In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on April 17.
This honoring comes within the framework of the fruitful cooperation between the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and Helwan University to benefit from the artistic and educational capabilities of the students.
Helwan University denied rumors on social media saying that it recorded more than 200 suspected cases of Coronavirus among students.
A fire broke out at a market in Greater Cairo’s Helwan district known for giving space to street vendors and destroyed a number of shops.
The Cairo criminal court adjourned to April 27 the retrial of eight defendants, embroiled in violence acts in Helwan neighborhood, southern Cairo.
Egyptian Minister of Social Solidarity Nevin al-Qabbaj directed the emergency teams of the Egyptian Red Crescent to provide assistance to dwellers of an area in Helwan, near Cairo, as seven people died when their houses collapsed due to bad weather.
The championship was organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports and was attended by 21 Egyptian universities.
Pope Twadros II of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark Diocese has praised craftsmen and their important role to achieve renaissance in the Egyptian state.
The court's decision includes Ibrahim Ismail and Adel Imam who were sentenced to death on Sunday by the court.
At least 4 persons have been killed and 26 more injured in a multiple-vehicle crash on the eastern desert road in Beni Sweif.
Crowded lines of commuters waiting for the metro at Marg metro station in Cairo are expected to shrink as the government plans to duplicate the 30-year old subway line by the end of this year.
Princess Khadija Palace will turn it into a cultural center and a religions civilization museum
As part of Egypt’s efforts to fight terrorism, several figures of terrorist groups have been included on Egypt's terrorist list because of their attempts to incite chaos across the country.
Egypt’s Ministry of Interior has arrested on Saturday two people in Cairo for selling and purchasing human organs via a group on social media.
The lawsuit comprises 32 defendants, accused of committing 19 crimes.
Egypt's High State Security Prosecution ordered the detention of defendant Ibrahim Ismail Mostafa for 15 days pending investigation.
Egyptians will celebrate The Coptic Christmas Eve as scheduled on 6 January, said the Egyptian Coptic Church Spokesperson Paul Halem.
Salah Megahed, the citizen who stepped in to attack the terrorist that attempted to blow up the church of Martyr Mina.
Interior ministry’s explosive experts in Cairo and Giza are carefully checking 420 churches in the two provinces.
Cairo Criminal Court sentenced a ‘Second Nasr city Terror Cell’ member to a seven-year rigorous imprisonment and five years of police surveillance.