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An interview with the first female Egyptian-American police sergeant

Egypt Independent 05 Jun 2023
She was born in Saudi Arabia and lived between Saudi Arabia and Egypt until she reached the age of six, and her family moved to the US in 1991 ... I don’t really have an identity crisis because I’ve been living here for almost 30 years, I feel at home here in the US, and when I go to Egypt I feel at home there too.

5 Local Concerts to Catch in Cairo This June

Egyptian Streets 05 Jun 2023
From the classical tunes of Egypt’s iconic composer Hany Shenouda to the lively tunes of Alexandrian rapper Wegz ... He also discovered a wide range of vocal talent in Egypt, including Amr Diab ... A post shared by Ora Egypt (@oraegypt).

The harm of nutritional mislabeling

Egypt Independent 05 Jun 2023
She lived off nothing but protein shakes and nutrition bars made locally here in Egypt. In February, she came across a video on social media that exposed a few brands of whey protein in the Egypt ... The law of labeling in Egypt. Laws and regulations related to food safety are issued by different ministries in Egypt.

Preparatory meeting of OIC ministerial conference kicks off in Cairo

Egypt Today 05 Jun 2023
Hosted for the first by Egypt, the conference comes in line with Egypt's efforts to maintain human rights, ensure the enhancement of living standards of all segments, uphold the solidarity of family, along with protecting women and children against all forms of violence ... .

Tragedy on the tracks: Remembering the world's deadliest train accidents

Anadolu Agency 05 Jun 2023
Last week’s train accident in India’s eastern Odisha state which claimed the lives of at least 275 people and left hundreds injured is a reminder of the long history of devastating train accidents across the globe ... In Romania in 1917, more than 700 people lost their lives when a train derailed.


The Post-Star 05 Jun 2023
Today's Highlight. On June 5, 1968, Sen ... Motorcyclist dies after hitting deer Theater company plans Aviation Mall grand opening Influencer dies after live-streaming himself drinking bottles of Chinese spirit Baijiu. In 1975, Egypt reopened the Suez Canal to international shipping, eight years after it was closed because of the 1967 war with Israel ... .

The ultra-processed food swindle

New Statesman 05 Jun 2023
Years ago, when I lived in Egypt, a colleague brought in a packet of mini doughnuts from the commissary at the American embassy ... A British Medical Journal cohort study of 100,000 people living in France, which ran from 2009 to 2017, found that a 10 per cent increase in UPF consumed corresponded to a 12 per cent increase in rates of cancer.

Today in History — June 5

The North Platte Telegraph 05 Jun 2023
Today is Monday, June 5, the 156th day of 2023. There are 209 days left in the year. Today's Highlight. On June 5, 1968, Sen. Robert F ... On this date ... Indy 500's ending creates controversy and conspiracies Watch live ... In 1975, Egypt reopened the Suez Canal to international shipping, eight years after it was closed because of the 1967 war with Israel ... Bush ... .

Ancient inscription curse found on Tabuk mountain

Arab News 04 Jun 2023
People from all walks of life living in the Arabian Peninsula had the freedom to engrave their thoughts, feelings, poetry, or curses, on rocks contrary to those who lived in Mesopotamia, Syria and Egypt, where inscriptions were exclusively written by the leaders or those who with a high status.


The Buffalo News 04 Jun 2023
... of Sam (Kathleen) Tadros and the late Aiten Tadros; survived by brothers and sisters and many nieces and nephews living in Egypt.

British woman is trying for a baby with her Egyptian 'soul mate' ahead of Cairo ...

The Daily Mail 03 Jun 2023
Joanna Girling, 48, claimed she found the love of her life, Hysm Fygo, 40, from Egypt, shortly after her former Egyptian boyfriend broke up with her in 2019 when she couldn't afford to cash out for his extravagant lifestyle ... 'Hysm actually got a bank loan out to pay for my visa in Egypt after I got divorced.'.

Zahi Hawass Responds to Scientist’s Claims About Ramses II’s Accomplishments

The Eastern Herald 03 Jun 2023
... all over Egypt, as he is considered the greatest builder and owner of victories ... King Ramses II belongs to the Nineteenth Dynasty of Ancient Egypt, lived for over 90 years and ruled the country for about 66 years ... between the Hittite King Hattusili III and King Ramses II of Egypt.
photo: NASA
A "space cheeseburger" is seen floating inside the International Space Station with Expedition 50 flight engineer Peggy Whitson of NASA in the background

A culinary lab offers astronauts a taste of the future

CNN 03 Jun 2023
... workshops used to mummify remains in ancient Egypt ... Two tombs were found alongside the workshops, including one that belonged to a top official named Ne Hesut Ba who lived 4,440 years ago, according to Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities.

Where are red meat prices going in Egypt ahead of Eid al-Adha?

The Eastern Herald 02 Jun 2023
Egypt imports meat from Somalia and Chad ... Relative decline in live meat prices. For his part, the leader of the Peasants’ Syndicate in Egypt, Hussein Abu Saddam, told in exclusive statements to “Economy Sky News Arabia” that there has been a significant drop in live meat prices over the past few days.

Outcast terrorist is in trouble.. Wajdi Ghoneim can’t find a home

The Eastern Herald 02 Jun 2023
Some authors also describe him, in proportion to the life he lived ... He has been imprisoned dozens of times in Egypt and abroad for his hostile behavior ... He has been imprisoned eight times inside Egypt and six times outside, he is on terror lists in both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ...

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In this photo provided by the U.S. Navy, the USS Chung-Hoon observes a Chinese navy ship conduct what it called an "unsafe” Chinese maneuver in the Taiwan Strait, Saturday, June 3, 2023, in which the Chinese navy ship cut sharply across the path of the American destroyer, forcing the U.S. ship to slow to avoid a collision.
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