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The Egyptian Today, a home of the modern Egypt News

The Egyptian Today was launched in 2015. Since then it is proud member of the independent media community of Egypt. We cover wide array of topics including politics, economics, society and culture and sport events.

Politics

  • New era of political fairy tales has begun
    Bob Woodward, a journalist has written the book “Fear: Trump in the White House”. This book is a brave attempt to display the current president as a fool and unstable personality. There is some words about Egypt and American-Egyptian
  • President appointed Coptic woman as Governor of Damietta
    Egypt has performing outstanding steps to balance the genders in politics and economics. The current cabinet of ministers include eight women which is absolute record through the history. Women and especially Christian women are still a rarity. It
  • Brits obsessed by the idea of poisonous gases, Egypt denies
    As investigation on the suspicious death of eldery couple in Hurghada’s Steigenberger Aqua Magic Hotel is ongoing the British press is speculating on the idea that John and Susan Cooper was killed by the gas of unknown origin in their hotel

Economics

  • Sons of Mubarak arrested, stock sell off induced
    Sons of the long-term Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, Alaa and Gamal Mubarak are arested on charges of stock market manipulations back to 2012. Yasser El Mallawany, non-executive vice chairman, board member of EFG-Hermes and Hassan Heikal, former
  • Egypt to sell a minority stake in the Eastern Company
    State-owned Eastern Company is number one producer of the cigarettes and tobacco in heavy-smoking country. In an attempt to fix the budget government is selling a stake in it – 4.5 percents – to any who will show the interest. Advisor of
  • Egypt lost legal battle with Union Fenosa Gas
    Union Fenosa Gas, the joint Eni and Spanish Naturgy company was forced to halt natural gas supplies to the Damietta facilities thus interrupting the cycle. It was back to the “Arab spring”, when Egypt’s own low gas supplies has

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Society

Sport