supreme Council for Media Regulation set on Sept. 29 a penalty of LE 250,000 for journalists and media workers who violate the code of media honor.
Titled “Media Information Literacy and Sustainable Development,” the Alexandria Media Forum explored means of supporting critical thinking among media practitioners and consumers in a sustainable way by creating thoroughly fact-checked and credible conten
Diaa Rashwan was elected Chairman of the Syndicate of Journalists in the elections held on Friday.
"Erdogan's recent remarks on Egypt and its political leadership reflect his hatred and show his continuous willingness to embrace terrorist group of the Brotherhood"
Egyptian and Saudi journalists called for promoting media cooperation to face the various kinds of challenges in the Arab world.
Heikal condemned the attack on journalists, saying it was "the sword" that broke the camel's back.
Home to a population of close to half a billion people, the Mediterranean region is deemed one of the most water-scarce areas in the world.
French President Emmanuel Macron will go ahead with plans to move the presidential press room away from the Elysee palace.
Only students and the disabled would enjoy that advantage.
A judge in Myanmar declared on Wednesday that a witness who said two Reuters reporters accused of possessing state secrets were framed by police was credible.
Condemnation poured in from across the world Tuesday after 10 journalists were among dozens killed in attacks in Afghanistan.
SIS released a statement on Monday saying that coordination with foreign media outlets and reporters registered to cover the presidential poll is in full swing.
A Turkish court on Friday sentenced six journalists, including two prominent brothers, to life in jail for aiding plotters of a 2016 failed coup
Turkish authorities on Friday ordered the detention of 13 people for supporting the national medical association online, the newspaper Hurriyet reported.
Turkish penal courts decided to keep two jailed journalists in detention, state-run news agency Anadolu said on Thursday.
The controversial trial of staff from Turkey’s main opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet (Republic) accused of terrorist links resumed Monday.
The National Council for Childhood and Motherhood recently launched a popular campaign to build and enforce legislation combating child marriage.
The Junior Journalists front, belonging to the Press Syndicate, is organizing an undated public rally at the syndicate’s headquarters.