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In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on January 25.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir currently displays the head of King Senusret III at the main entrance as the artifact of the month, to shed light on the legal system in ancient Egypt.
The project – worth LE500 million – covers 1,500 villages housing 50-55 million dwellers, who compose half of the Egyptian population.
Policemen were joyfully meeting citizens on the streets, offering them and their children roses and candies in celebration of the 68th anniversary of the National Police Day.
The day January 25 marks multiple important incidents that Egypt has witnessed over the past 70 years.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on Thursday has praised the sacrifices made by police personnel on January 25th, 1952, when 50 policemen were killed in the north-eastern city of Ismailia by the British colonization, saying it would remain in the me
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi laid a wreath on Thursday at the Memorial of Police Martyrs in the headquarters of the Police Academy, to celebrate the 68th anniversary of the Egyptian Police Day.
After being released, the inmates would be under the Ministry’s department of subsequent supervision, which monitors the released prisons’ attitude after being re-integrated into the society
“A Martyr’s life” is a new documentary expected to be released on the anniversary of January 25 revolution and Police Day.
The Defense Ministry said that joint patrols will deploy to deal with any attempt to break the law.
Sisi on Wednesday laid a wreath at the Memorial of Police Martyrs in the headquarters of the Police Academy.
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior granted inmates one exceptional visit on the occasion of the 67th Police Day on January 25.
The cabinet under Moustafa Madbouli approved on Thursday a presidential decree pardoning some prisoners on the occasion of the anniversary of Police Day.
Egypt's Prison Service usually holds several meetings and committees to determine the prisoners' entitlement to get a presidential pardon.
Egyptian swimmer will help placing the Egyptian flag on the surface of the Nile River on Saturday, as part of the National Police Day celebrations.
The reason January 25 is Police Day in Egypt dates back to 1952 when 50 policemen were killed and 80 were wounded in Ismailia by the British colonization.
The Brotherhood, along with other Islamist forces, voiced their intention of forcing Sharia law upon Egyptians on July 29, 2011
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi expressed his appreciation for the courage of policemen and their long-standing sacrifices.
Interior Ministry holds a grand ceremony on Wednesday in the new Police Academy in New Cairo.