Latest Egypt News

Can Iran avoid a political crisis after its president’s death?
Sexual and reproductive health for all: 20 years of the Global Strategy
We mapped a lost branch of the Nile River – which may be the key to a longstanding mystery of the pyramids
Israel’s invasion of Rafah will not eliminate Hamas or end the war. So, what is Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan?
Experts of the Committee on the Rights of the Child Praise Panama’s Child Protection Laws, Ask about Measures to Prevent Online Grooming…
Mayor Welcomes Australia’s Newest Citizens
Israel’s Rafah invasion must stop now, say UN experts
Ceasefire agreement needed now: Peters
SUPPORT FOR THE GAZA SOLIDARITY ENCAMPMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Last chance to see Ramses & the Gold of the Pharaohs
Exploring Remains Of Ancient Daily Life
Redefinition of ‘sex’ in Title IX will foster more violence and discrimination against women and girls, says UN expert: United States
Premier’s Review – South Australian Museum
FAO’s One Country One Priority Product initiative celebrates milestones and aims for scaled implementation
Energy Trades Could Help Resolve Nile Conflict
UN expert: Testimonies from the Occupied Palestinian Territory show new depths of Israel’s atrocities
Emu plumes still worn with pride
Run Army Goes Global
From Gallipoli to Gaza: remembering the Anzacs not as a ‘coming of age’ tale but as a lesson for the future
Sudan’s year of war: One in two children in the line of fire
From thousands to millions to billions to trillions to quadrillions and beyond: Do numbers ever end?
State Library’s Cameleers exhibition explores forgotten histories
Navigating an unstable global environment
The heat is on: what we know about why ocean temperatures keep smashing records
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement urges support for conflict victims: “We cannot let Sudan become another forgotten crisis”
Facing enormous pressure at home and abroad, how much longer can Israel continue its war in Gaza?
Peters to visit New York, Washington D.C
Egypt must halt executions, warn UN experts
Australian ‘bush glass’ bears the fingerprints of a cosmic collision with an iron meteorite
NZ announces humanitarian assistance to Gaza, Sudan
If brain transplants like the one in Poor Things were possible – this is how they might work
Curious Kids: what did people use before toothpaste was invented?
Travel focused on traditional partners and Middle East
Honey is said to help with hay fever symptoms – here’s what the research says about this claim
The UN Security Council has finally called for a ceasefire in Gaza. But will it have any effect?
AI can help predict whether a patient will respond to specific tuberculosis treatments, paving way for personalized care
Israel government continues to block aid response despite ICJ genocide court ruling, says Oxfam
Leopold Tennis Pavilion Redevelopment Underway as New Playground is Installed
Naval Battle of Dardanelles on 18 March 1915 determined Anzac fate
Ambassador For Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation 10 March
Aid system at the brink of total collapse and women give birth to stillborn babies as the risk of famine looms large in Gaza
NZ can help people fleeing Gaza with emergency family reunification – will the government act?
Other nations are applying sanctions and going to court over Gaza – should NZ join them?
Reforms to boost productivity and private investment would help secure stronger growth, more high-quality jobs and increased living standards in Egypt: OECD
Why Egypt refuses to open its border to Palestinians forcibly displaced from Gaza
Romans kept black henbane seeds in hollowed-out bone, a new study has found. Here’s what they might have been used for
Aid agencies warn of catastrophic humanitarian consequences of looming Rafah ground invasion
James willett: all bronzed up at Morocco World Cup