The 1943 Cairo Conference That Shaped the Global Order Post World War 2

The 1943 Cairo Conference That Shaped the Global Order Post World War 2 Chiang, Roosevelt, and Churchill at the Cairo Conference, Egypt, Nov 1943 (Source: World War 2 Database) Near the Giza pyramids at the American Ambassador to Egypt’s residency, world leaders from the US, Britain and China met for the first time in …

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This Adventurer Is Swimming the Length of Egypt to Combat Plastic Pollution

This Adventurer Is Swimming the Length of Egypt to Combat Plastic Pollution Omar El Galla A couple of years ago, an Egyptian millennial with the unlikely name of Omar El Galla predictably quit his lucrative job in pursuit of entrepreneurial adventure. Fast forward to 2019, and this gambler is still taking risks, only this …

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Egypt Appoints New Prosecutor General Hamada El-Sawy

Egypt Appoints New Prosecutor General Hamada El-Sawy Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi speaking at a press conference. (i24 News) According to local news outlets, chancellor Hamada El-Sawy has been appointed as Egypt’s new prosecutor general, replacing Nabil Sadek who took on the role since 2015. The presidential decree was issued by Egyptian President Abdel …

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What Was The Life of A Russian Writer in Egypt? Review of ‘Anton Chekhov and the Lady With the Little Dog’

What Was The Life of A Russian Writer in Egypt? Review of ‘Anton Chekhov and the Lady With the Little Dog’ Port Said, Egypt, 1919 (Source: Australian War Memorial) When I first came to read the work of Anton Chekhov, I recognized that he held a quality that distinguished him from the many writers …

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Back in The Sky: Luxor’s Hot Air Balloon Suspension Lifted

Back in The Sky: Luxor’s Hot Air Balloon Suspension Lifted One of Luxor’s most beloved tourist attractions, the hot air balloon, has made a comeback to the antiquities-laden city with its first trip in 80 days taking place on Tuesday. The activity, which gives Luxor its familiar skyline punctuated by colorful activity, was suspended …

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Egypt Organizes First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

Egypt Organizes First International Conference on Artificial Intelligence Source: Al Bawaba In cooperation with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, inaugurated on Sunday morning the first international conference on Artificial Intelligence and Modern Information Technologies and its impact on the future of innovation …

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Egypt to Stop Burning Rice Straw for Better Air Quality

Egypt to Stop Burning Rice Straw for Better Air Quality A site of rice straw collection in Egypt’s Delta- press photo In a bid against air pollution, Egypt’s Ministry of Environment is now gathering rice straws to be used for “furniture manufacturing and animal fodder,” according to Egypt Today, instead of burning them. The …

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Tutankhamun Exhibition in Paris ‘Most Visited Event in French History’

Tutankhamun Exhibition in Paris ‘Most Visited Event in French History’ King Tutankhamun’s jewelry (photo: AFP) The King Tutankhamun exhibition at Paris’s Grande Halle La Villette broke the record as the most visited cultural event this year, with a turnout of more than 1.37 million visitors, according to Egypt’s Ambassador to Paris and its permanent …

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