UN considers rejecting Trump Jerusalem decision

Egypt circulates draft text reversing any legal effect of Jerusalemís change in status but US veto expected to block measure despite widespread support.

Egypt opens Rafah crossing for four days

Egyptís rising bank deposits offer little help to investment climate

Middle-class Egypt adapts as costs soar

Pence to visit Middle East despite controversy

Erdogan urges world to recognise Jerusalem as Palestinian capital

US opinion views Muslims and Arabs more favourably but political affiliation makes a difference

Putin to meet with Sisi in Cairo

Egypt revives controversial desert capital project

Protests sweep Muslim world over Jerusalem

World condemns Trump Jerusalem announcement

Hamas leaders calls for new Palestinian uprising against Israel

Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital

As Egypt enters election season, calls grow for political parties to unite

Shafiq will reconsider presidential election bid

Is lack of economic freedom holding the Arab world back?

UAE 'deporting' Ahmed Shafiq to Cairo

Shafiq more nuisance than threat as Sisi seeks second term

Ex Egypt PM Shafiq to challenge Sisi in 2018 election

IS silent as sympathizers condemn mosque attack

Sisi orders military chief to secure Sinai in three months

IS warned Egypt mosque before massacre

Syrian government to join peace talks under certain conditions

Egypt police kill 11 suspected terrorists

Egypt economy likely to remain unshaken by Sinai attack

EU-Africa summit overcast by Libya slavery furore

Turkey holds day of mourning for Egypt mosque victims

New Islamic alliance to combat terrorism

Egypt opens Mideastís largest fish farm as it seeks food self-sufficiency

Egyptís Sufis plan celebration despite mosque massacre

Arab quartet expands terrorism blacklist

Egypt mourns 305 victims of Sinai mosque attack

At least 235 killed in Egypt mosque attack

Liverpool star backs Egypt women's rights campaign

Egypt police kill 3 Islamists in shootout

Egypt PM heads to Germany for medical treatment

Egypt destroys 10 SUVs carrying arms on Libya border

Egypt detains 29 for allegedly spying for Turkey

Lebanon's Hariri in Egypt ahead of return home

Gheit says Lebanon should be 'spared' from regional tensions

 

Dervish troupe preserves Sufi tradition in Egypt

The rite of dance, chant of Sufi poems and music help the Mawlawis get closer to God.

Historic Cairo bookshop struggles to cope with changing times

When it opened its doors in 1928, Cairoís Anglo-Egyptian Bookshop was the first of its kind in the whole Arab region.

Arab craft glitters through generations in Columbia

Arab tradition of crafting fine jewellery taught to Spaniards which took it to isolated Mompox where generations of goldsmiths maintain ancient method.

Egypt's wheat supply bears the brunt of angry inspectors

Traders say ban on expenses-paid foreign trips has backfired as inspectors are now rejecting cargoes at Egyptian ports on arbitrary, unpredictable grounds.

Central Egypt cave captivates visitors

With an area of 700 sq. metres and 15 metres deep, Wadi Sannur Cave displays rock formations of different shapes and colours moulded over millions of years.

North Africaís thriving pop art showcased in London

The exhibition showcases an unseen perspective of the North African cultural scene.

Young talent sweeps Egypt into World Cup

Many of Egypt's international football stars, who have steered the team into Russia 2018, were not even born when Pharaohs last played in World Cup.

Urgent action needed for water sustainability in MENA

More than 60% of Middle East and North African regionís population lives in areas with high or very high water stress.

Artists transform poor Nile Delta village into open air museum

'This is how art can turn from an elitist thing into something that changes the lives of the poor.', Egyptian artist Abdel Wahab Abdel Mohsen.

Innovative project stimulates childrenís imagination

The project stresses the importance of reading and listening to stories in the formation of childrenís consciousness and in stimulating their imagination.

Amr Moussaís memoirs make waves across the Middle East

Moussa has been a fixture of Egyptian and Arab diplomacy for five decades, having close personal relationships with many Arab leaders.