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Meet Nouf Alosaimi: the woman reaching new depths in travel
In 2008, Nouf Alosaimi made the life changing decision to do a recreational scuba dive while on holiday in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.
How are political cartoonists in the MENA region drawing attention to social issues?
The lot of political cartoonists in the Middle East & North Africa region is not an easy one.
Germany indicts suspected Egyptian spy in Angela Merkel's press team
Germany has indicted a suspected German-Egyptian spy working in Chancellor's Angela Merkel's press service.
Egypt discovers 2,500-year-old tomb containing at least 100 mummies
It the latest in a series of discoveries in the same area of the country south of the capital, Cairo.
How is the ancient art of Egyptian puppetry making a comeback?
The art of puppetry in Egypt dates back to ancient times and the rule of the Pharaohs.
Eight killed after peacekeeping force's helicopter crashes in Egypt
Two Europeans among eight killed after peacekeeping force's helicopter crashes in Egypt.
El Gouna Film Festival supports MENA films during global pandemic
Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, the 4thedition of the El Gouna Film Festival went ahead this October, along Egypt’s Red Sea’s coast.
Egyptian actress & activist Menna Shalaby launches initiative to support female filmmakers
Attending this year’s El Gouna Film Festival was celebrated Egyptian actress & women’s rights activist, Menna Shalaby.
Film about Bosnia takes top prize at El Gouna Film Festival
The nine-day event is the first film festival in the Middle East to take place amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
How can we stop 200,000 tonnes of plastic polluting the Mediterranean?
A new report from IUCN highlights the scale of the plastic problem in the Mediterranean.
El Gouna Film Festival opens in Egypt despite COVID-19
The festival will screen 65 films, including 11 world premieres, and feature multiple workshops and panels.
Egypt’s fight to preserve coral reefs in the Red Sea
How one tourist hotspot banned single-use plastic.
The return of traditional camel racing to Egypt's Sinai desert
Camel racing is a popular traditional sport in many Arab countries and for the Bedouins of the South Sinai desert, its an important way of keeping a traditional heritage alive
An interview with Muslim women’s rights advocate Manal Rostom
Euronews speaks to activist and athlete Manal Rostom about the community she has founded called 'Surviving Hijab' - which now counts almost a million people among its members.
How is nuclear energy preserving Egypt’s past & enhancing medicine's future?
The International Atomic Energy Agency was founded in 1957 with the goal of promoting the peaceful global use of nuclear energy.
Egypt reopens pyramids after coronavirus shutdown
They were reopened for the first time in more than three months.
How are Middle East celebrities driving digital solidarity amid COVID-19?
Communities across the Middle East and North Africa are exploring ways to counter the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic together, through social solidarity.
Violinist serenades neighbours from balcony amid coronavirus lockdown
Meet the Egyptian who decided to try and lift spirits in his Cairo neighbourhood by serenading neighbours with his violin.
Messages of support for health workers displayed on Egyptian pyramid
Authorities in Egypt lit up the pyramids on Monday night in an expression of support for health workers battling the coronavirus outbreak. 'Stay home, Stay safe, Thank you to those keeping us safe', read the message emblazoned on the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Hosni Mubarak, former ruler of Egypt, dead at 91
Mubarak was overthrown in the 2011 Arab Spring but later acquitted of charges relating to his role in the deaths of anti-government protesters.
German arms sales on record niveau in 2019
Germany made 7.95bn euros in arms sales in 2019.
US halts sending sniffer dogs to Egypt and Jordan over care concerns
It comes after a US government report uncovered several preventable deaths of its bomb-sniffing dogs in Egypt and Jordan.
Prosecutor says Egypt of deliberately hiding cause of PhD's death
The 28-year-old researcher was found dead in a ditch by the side of the road in Cairo in February 2016
Egyptian man builds eco-friendly home using only recycled material
Taymour El-Hadidi collected concrete blocks, red bricks and glass bottles to build his environmentally conscious home.
Changing Egypt's economic perspective
Sokhna World port in Egypt is a free economic and trade area that is on a mission to boost foreign investments
Egypt unveils biggest ancient coffin find in over a century
The wooden coffins with mummies inside were discovered in two layers, and were all exceptionally painted and preserved. The coffins will undergo restoration before being moved to a showroom at the Grand Egyptian Museum.