May 16, 1916, is an important date because of the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the disasters that resulted from it that resulted in the division of the Arab region into several countries.
On March 2, many important events that changed the world map took place.
The Royal Jordanian (RJ) announced the suspension of all flights from/to London, effective December 21 until January 3, 2021, due to a new strain of the coronavirus detected in Britain, Petra reported Tuesday.
Covid’s new strain, which has been announced to be found in Britain is likely to exist in Egypt according to Mohamed al Nady, member of the scientific committee to confront Coronavirus at the Ministry of Health.
Margaret Keenan, a 90-year-old grandmother, on Tuesday became the first person in the world to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Chairman of the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce Ian Gray speaks about investment opportunities in Egypt, and the prospects of bilateral economic relations in the near future.
It is organized by the Egyptian British Business Association BEBA and the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce (EBCC) in cooperation with the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in the United Kingdom and the British International Trade Administration (DIT) in Egypt.
"The total trade volume between Egypt and Britain has steadily increased over the last few years and crossed the £2 billion in 2019."
“Spitting Image”, the defining British satirical show of the 1980s, roars back on screens on Saturday to lampoon a new generation of politicians, royals and celebrities in puppet form, led by Donald Trump, Boris Johnson and Prince Harry.
Cineworld, the world’s second-biggest cinema operator, will close all its screens in the United States, Britain and Ireland this week after studios pulled major releases such as the latest James Bond film, a person familiar with the situation said.
Britain’s Prince Harry and his American-born wife Meghan have signed an exclusive multiyear production deal with Netflix Inc.
Britons spent 40% of their waking day watching TV and online video at the height of the COVID-19 lockdown in April.
Battle of Britain flypast marks Vera Lynn funeral.
Vera Lynn, the singer who became a symbol of hope in Britain during World War Two and again during the coronavirus pandemic with her song “We’ll Meet Again”, died at the age of 103 on Thursday.
About one in five of Britain’s patients with COVID-19 caught the disease while in hospital, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported, citing papers by government scientists.
The prime minister’s announcement of his "first sketch of a road map" for restarting the economy and social lives in England was criticized as "vague" and "indecisive".
Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, the son of Britain’s Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan, celebrated his first birthday on Wednesday.
The foreign secretary said this did not represent "a sudden surge", as the figure includes deaths since 2 March, Sky news reported.
Britain’s stand-in leader resisted pressure on Sunday to explain how the government plans to ease a coronavirus lockdown that has been in place for a month.
Johnson said he owed his life to hospital staff, in his first comments since leaving intensive care for coronavirus treatment.