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Cleopatra: Last Queen Of The Nile

By- Khushi Bisht Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator is one of history's most influential and prominent female rulers, having reigned as Egypt's last queen in the...

‘Lost Golden City’ Of Luxor

By- Khushi Bisht Archeologists recently unearthed a 3000-year-old Egyptian wonder known as the 'Lost Golden City of Luxor,' near the 'Valley of Kings', a burial...

Discovery: A 3000 Year Old ‘Lost Gold City’ From Egypt

An Egypt archaeological mission announced the discovery of a 3000-year-old "Lost Gold City" (LGC) in the monument-rich city of Luxor. The mission, headed by...

Ancient Brewery Rediscovered In Egypt

Archaeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old brewery that could produce thousands of liters of beer in the ancient Egyptian city of Abydos, Egypt's Tourism and...

Why President Trump and PM Modi are so Fiercely Opposed by the Left and Islamists

By Maria Wirth “Í prefer Trump to Hillary”, I told a German friend in the run up to the US elections in 2016. There was...

Egyptians Announced Discovery Of 2,500 Years Old Sealed Coffins

Egyptian authorities announced the discovery of a collection of more than 13 intact sealed coffins dating back to 2,500 years ago. The coffins were found...

Travel Virtually To These Places Amidst Lockdown

Travel is one of the most rewarding and enriching adventures one can indulge in. Every year, travel enthusiasts from across the world plan their...

COVID-19 Threatens Peace and Development Globally, Warns UN Rights Chief

The UN high commissioner for human rights warns that COVID-19 threatens peace and development around the world. Michelle Bachelet called for action to protect...

Here are 4 Destinations you Need to Add to Your 2020 Travel Calendar

BY SIDDHI JAIN For travel enthusiasts and people who are looking to head out for a long-haul vacation in the upcoming year, the experts have...

President of Egypt Calls for Collective Action Against Countries Supporting Terrorism

Egypt's president Wednesday called for "decisive" and "collective" action against countries supporting "terrorism" in an apparent reference to Turkey and Qatar, who back the...

Possible Lion Mummy Unearthed in Egypt

Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities says local archeologists have unearthed the mummy of an unusually large animal, most likely a lion or lioness. The ministry said...

Egypt Turns to Moscow, Beijing to Modernize Electricity Infrastructure

In 2014, massive blackouts brought much of Egypt to a standstill and called attention to an outdated power grid dating to the 1950s when...

Three Tombs Discovered Under Egypt’s Great Pyramids

An Egyptian archaeological mission has unearthed three tomb, including one that was shared by two priests over 4,400 years ago, a few kilometres south of...

Centuries-old Egyptian Mummy, Artefacts Unearthed

A centuries-old Egyptian high priest’s mummy and ancient artefacts were discovered on Monday from a remote burial site in Al-Ghorifa, some 165 miles south...

U.N. Urges Egypt To Halt All Executions Based On Confessions Obtained Against Torture

The U.N. Human Rights Office is urging Egypt to halt all executions and to conduct investigations into all allegations that people are subjected to...

Excavations in Egypt’s Sinai Helped Archaeologists Discover Ancient Workshop

Egypt says archaeologists have uncovered an ancient workshop used to build and repair ships that dates back to the Ptolemaic era (332 B.C.-30 B.C.)...

Lawmakers In Egypt To Submit Request For Constitutional Amendments

 A coalition of Egyptian parliamentarians will submit a request for constitutional amendments providing for a second chamber of parliament and the appointment of one...

New Artifacts Found in Cairo, Egypt: Archaeologists

 Egypt says archeologists working at a dig in Cairo have found several fragments of stone slabs with inscriptions dating back up to 4,000 years. The...

To Combat ‘Black Cloud’ Pollution, Egypt Comes Up With A New Plan

An Egyptian government program to pay traders to buy rice straw from farmers at the end of harvest has helped to combat one of...

Water-Borne Illness Increases Sharply in Iraq

Iraqi health officials say that a health crisis stemming from water pollution and a shortage of clean drinking water has worsened in recent days,...

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