Tag Archives: Egypt

Black and red lands

Home to what may be some of the greatest architectural creations in history; evidence of Egypt’s ancient civilisation may still be    ... more

The new saints

Pope Francis has canonised two 19th century nuns who lived in Palestine, then controlled by the Ottoman Empire. Marie Alphonsine Ghattas    ... more

New aims for press freedoms

Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste has been freed and has left Egypt and flown to Cyprus, after being held for 400 days.    ... more

Legacy of Arab Spring in Tunisia

Beji Caid Essebsi won with just over 55% of the vote in Tunisia’s first democratic presidential election since independence from France    ... more

Peace agreement brings new aims

In talks late last week, a new peace agreement has been decided by the government’s of Palestine and Israel, which intends    ... more

The month of spiritual meaning

The Middle East is a region that roughly encompasses a majority of Western Asia and Egypt. It includes what is often known    ... more

Carpe Diem in the land of antiquity

Africa is an ancient landmass on many fronts; in a geological sense the most aged rocks are dated to 4 billion    ... more

The power of true democracy

Whilst the present news of Egyptian as a country transiting may have gained a significant amount of press coverage, it seems    ... more

Eclectic Egyptian eats

When people in Egypt came up with an innovative idea of putting all leftovers together, mixing in a few extra herbs    ... more

Port Said: General Ahmed Wasfi pushes for people power

The leader of Egypt’s Second Army Division, Major General Ahmed Wasfi, has pledged that the army will uphold its duty to    ... more

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Encouraging diplomacy

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has reportedly been flown to Israel in a stepped-up effort to broker a truce in    ... more