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Environment in Egypt series part 3/3
20/05/2015 - International report

Environment in Egypt series part 3/3

Egypt is largely desert, which presents farmers with the challenge of growing in dry conditions.
19/05/2015

African press review 19 May 2015

The strike slowing construction work at a South African electricity plant appears to be losing steam. The African National Congress wants no truck with hostile journalists.
Environment in Egypt series part 2/3
19/05/2015 - International report

Environment in Egypt series part 2/3

In a city of 20 million people and with air pollution almost 20 times the acceptable international standard, the Egyptian capital Cairo, craves green spaces.
The mummy of Ta-Iset found in Rueil-Malmaison in 2001
18/05/2015 - EGYPT - FRANCE

Egyptian mummy found in trash to go on show in Paris suburb museum

A museum in a Paris suburb is to exhibit the mummy of a five-year-old ancient Egyptian girl that was found by refuse collectors after a local resident threw out with the garbage.
18/05/2015

African press review 18 May 2015

The South African police start rounding up the usual suspects in the wake of recent violence against foreigners.
Environment in Egypt series part 1/3
18/05/2015 - International report

Environment in Egypt series part 1/3

Egypt is famously a dry place, with most of the country made up of desert.
16/05/2015

African press review 16 May 2015

President Pierre Nkurunziza is reportedly back in Burundi but he's keeping a low profile.
A market in Angola
15/05/2015 - Africa

Africa to miss out on fall in food import prices

The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) predicts that the world food import bill will fall to a five-year low. But not if you are a poor African, say economists.

The government of President Abdel-Fatah al-Sisi is under pressure.
12/05/2015 - Report: Egypt

Egypt minister quits after judge criticism

Egypt's Justice Minister quit on Monday, after sparking controversy by saying that "the son of a garbage collector cannot become a judge." Minister of Justice Mahfouz Saber drew criticism ...
09/05/2015

African press review 9 May 2015

South Africa's national electricity company is fighting on two fronts. There's another suicide attack at a third-level college in Nigeria's north-east.
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