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Egypt unveils a treasure trove of ancient artifacts
Egyptian antiquities authorities on Monday put on display a set of 2,500-year-old artifacts recently unearthed at the famous Saqqara necropolis near Cairo.
How is Egypt preparing to host the COP27 climate conference this year?
COP27 will be held in November 2022 in the Red Sea resort city Sharm El-Sheikh.
Egypt's ancient 'zar' ritual puts exorcism on stage
At Cairo's Makan Cultural Centre, the Mazaher ensemble performs a lighter version of "zar", an music and dance ritual with centuries-old roots, that aims to ward off or exorcise jinn, or evil spirits.
Egypt is tackling rising sea levels with a mangrove revolution
COP27's host country is leading the way towards effective climate action by planting thousands of mangrove trees. But why are they important?
Tourist bus crash in Egypt kills at least ten
The bus collided with a truck near the city of Aswan in southern Egypt on Wednesday.
Ramadan: How is the month observed in the UAE, Egypt and Malaysia?
We explore Ramadan traditions in three very different countries: the UAE, Egypt and Malaysia.
4,600 year-old tombs discovered west of Cairo
Tombs believed to be 4,600 years old have been uncovered in Saqqara, west of Cairo, and are thought to be the burial places of leading figures in society.
This Egyptian researcher has built a brainwave-controlled wheelchair
As a child, Abdelrahman Omran was unable to walk until the age of 5. But the experience inspired the 24-year-old to create the device which he hopes will help others like him.
Ethiopia starts partial power generation from Blue Nile dam
The dam, which Ethiopia says is vital for its development, has been a source of tension with the other riparian states, Sudan and Egypt.
Senegalese celebrate first Africa Cup of Nations victory in Dakar
Thousands football fans in Senegal's capital Dakar celebrate the victory of the country's first Africa Cup of Nations title after Sunday's final against Egypt
Celebrations in Dakar as Senegal beat Egypt to claim first African Cup
Senegal won a penalty shootout 4-2 after the final in Yaoundé ended 0-0 after extra time, to claim their first Africa Cup of Nations title.
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Meet the woman who travels the world reporting from danger zones
In our latest episode of Women Beyond Borders, we talk to international correspondent and Euronews journalist Anelise Borges about the dangerous reality of reporting from conflict areas and warzones.
This unexpected solution could save the world's depleting corals
HEPCA, a group of conservationists, says buoys could change the future of our oceans.
This eco-artist builds cat shelters out of recycled car tyres
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Is Mohamed Salah the greatest African player of all time?
With the Africa Cup of Nations in full swing, we compare the Liverpool forward's numbers with some of the continent's greatest ever players.
France charges first person over 2004 Sharm el-Sheikh plane crash
Dozens of French tourists were killed when the Flash Airlines flight crashed off the Egyptian coast in January 2004.
Egyptian scientists 'digitally unwrap' mummy of Pharaoh Amenhotep I
The non-invasive research enabled scientists to reveal Amenhotep's face and work out his age and health at the time of his death.
Egyptian activist released from prison after nearly two years
He was arrested in February 2020, shortly after landing in Cairo on what was supposed to be a short visit home from Italy. His trial has been postponed until February next year.
Egypt responsible for murder of Giulio Regeni, says Italian commission
The report comes weeks after the murder trial of four Egyptian police officers was suspended.
Luxor`s `Sphinx Avenue` reopens after years of excavations and restorations
A ceremony to celebrate the completion of renovation work of an ancient road lined with hundreds of statues of sphinxes and rams in Luxor, southern Egypt, was held on Thursday.
Swarm of deadly scorpions hospitalises 500 people in Egypt
Three people have died and hundreds have been injured in the Nile Delta.
47 tourists hospitalised with food poisoning at popular Red Sea resort
An investigation is underway to determine how so many people contracted food poisoning in an Egyptian resort town.
El Gouna: A guide to the Egyptian town full of golden beaches
This small tourist town is getting more popular by the year.
The El Gouna Film Festival - An evolution of Arab Cinema
The 5th El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt showcased the best of Arab cinema whilst attracting international submissions and talent from across the globe.
That's a wrap for the 5th edition of El Gouna Film Festival
The festival ended with 'Feathers' and 'The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic' nabbing the top prizes.
How to build a new town in the desert
What does it take to build your own town? The Egyptian development company, Orascom, has written the playbook when it comes to giant construction projects in the middle east. They have given rise to a town from the desert, which has become a holiday hotspot.