The Egyptian Journalists Syndicate condemned Wednesday the killing of Palestinian Journalist Sherine Abou Akala by the Israeli occupation.
Such access is a right granted by the country’s freedom of information (FoI) laws, which is in practice being undermined, as indicated by the letter.
Egypt's National Press Authority under Abdul-Sadiq Al-Shorbagy on Saturday mourned the death of the Renowned political researcher Hani Raslan, who was announced dead.
There are 1,200 foreign reporters in Egypt who are all “dear colleagues and are not enemies or spies,” head of the State Information Service (SIS) Diaa Rashwan said Monday in a meeting at the parliament.
Shoukry described the event as a "key opportunity for exchanging views on the major foreign political files and issues with a group of opinion leaders and media persons."
Madbouli showcased that many terrorist groups used social media to propagate their discourse.
Journalist Ahmed Gamal Ziada has been ordered release on bail after he was apprehended on arrival from Tunisia January 29.
The National Press Authority earlier pointed out that the meeting comes within an aim to preserve the long history of Egyptian press.
Those who do not obtain a license within six months will be considered illegal.
Local and international media widely highlighted President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s recent visit to Bahrain, China and Uzbekistan.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli issued a decision Thursday to establish a media center affiliated with the Cabinet
Head of the Egyptian Press Syndicate and Chairman of Al-Ahram, Abdel Mohsen Salama, confirmed that there is a possibility that prices of national newspapers will increase.
The Parliament is set to pass a law to regulate media and press.
The United States had approved a grant for a media company started by a Palestinian journalist who died by Israeli fire while covering protests
Some believe the surrounding environment is the source of inspiration for great photos. Others believe the hard work photographers put into taking their pictures is what makes a photo great.
The portals of all Egyptian national newspapers will undergo a makeover to ensure better communications with citizens, especially Egyptians abroad.
All states combating terrorism around the world are still developing strategies to contend with terrorism including strategies on press access to combat areas.
4 main journalism, media institutions will be in charge of preparing a list of reporters due to cover the upcoming presidential elections.
Vodafone Egypt apologized for its latest advertising campaign featuring Abla Fahita after holding a meeting with Makram Mohamed, head of the Supreme Media Council.
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail issued on Monday a decision to implement the executive regulation of the law on press and media.