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Morsi declares 30 day state of emergency

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has proclaimed a 30-day state of emergency and a night-time curfew in three urban areas along the Suez Canal which have seen fatal clashes in the…

17 Hidden Pyramids Discovered with Infra-Red Satellite Cameras

Infra-red satellite technology has allowed archaeologists to discover 17 previously unknown pyramids hidden among 3,000 ancient Egyptian settlements that for a long time have been buried under sand.   A…

Immigrant Egyptians in Australia Gather to Celebrate

The Egyptian community in Australia is celebrating President’s Hosni Mubarak’s step down after 3 weeks of violent protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne saw hundreds of immigrant…

Moody’s Profit of $137M Exceeds Estimations

The profit reported by Moody’s Corp, the bond rating company, for the fourth quarter has exceeded expectations, while the company also indicated that it expects its business to do even…

Governmental Efforts to Bring Back Australians Stranded in Cairo

The Australian Foreign Minister Kevin Russ stated that he asked his counterpart in Egypt to support and help with the evacuation of Australians who are stranded in a hotel from…

Syrian President Promises Political Reformation after Demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt

The Syrian President Bachar al-Assad has promised political reformation in the country after the recent happenings in Egypt and Tunisia. After a 10-year ruling, the president now thinks that reformation…

Searches About Turmoil in Egypt Blocked in China

On the instruction of the Chinese authorities, the word ‘Egypt’ has been blocked from the most popular twitter-like micro-blogging service in the country. In addition to this, there is a…

Mubarak Faces Rejection

The protests against the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak entered third day. The citizens are protesting against a 30-year rule of the current president. These protests were inspired by the help…

Israel Struggles with Worst-Ever Forest Fire

A forest fire, the worst in Israel’s history, has killed at least 36 prison guards, destroyed homes and devastated one of the few forested areas in the country. The fire…

African Destinations Improved in Lonely Planet’s Eyes

African Destinations Appreciated in Lonely Planet’s new book for 2011 ‘Best in Travel’. Although last year Africa was mostly criticized and poorly presented, although Marocco did come in 5th in…

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