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Egypt – What Is in Store in 2011?

Egypt has large quantities of gas and petroleum and has started prospecting its territorial waters north of Alexandria and in the Nile Delta and is exploring the Mediterranean Sea.

HRW director released from detention

Police released Joe Stork deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Middle East and North Africa division after he and his translator were briefly detained at police headquarters in Samanoud in

Egypt: Swine flu deaths rise to 201

The Egyptian Ministry of Health announced on Monday 6 more deaths as a result of the deadly H1N1 virus, or Swine flu, in addition to 8 new deaths that were

Climate change for beginners

You’ve heard the terms “global warming”, “climate change” and “greenhouse effect”, among many other environment related terms, but what exactly do they mean? Here are some basics to help you

Nile boats collide in Egypt leave dozens missing

Two boats traveling in the northern Nile Delta region collided, security sources said on Saturday, one day after the incident. According to reports, some 13 passengers were rescued after two

Egypt’s Nile Delta going bye-bye?

It continues to spark controversy and debate: what is going on with Egypt’s Nile Delta region. According to some analysts, and even the government, the northern Nile Delta is under