Egyptian cartoon hero cleans up the Red Sea

The Egyptian government scrapped controls on rents for farmland in October after a gap of five years. Egypt's 9,04,000 tenant farmers have become subject to a 1992 law allowing landowners to

Smaller version of mammoths may have inhabited Egypt long after they were thought to have become extinct

With pollution threatening to smother Egypt, environmental planning is becoming central to the country's economic policies

EGYPTIAN scientists Y I Hanna and M M Kandil of the National Institute for Standards in Cairo have designed and tested a double-layered curtain using local textiles which absorbs sound and light to

As the River Nile needs projects, for its full control and for increasing its yield for the full utilization of its waters by the Republic of the Sudan and the United Arab Republic on technical working arrangements other than those now applied.