Friday Jul 25
Egypt: World Bank -U.S. $500 Million Loan to Connect 1.5 Million Households in Egypt to Natural Gas
The World Bank's Board of Directors Friday approved a loan of US$500 million for a project aimed to expand natural gas access to 1.5 million Egyptian households in eleven governorates, including three governorates located in Upper Egypt, where poverty levels are the highest, the World Bank's news center reported.
The Origins of War
By Gwynne Dyer The 59 skeletons were found in 1964, lying together in a gravesite beside the Nile near what is now the Egyptian-Sudanese border.
The Japan Times
Clues to the evolution of warfare
The 59 skeletons were found in 1964, lying together in a grave site beside the Nile near what is now the Egyptian-Sudanese border.
The Georgia Straight
Gwynne Dyer: The origins of war
They died between 13,000 and 14,000 years ago, and some of them seemed to have died in battle.
Egypt: violence marks anniversary of Morsi ouster
One of the bombs went off accidentally inside an apartment outside Cairo, killing two suspected militants who were handling the explosives, the Interior Ministry said.
National Public Radio
Egypt: Islamists Mark Anniversary Of Morsi Ouster
A series of demonstrations and small bombings marked the anniversary on Thursday of the ouster of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi, and authorities responded by arresting nearly 200 people as part of their crackdown against Islamists.