Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah has completed his move to Liverpool from AS Roma, the Premier league club said on Thursday.
Source: Egypt forward Salah joins Liverpool
Residents will still only get four hours of electricity a day, as Gaza’s power crisis continues.
Source: Gaza’s only power plant resumes after Egypt fuel delivery – BBC News
An Egyptian NGO is set to take the lead in protecting the country’s nature reserves and failing tourism industry.
Source: Egypt launches initiative to save nature reserves
A group of students at the American University in Cairo has launched an awareness campaign to stop pollution in the Red Sea and protect marine life.
Source: Egyptian students draw red line with Red Sea pollution
The French-sponsored Fete de la Musique fuses traditional, electronic and other genres of music, drawing large audiences in the Middle East.
Source: Power failure can’t stop World Music Day in Egypt
Egypt’s parliament has voted to raise the minimum income tax threshold to 7,200 Egyptian pounds ($400) a year from 6,500 pounds and gave tax breaks to the first three brackets.
Source: Egypt’s parliament raises minimum income tax threshold
An official source from the Ministry of Petroleum confirmed that there is no alternative to increasing fuel prices, especially since the cost of petroleum products’ subsidies will exceed LE100 billion in the new budget due to the 2016 flotation of the Egyptian pound. An agreement signed between the Egyptian government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) required … Continued
Source: No alternative to increasing fuel prices – Egypt Independent
Christians in Minya province have faced long-running tensions with their Muslim neighbors over an issue central to their survival as a community — whether they can build churches.
Source: For Christians In Egypt, Building A New Church Can Set Off Violence : NPR