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Marriage is no longer seen in the public awareness programmes and the media as a combination of two people working together to achieve their goal—which is a successful marriage. People forgot that marriage is an institution that only grows when the couple involved work hard on their relationship.
FM condemned Kismayo’s terrorist attack in Somalia which killed more than 26 people
What is more confusing is to see women justifying male harasser’s behaviour and blame female victims.
I tried hard to evade a commitment that I consider a national duty towards the armed forces’ victims who have lost parts of their bodies or will remain physically disabled for the rest of their lives. I felt that all words of sympathy and gratitude will not be a valuable reward for their sacrifices to …
The victim’s family has accused police of torturing him to death, while the official narrative says he was arrested at a brothel
The families of two Americans killed in a 2012 terror attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, claim that Hillary Clinton was responsible for their deaths. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time.
MP to notify the Ministry of Housing to form committee for an assessment of the building’s stability
Search for flight data recorder continues, say Egyptian head of investigative committee
Photos by Asmaa Gamal
Twenty-three body bags containing the remains of victims from EgyptAir flight MS804 arrived at Zenhom mortuary on Monday
Photos by Ahmed Al-Malky
The wildfire in Canada has destroyed the homes of thousands of people in Fort McMurray. Many have been evacuated to Calgary, where Syrian refugees are now stepping up to support the victims of the wildfire.
Video by Ahmed Hendawy and Asmaa Gamal Editing by Omar Korashi
11 journalists killed, 12 detained, four forced into exile in Egypt, says CPJ
Jordan will add both killed and injured Egyptians to compensation programme
Hundreds of thousands of street children are particularly at risk
Matariya would become a republic on its own, as it bore the brunt of the violence on 25 January
Militant group ‘State of Sinai’ claimed the most recent North Sinai attack that took place Thursday evening, targeting military and interior ministry facilities, in a Friday statement providing details about the implementation of the attack. High profile officials gathered at the Almaza military airport Friday to attend the funeral of a number of the deceased. Daily New Egypt documented some moments …
Numbers will not be announced, says military spokesman
Rape and sexual violence among reported ISIS crimes in Iraq
Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, former interior minister Habib Al-Adly, six close aides and fugitive businessman Hussein Salem also face court verdicts
Mo’awad Adel remains in a coma as a legal struggle for funding his treatment continues
Government will only change our strategy when it is convinced it is wrong, says the Prime Minister
Adel was assisting at a field hospital in Mohamed Mahmoud Street when he was shot in the head
A march held to commemorate victims of ‘Maspero massacre’ allegedly stopped by security forces from entering the square
Political movements call for trials of those responsible for the killings; protests and prayers organised
Association highlights faults of current government in dealing with victims.
Suez saw 17 protesters killed, 300 injured during 25 January Revolution