Jun 05, 2024

Quadrupling of Subsidized Bread Prices Deepens Struggle for Millions in Egypt

Facing an increased wheat import bill, the Egyptian government raised the price of subsidized small loaves of flatbread on June 1, marking the first such increase in decades....

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  May 28, 2024

Egyptian Appeals Court Upholds One-Year Prison Sentence for Former Presidential Candidate

Altantawy, a former presidential hopeful, was convicted and sentenced in February along with 22 of his aides, including his campaign manager, for distributing unauthorized endorsement forms for his candidacy....

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  May 23, 2024

Egyptians Accused in Deadly Shipwreck Case Released from Greek Jail

The men had been charged with being part of the crew of the Adriana, a severely overcrowded trawler that capsized and sank near Greece last June with an estimated 700 people on board....

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  May 21, 2024

Tragic Ferry Accident in Egypt Claims Lives of Nine Women and Children

The Egyptian Health Ministry confirmed that nine other passengers sustained injuries. Six of the injured received immediate treatment at the site, while three others were transferred to local hospitals for further care....

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  Apr 26, 2024

Egypt's Fishmongers Cut Prices Amid Nationwide Boycott Over High Costs

The movement, which initially started in the cities of Port Said and Alexandria, has gained momentum under the campaign slogan "Let it rot," as frustrations grow over continuous price hikes affecting nearly all consumer goods....

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  Apr 25, 2024

TP Mazembe Gears Up to Challenge Al Ahly in CAF Champions League Semi-final in Cairo

The match is anticipated to be a pivotal encounter, with Al Ahly holding the home advantage and an unbeaten streak in 19 CAF Champions League matches....

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