Archaeologists researching the ancient temple city of Heliopolis have made remarkable discoveries documenting intense temple construction activities in Ancient Egypt.
An Israeli security official revealed to Newsweek "a very significant amount of work" on Israel's border security strategy near Egypt and Jordan.
Abelisauridae could have weighed up to 3 tons and been up to 36 feet long.
The sentence for "Mocha Hijazi" came amid an ongoing crackdown on social media content creators in the country.
The son of Egypt's immigration minister is facing the death penalty after being accused of the premeditated murder of two young men in California.
The secretary-general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt, Mostafa Waziri, said the team excavated the ruins via the temple entrance gate.
Guests were stunned by the effort housekeeping put into the towel animals at their hotel.
The Middle East and North Africa face a severe food crisis as a result of the war in Ukraine.
"90 percent of the time, Egypt is not Egypt," Mohamed Diab said.
Non-native cultivars of squash could crowd out native squashes already adapted to Egyptian growing conditions and practices.
YouTube is celebrating Women's History Month while staying silent on male YouTubers who profit from the demise of female TikTok stars in Egypt.
We welcome the bipartisan support of the U.S. Congress.
One economic expert told Newsweek a 10 to 15 percent increase in the cost of baked goods is expected.
As the Egyptian state locks up women and girls deemed to have posted immoral social media content, the country's male YouTubers are claiming credit.
Pierre Girgis was accused of working as a foreign agent for the Egyptian government, obtaining information about opponents of Egypt's president.
Support for Hamas is becoming a cost-free vote for many Democrats.
When a family decided to get rid of their scruffy garden statues, they were surprised to find that the sphinxes were genuine artifacts from Ancient Egypt.
The Ever Given's blockage of the Suez triggered a hike in container spot freight rates, according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
Admiral Ossama Rabei, head of the Suez Canal, described the incident involving the Coral Crystal as a "very brief grounding."
An autopsy of the body is underway to determine the cause and circumstances surrounding the death, including whether foul play was involved.
The Ever Given has finally left the Suez Canal months after it blocked the passage for nearly a week.
"We are seeking a long-term truce, that would enable further discussions and possibly direct talks," an Egyptian official said.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken promised to "rally international support" to rebuild Gaza during a meeting with leaders in the region on Tuesday.
The 110 tombs contained a variety of archaeological artifacts, including pottery, jewelry, kitchenware, and, of course, human remains.
Influencer Umm Ziyad, who had nearly 700,000 subscribers on YouTube, passed away on April 9, one year to the day after she posted a video in which she pranked her family by faking her death.
The vessel has been seized by the Egyptian government, which is seeking compensation over the costs of freeing the ship.
The Ever Given, a 1,300-foot ship weighing more than 200,000 tons, made headlines when it became stuck in the Suez Canal on March 23.
The blockage of the crucial canal led to some ships traveling around the Cape of Good Hope to reach their destinations.
The flight, en route to Cairo, made an impromptu stop in Aswan, Egypt after the passenger went into labor. But the landing didn't come soon enough for the expecting mother.