The Public Authority for Ambulance of the Ministry of Health and Population inaugurated the first marine ambulance launch in Egypt to provide ambulance services to citizens via the sea.
The Mediterranean city of Alexandria is the first resort for Egyptians who want to spend the summer vacation.
Another is being prepared.
The plant will be the largest in the Middle East.
The 2050 plan of the Housing Ministry aims to raise the total product of desalinated water to about 6 million cubic meters per day during the next five years.
The remains of the submarine that went missing on Friday were found on Sunday.
Selehdar described the fake news as an "organized campaign" against her.
Turkey received earlier this week a direct hit in the Aegean Sea, and two indirect ones in Libya.
The first batch of Egyptian expats, stuck in Jordan and repatriated by sea, arrived on Monday in Nueiba Port, where they were received by Minister of Transportation.
Out of 15 seaports across the country, Alexandria Port is the gate of 40 percent of imports and exports and handles 157 million tons per annum.
Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives Aguila Saleh arrived in Cairo on Monday.
“Akademik Lomonosov” floating reactor will enter service by the end of this year.
The ad-hoc committee formed to examine the reasons behind the recent emergence of peculiar worms on Al Dekhela beach in Alexandria submitted its report.
There are 16 ecotourism attractions in Egypt that are identified in accordance with the criteria set by UNICEF and UNDP.
Desalination can be key to survival
In Japanese film 'Sea', guilt leads to revenge after sexual assault.
Sri Lanka on Wednesday promised to revoke a rogue bikini ban raising eyebrows at a popular seaside resort, as the authorities urged tourists to wear what they want at the beach.
Russia accused Britain's Royal Air Force of intercepting its military aircraft over the Black Sea in a dangerous fashion designed to provoke Moscow after the RAF made two such interceptions in a single week.
Global oceans are valued at $24 trillion and we need to save them.
Extreme sports might seem like a modern innovation for adrenaline junkies, but in the ancient Bosnian town of Mostar.