Sunni scholars who left Afghanistan hope Islam’s tolerant message survives Taliban
The 1,000 year-old institution had opened a mission in Kabul in 2007, promoting what its clerics describe as Islam’s peaceful tradition in a country where guerrillas have used religion as a ...
Israeli prime minister visits Egypt in first official trip for a decade
Bennett, the head of a far-right party who took office in June, was invited to visit by Sisi last month and the two were due to meet in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on the southern tip of ...
Egyptair to operate regular Dhaka-Cairo flights from 1 Nov
Egyptair, the state-owned flag carrier of Egypt, has announced to launch its direct regular flights from Dhaka to Cairo from 1 November
HRW calls for Egypt sanctions over ‘extrajudicial executions’
The group Human Rights Watch accused Egypt on Tuesday of routinely killing opponents in “unlawful extrajudicial executions” made to look like shootouts and urged international sanctions against Cairo
Heat wave shrivels mango crop for Egypt’s farmers
A sudden heat wave swept the province of Ismailia, which borders the Suez Canal, in early winter and then again in late March, and those hot days and cool nights have disrupted the fruit’s development
Argentina suffer 2-0 loss to Australia
France's Olympic men's soccer campaign got off to a disastrous start when they were thrashed 4-1 by Mexico while Argentina suffered a shock 2-0 loss to Australia as the group stage kicked off on ...
Archaeologists unearth lost Egyptian city
Archaeologists hailed Thursday the discovery of “the largest” ancient city found in Egypt, buried under sand for millenia, which experts said was one of the most important finds since unearthing ...