Caution prevails amid anticipated resumption of Nile dam talks

Experts doubt the resumption of trilateral negotiations to resolve the Nile dam dispute will yield results amid Ethiopia’s intransigence to begin filling operations in July.

Ayah Aman | Water Issues | Jun 5, 2020
al-monitor The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is seen as it undergoes construction work on the Nile River in Guba Woreda, Benishangul Gumuz region, Ethiopia, Sept. 26, 2019. Photo by REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri.

Egyptian archaeologists rely on technology to preserve past

Prominent Egyptian archaeologist Monica Hanna is using modern technology, including Google tools, to help protect Egypt’s heritage and teach students.

Rasha Mahmoud | | Jun 5, 2020

Egypt imposes strict measures on illegal construction

The authorities in Egypt are seeking, under the Emergency Law, to limit illegal constructions and the exploitation by some of the state’s preoccupation with the coronavirus.

Mohamed Saied | Infrastructure | Jun 2, 2020

Three villages north of Cairo emerge from lockdown

Egyptian authorities isolated three villages to contain the spread of the coronavirus, as hospitals outside the capital struggle to keep up with the increasing number of infections.

Menna A. Farouk | | Jun 1, 2020

Egypt announces international anti-Turkey alliance

Egypt announced an international alliance that includes Greece, Cyprus, the United Arab Emirates and France to confront Turkish provocative moves in Libya and the Mediterranean.

George Mikhail | Oil and gas | May 31, 2020