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Third Egyptian rate cut extends easing cycle, with more to come
Egypt cut its main interest rates by a full percentage point as the lowest inflation in almost a decade allowed the central bank’s third consecutive reduction to spur investment without dimming the allure of the world’s best carry trade.
Egyptian treasures on display in London exhibition
Treasures from the tomb of boy-king Tutankhamun is on show in London as part of what organizers say is their last world tour before they return to Egypt for good.
Ancient Egyptian jewelry uncovered in Indonesia
Residents of Ogan Komering Ilir in South Sumatra, Indonesia, uncovered precious jewelry on burned peatland in various locations in the regency.
Qatar says not issuing visas for Egyptian ‘enemies’
Qatar’s tourism chief says the country will not be issuing visas to its “enemies,” in reference to people from Egypt, which has stopped issuing travel documents to Qatari nationals and has, along with three other Arab governments, severed ties with Doha.
Egyptians vote in referendum aimed at extending Sisi's rule
Egyptians have begun voting in a three-day national referendum on constitutional amendments that would extend President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi's rule until 2030.
Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus to be opened on live TV
A team of archeologists and other specialists in Egypt plan to open a sarcophagus containing a 3,000-year-old mummy on Sunday as part of a live Discovery Channel special called "Expedition Unknown: Egypt Live".
Egyptian security forces kill seven militants in North Sinai: Military
Egyptian security forces have “eliminated” at least seven suspected members of a terror outfit affiliated to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in the restive North Sinai region during a counterterrorism operation, which also left 15 government forces either killed or wounded.
Egyptian forces kill 14 militants in Sinai Peninsula
Egyptian security forces have killed 14 suspected Takfiri terrorists in an exchange of fire in the country’s restive Sinai Peninsula amid an ongoing military campaign against the Daesh terrorist group.
Egyptian police kill two suspects in November attack on Coptic Christians
Egyptian police have killed two terror suspects purportedly linked to last month's deadly attack on a bus transporting Coptic Christians in the central province of Minya.
Egyptian court upholds death sentences for 9 people over assassinating top prosecutor
An Egyptian court has upheld death sentences for nine people convicted of murdering the African country’s state prosecutor Hisham Barakat in a car bombing three years ago.
Ancient Egyptian tombs yield rare tributes to cats and more
An Egyptian antiquities official said that archeologists had discovered seven Pharaonic Age tombs near the capital city of Cairo, holding dozens of cat mummies and an array of wooden carvings depicting various other animals.
Ancient Egyptian tombs yield rare find of mummified scarab beetles
Archaeologists in Egypt say they have discovered a rare collection of mummified scarab beetles, as well as an apparently pristine Fifth Dynasty tomb that they plan to open in the coming weeks.
Ancient Egyptian tomb of ‘morning secret keeper’ uncovered in Aswan
The tomb of a prominent statesman who lived in the era of the Fifth Pharaonic Dynasty has finally been opened, revealing the belongings of its owner, who worked as a royal supervisor.
Egypt to reduce public debt to 92% of GDP in FY 2018-19
Egyptian Finance Minister Mohamed Ma'it said the country will reduce its public debt to 92 percent of the GDP in the budget of the current fiscal year 2018-2019, state-run Ahram newspaper reported.
Egyptian students design car that runs on air
A group of Egyptian students designed a vehicle they said will battle rising energy prices and promote clean energy by running on nothing but air.

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