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Ambulances from the Egyptian Ministry of Health cross into the Gaza Strip at the Rafah border crossing on Thursday.
Cairo - Having crushed the Muslim Brotherhood, Cairo's new government has taken a back seat as Israel pounds Hamas, the Egyptian movement's Islamist allies across the border in Gaza, analysts said.
CAIRO: Egypt urged Israel and the Hamas Wednesday to halt their escalating conflict but played down hopes of a Cairo-mediated truce.
In this Thirsday, June 19, 2014 file photo, Palestinians watch a World Cup football game on a wide screen on the beach of Gaza City.
Egypt looks forward to enter into a trade arrangement with India to give a boost to two-way trade, said Khaled El-Bakly, Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to India, in New Delhi yesterday.
In this Thursday, May 5, 2014 file photo, Mohammed Fahmy, Canadian-Egyptian acting bureau chief of Al-Jazeera, appears in a defendant's cage at a courtroom in Cairo, Egypt.
The committee allocated LE1.4 billion to develop the public transport network nationwide, and to add some 1200 new buses to service.
OH NO. Tourists are being treated to a surreal view as they raft down this popular river: three huge plane fuselages.
Egyptians gather at a petrol station on July 5, 2014 in Cairo as the government drastically raised fuel prices to tackle a bloated subsidy system.
CAIRO Egypt's president acknowledged for the first time that the heavy sentences handed down to three Al-Jazeera journalists had a "very negative" impact on his country's reputation, saying he wished they were never put on trial.
Egypt's president defended his decision to raise energy prices as the only way to save the nation from "drowning in debt," as Egyptians braced for a jump in the cost of other consumer goods .
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 09:47 am
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