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With just a couple weeks to go until the EU referendum, Britain’s Leave campaign is dominated by in-fighting. Samira Shackle reports from London.
It was love at first sight for me but the only thing that I know about him is that he’s from Egypt; says Martino
The four markets include the Gulf with Dubai at the forefront, London, the US, and South Africa
Sadiq Khan, a 45-year-old Labour lawmaker, is London’s first Muslim mayor. He beat his Conservative opponent Zac Goldsmith who had run a dirty campaign against him. Samira Shackle reports from the British capital.
The WADA will re-test samples from the two previous Summer Olympics to make sure no cheaters compete this year. They will use advancements in testing technology to weed out offenders.
Europe’s largest bank, HSBC, will keep its headquarters in London after a year of looking into whether it would not be better to move to Hong Kong. But even a looming Brexit couldn’t change the picture.
UK and Russia recently sent delegations to review security in Egyptian airports
Egyptian weightlifter Fatma Omar, 43, with the Egyptian weightlifting national team won the World Weightlifting Championship with a gold medal in the 61kg division in Dubai. Omar hit the record number 135.5. She left her studies to dedicate to sports and since 1997 she won receive several medals and achieved several records through national tournaments
Amid MB condemnation, Foreign Ministry says “report supports government’s position against their terrorist organisation”
UK air forces carry out second wave of airstrikes in Syria
“The three of us dreamt of a global Arab bookstore chain that can help shape a better generation in our region with real access to books and knowledge,” says founder
Muslim Brotherhood claims Al-Sisi might be arrested, says exper
The delegation left Egypt Tuesday and the visit is expected to last for a few days, according to the armed forces’ statement
Iranian and British embassies are due to be reopened in London and Tehran. The move comes almost four years since protesters ransacked the British ambassadorial residence in Tehran and burned the Union flag.
Sekhemka statue transportation date delayed to end ofAugust, whilst searches to locate Queen Nefertiti’s tomb still ongoing
Britain's economic growth picked up in the second quarter of the year, driven by robust service sector activity and industrial output. The strong expansion rate raises the odds of an interest rate hike this year. The UK's economy expanded by 0.7 percent between April and June after slowing to 0.3 percent in the prior quarter, the country's Office for National…
Being international gives you strength as you do not only cater for one kind of audience, says Ghaly
A formalised relationship between the Church of England and Al-Azhar was established following 9/11
London’s Globe Theatre performs Hamlet in Alexandria for one night only
Ministry plans to raise tourist flow from Western Europe to Luxor and Aswan through EGP 1,000 subsidy on EgyptAir flights from London and Paris
Egypt’s foreign minister also holds meetings with Saudi, British officials
Efforts have been stepped up to attract 1 million tourists from Britain this year through a presence in the World Travel Market
Beatrice Anita Phillips, who suffers from bi-polar, was taken to Cairo by older brother in April
‘Domestic Tourism II’ part of ‘Whose Gaze Is It Anyway?’- an exhibition looking at the history of Arab pop culture
Rashid Mohamed Rashid and his daughter, who were referred to criminal court in March, were facing charges of smuggling EGP 500m to Cyprus