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Egypt's exports to Nile basin countries hit $1.11b in 2017
Egypt's official statistics agency said that the country's exports to Nile basin countries reached 19.9 billion Egyptian pounds ($1.11 billion) in 2017 from 11.6 billion pounds in 2016.
Egypt shock claim: 'evidence is in evidence of our eyes' that pyramids were 'built by aliens'
Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza was built using ‘advanced high technology’ and the evidence is there for all to see, according to a bizarre documentary.
Work unveiled in Egypt captures Liverpool player’s trademark pose
A statue of Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been unveiled in his home country of Egypt, drawing unfavorable comparisons with the much-ridiculed bust of Ronaldo.
Egypt's non-oil business activity slows slightly in Oct
Egypt’s non-oil private-sector activity weakened slightly in October to reach its lowest level of 2018, a survey showed on Monday.
Russian-made fighter plane crashes in Egypt
A Russian-made MiG-29 fighter plane, belonging to the Egyptian Air Force (EAF), has crashed during a training flight in Egypt, with reports saying that the pilot has managed to eject and is currently in good condition.
Egypt economic reboot ‘on track’
Egypt’s government deserves credit for rebooting the economy and introducing difficult economic reforms — but there is still work to be done, analysts told Arab News.
Egypt seeks to weave cotton renaissance
Treading carefully among his sprawling green plants in the Nile Delta, Egyptian farmer Fatuh Khalifa fills his arms with fluffy white cotton picked by his workers.
Egypt looks to tap Asian debt markets under debt restructuring
Egypt is considering issuing bonds in currencies other than the euro and the US dollar after launching a roadshow in Asia, Finance Minister Mohamed Maait told Reuters on Saturday, as the government steps up efforts to improve its debt structure.
Egypt military court sentences 17 to death over church bombings
A military court in Egypt has given death sentences to 17 people for their involvement in three deadly church bombings in 2016 and 2017, which were claimed by the Daesh terrorist group.
52 suspected militants killed in Sinai, says Egypt army
Egyptian security forces have killed 52 suspected militants in the Sinai Peninsula in operations in which three soldiers also died, the army says.
Egypt forces kill Daesh leader, 15 militants in Sinai Peninsula
The Daesh Takfiri terrorist group has announced the death of one of its leaders in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula, where security forces also shot dead 15 militants in a separate encounter.
Egypt faces borrowing crunch as foreign debt market sours
After shying away from the international financial market, Egypt may well be forced by heavy funding needs to tap it just as turbulence pushes up rates, threatening to undermine its deficit-cutting ambitions.
Archeologists discover 'massive' ancient building in Egypt
Egyptian archeologists discovered a 'massive' ancient building in the town of Mit Rahina, 20 kilometers (12 miles), south of Cairo.
Egypt security forces kill nearly dozen militants in restive Sinai Peninsula
Egyptian security forces have killed at least 11 Takfiri militants in the Sinai Peninsula in an ongoing campaign to quash extremists in the restive region.
Egypt security forces kill 11 suspected terrorists in Sinai
Egyptian security forces killed 11 suspected terrorists in Sinai as they press a campaign against gunmen in the area, a security source said Monday.

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