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With just a knife, brush and pencil, Ibrahim Belal creates miniature sculptures of the most prominent Pharaonic and Egyptian landmarks.
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President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's office said she had been a role model for Egyptian women and granted her a national award posthumously.
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Suez Canal authorities have released the Ever Given shipping vessel that blocked the crucial east-west waterway for nearly a week in March.
Giulio Regeni: Italy awaits court hearing on student's murder case
Italy is investigating four high-ranking Egyptian security officials in the 2016 kidnapping, torture and killing of an Italian student doing doctoral research in Cairo.
Egyptian mediators trying to firm up Israel-Hamas cease-fire
Palestinians in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip beginning to assess the damage from 11 days of intense Israeli bombardment.
Egyptian authorities impound Suez Canal vessel amid financial dispute
Egyptian authorities have impounded a massive cargo vessel that blocked the Suez Canal last month amid a financial dispute with its owner, the canal chief said.
Fuel tanker's crash with a bus kills 20 in Egypt
20 people have been killed and 3 injured in a road accident involving a fuel tanker and bus in southern Egypt.
Uncovering lost Egyptian city 'the most important discovery' since King Tut's tomb
Archaeologists have found the largest ancient city ever discovered in Egypt, dating back more than 3000 years, just prior to the reign of the most famous pharoah, Tutankhamun. Dubbed 'The Rise of Aten', the city was found during excavation works near the southern city of Luxor.
Train driver's negligence caused deadly Egypt crash, prosecutors say
Prosecutors allege the driver and his assistant were not in the train's cabin when it collided with another passenger train in Egypt last month.
National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation opens fully to the public
Visitors browse exhibits at Egypt's new National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation (NMEC) in the Fustat district of Old Cairo, after the museum opened fully to the public.
Suez Canal clears backlog of ships 5 days after Ever Given dislodged
The last 61 ships stranded by the grounding of a massive container vessel passed the canal on both sides on Saturday.
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Ever Given: 'Lessons need to be drawn to improve safety,' says expert
It's not clear when normal traffic will resume as at least 367 vessels, carrying everything from crude oil to cattle, have backed up as they wait to traverse the canal.
Eight people arrested in Egypt over deadly train crash
At least 18 people died after two trains collided on Friday in the southern province of Sohag.
At least 18 people killed in building collapse in Cairo
It was not immediately clear what caused the building's collapse in the Egyptian capital.
Suez Canal remains blocked amid efforts to free stuck vessel
The Ever Given, a Panama-flagged ship that carries cargo between Asia and Europe, ran aground Tuesday in the narrow canal that runs between Africa and the Sinai Peninsula.
More than 200 ships are now waiting to get through the Suez Canal
Experts warn that moving the Ever Given could take over a week.
At least 18 people die as two trains collide in southern Egypt
Egypt’s Railway Authorities issued another statement saying the accident happened when someone activated the emergency brakes of a passenger train.
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Suez Canal: Owner of wedged container ship apologises
12% of global trade passes through the canal and older channels have been opened to try to deal with the backlog of traffic. It is thought that a gust of wind caused the ship to get stuck.
Former press officer for Angela Merkel convicted of spying for Egypt
Federal prosecutors said he had begun spying in July 2010 on instructions from the Egyptian embassy in Berlin.
Egyptians rejected asylum in Sweden and fearing persecution back home
A number of Egyptian asylum seekers - some facing life imprisonment in Egypt - are making a last-ditch attempt to avoid deportation following decisions made by Sweden’s asylum agency.
Shipwreck near Alexandria kills at least nine people
Rescue workers in Egypt were still searching for at least five people missing after a boat sank in Lake Mariut near Alexandria on Monday night.
Egypt builds 36km wall around tourist resort of Sharm el-Sheikh
The Red Sea resort has built a new security wall following a drop in tourism due to terrorist attacks.
Family of murdered academic complain over Italy selling arms to Egypt
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Italian president demands response from Egypt over Giulio Regeni death
On the fifth anniversary of the 28-year-old student's disappearance, Italian President Sergio Mattarella said he is expecting "full cooperation" from Cairo.