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Rate of Christian girls attacked on rise in Egypt
August 18, 2013:Christians attend Sunday service in the Basilica of our Lady of Fatima in Cairo .
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The Block Island Times
Egypt: Ancient, Beautiful and Complicated
Last June, my friend Judy Schrafft, who is a member of the Explorer's Club and dives all over the world, was reading an archaeological magazine in my kitchen and fell across an ad for a trip to Egypt that included a fair amount of time with Dr. Zahi Hawass, Egypt's ex-minister of antiquities and the maker of many television documentaries.
Lukancic Drama Club Invites Audience to Solve a Murder
By Sam Koeppl, Alexis Mackowiak, and Jessica Wisniewski Again and again, a killer strikes.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Jehoshua: About the Series and Author
The "Jehoshua" book series is a unique interpretation of early Christianity combining recent scholarship on the historical Jesus, with Biblical references and fictional characters and circumstances.
Brit fined for attempting to auction looted Egyptian artefacts
Firstly, the level of the fine is tiny - considering the crime involved & the value of the artefacts, it counts somewhat lower than a slap on the wrist in the overall scheme of things.
flynas operates two weekly flights from Riyadh to Luxor
Our client a leading Property Development & Real Estate company is seeking a Facility Manager/MEP Engineer for their Riyadh head office.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
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Minutes from Luxor Temple, the Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor is Luxor's most fashionable address.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Mahesh Bhatt picks Arjun over Alia in '2 States'
Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who watched his daughter Alia Bhatt's third film 2 States, is happy to see her playing a different role.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Exodus: Does archaeology have a say?
The Exodus is so fundamental to us and our Jewish sources that it is embarrassing that there is no evidence outside of the Bible to support it.
Holidays in Egypt: It's a great time to book a river cruise on the Nile
With Egypt staggering from one crisis to the next, why would anyone take a Nile cruise? The answer is simple: the ancient wonders are as amazing as ever, there has never been a better time to see them - and you will be helping the country's long-suffering people.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Tough times on tourism trail
It's so slow at the Giza Pyramids that Salam Abdullah, who has six children, sold one of his three camels.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
CT scan of mummy reveals spatula inside skull used to scoop out brains
Ouch! CT scan reveals spatula lodged inside skull of 2,600-year-old mummy that was used to scoop out his brains Reports of items being left in bodies after surgical procedures aren't new, but the latest may well be the oldest, and most gruesome, example yet.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Ancient Egyptian Mummy Found with Brain but No Heart
This 1,700-year-old mummy has a brain, no heart and plaques over her sternum and abdomen, say researchers.
Communication cut with tense south Egypt province
Egyptian security forces stand guard as Egyptian prosecutor general, Hisham Barakat, tours the area where fighting took place on Friday, April 4, between a Nubian family and members of the Arab Haleyla clan, in the southern city of Aswan, Egypt, Tuesday, April 8, 2014.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
California Computer News
Bronze Age Chronology: Oldest Weather Report
An inscription on a 3,500-year-old stone block from Egypt may be one of the world's oldest weather reports -- and could provide new evidence about the chronology of events in the ancient Middle East.
International Business Times
Ancient Egyptian Mummy Discovered with Brain but No Heart
The woman may have lived during the Roman rule, when Christianity was spreading and may have died between the age of 30 and 50, the radiocarbon dating reveals.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
The Daily Star
Family feud in south Egypt kills 23
LUXOR, Egypt: A bloody feud in Egypt's southern Aswan province between an Arab clan and a Nubian family has killed at least 23 people in two days of fighting, leaving bodies strewn on hospital floors and homes torched in its wake, government officials and witnesses said Saturday.
Arab-Nubian feud deadly in Egypt
LUXOR, Egypt - A bloody feud in southern Egypt between an Arab clan and a Nubian family has killed at least 23 people in two days of fighting, leaving bodies strewn on hospital floors and homes torched in its wake, government officials and witnesses said Saturday.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Uptown San Diego Examiner
Daily Business Report-April 4, 2014
The San Diego Natural History Museum announced it will host the West Coast debut of the exhibition "The Discovery of King Tut" beginning in October.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
700-Year-Old Poop Barrels Still Stink, Researchers Say
Archeologists excavating the Medieval town of Odense in Denmark recently uncovered some barrels of old poop .