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  1. Turin Egyptian Museum gets overhaul of pharaonic proportionsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KNUS-AM Aurora

    For the earliest Egyptologists, a trip to the Egyptian Museum in Turin was considered indispensable. The museum's new director is seeking to return the almost 200-year-old museum to its one-time prominence, boosted by an overhaul of the collection and exhibit space of near-pharaonic proportions.

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  2. Sudan's participation in Yemen campaign aimed to defend the Two Holy Mosques: BashirRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    Sudan's president Omer Hassan al-Bashir said they participated in the Saudi-led military campaign against Yemen's Huthis in order to "repulse the aggression against the Two Holy Mosques". Sudanese President Omer Hassan al-Bashir addresses a session of parliament on 1 April 2013 in Khartoum Sudan formally announced its participation in the military coalition comprising mainly of Arab Gulf states in addition to Egypt, Jordan and Morocco.

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  3. Almost expected trends: how much are tourists spending per night in Egypt?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    The average tourist spending during the last year was $74-per-night, according to the Economic Advisor to the Minister of Tourism. Saudi tourists were the biggest spenders during 2014, spending $131.5 per night, followed by US tourists spending $101.3 per night, according to the Ministry of Tourism's sub-accounts unit.

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    Yesterday | Egypt Today

    Egypt, while known for many things, including its rich historical heritage, has always been a country famous for its music. Competing with other countries around the world for the industrial scale of arts and culture production, it has long prided itself locally and globally for the creation and recreation of its highly eclectic music scene.

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  5. Why the Middle East's tech sector is 'a transformative force'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | CBC News

    It's fair to assume that when the average westerner thinks of Beirut, they're more likely to picture sectarian conflict than digital innovation. But a technology conference held in the Lebanese capital last week showed that the region is becoming a hub for all things digital, thanks to a young, educated and resourceful population eager to solve its many problems.

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  6. Kenya: KQ Flight Hitch Escalates As Talks With Pilots Drag OnRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | AllAfrica.com

    KENYA Airways is struggling to clear a customer backlog occasioned by disrupted flight schedules following an ongoing go-slow by its pilots. KQ which has had a series of flight cancellations and delays over the last one week, however continues to put on a brave face, insisting its flight schedule is normal despite the interruptions.

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  7. Four Netsquared Organizers Win 2015 NTENny AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | NetSquared

    Every year, NTEN recognizes members of community who are particularly generous with their time and talents. The folks at NTEN describe it as "amping up the awesome" of the NPTech sector.

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  8. 5 Tips for Arab Region University Students to Avoid Culture ShockRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | US News & World Report

    Students need to be respectful of local customs and beliefs when they study abroad in the Middle East and North Africa. As natives of a country in the Middle East and North Africa looking to study abroad within the Arab region , students may expect to live in an environment they consider an extension of home.

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  9. INTERVIEW: Sudan and London in talks to improve bilateral ties, says envoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    The United Kingdom's ambassador to Khartoum Peter Tibber has acknowledged differences between his country and Sudan but revealed that the two nations started a dialogue upon request from Khartoum to push forward bilateral ties. In an interview with Sudan Tribune on Wednesday, the British diplomat described these ties "important and historic" and denied that his country does not want to improve them.

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  10. Passover children's books: choo-choos, baa-baas and back to SinaiRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    When Deborah Bodin Cohen immersed herself in rabbinical school in the early 1990s, she expected to spend a year in Israel as part of her studies with Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. What she didn't know was that a decade later, the experience of living in Jerusalem would spark her inspiration for a children's book that has become a popular award-winning series.

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  11. A shared threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Jerusalem Post

    People and security officials walk and look as smoke rises from a tourist bus in the Red Sea resort town of Taba in the south Sinai, February 16, 2014.. THE ISRAEL Defense Forces' Division No.

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  12. South Sudan: On Power and Equatorians in South SudanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | AllAfrica.com

    One of the consequences of South Sudan's descent into civil war in December 2013 is the polarisation of the country's communities along ethnic lines, primarily between the Dinka and the Nuer. In this configuration, a key question is what is the role of Equatorians in the conflict.

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  13. Ethiopia and Egypt vow to turn Nile dispute into mutual cooperationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    The visiting Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi held talks on Tuesday with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn at the presidential palace in Addis Ababa where they discussed ways to further deepen bilateral ties. Talks between the two leaders come a day after they signed a tripartite agreement in Khartoum along with Sudan's president Omer Hassan al-Bashir on Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam .

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  14. Giving a face to Sudan's refugee crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | CNN

    A 10-month-old girl named Buseiwa was one of the many refugees that Pieter ten Hoopen took portraits of in Sudan's capital of Khartoum. Just before she entered the studio, she had taken a blood test for malaria.

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  15. Japan grapples to ready Sudan wrestlers for OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Peninsula

    Khartoum---In a crumbling Khartoum sports hall, a dozen Nuba men in sweat-faded singlets practise wrestling moves under the critical gaze of their Japanese coach, 23-year old Kosuke Sunagawa. Wrestling has been a part of the religiously and ethnically diverse Nuba culture for millennia, and many of the sinewy young athletes entered the ring as soon as they were old enough to walk.

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  16. AviGlatt.com Ready to Ship Passover Foods & MealsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | PR.com

    Passover Meals prepared by AviGlatt meet the strict standards of Kosher for Pesach, and are extremely time-saving and convenient. Brooklyn, NY, March 24, 2015 -- -- The folks at AviGlatt Kosher Deli & Bakery would like to wish everybody a Happy & Healthy Passover.

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  17. 2 siblings among group of British medics in ISIS-held SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Russia Taday

    Two among a group of British medical students, who have travelled to Islamic State-held territory to provide aid, are brother and sister, it is believed. Concerned families of the group of up to 12 medical students have arrived in a temporary camp at a hotel on the border with Turkey, with some saying they will not go home until their loved ones have been returned.

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  18. Cyprus to woo back touristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Tourism officials anticipate renewed interest in Cyprus this summer from countries with long-standing tourism links to the island including the UK, Germany, France, Holland, Belgium as well as the Scandinavian nations. Cyprus Tourism Organisation Board Chairman Angelos Loizou on Monday said great efforts were underway to win back these destinations which, from 2001 onwards, were lured away by competing destinations including Egypt and Turkey.

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  19. Egypt forced to negotiate on Nile damRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will travel to Addis Ababa on March 23 to address Ethiopian lawmakers before traveling to Sudan to sign an agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam. The details of the agreement are unknown, but its aim is to balance Ethiopia's economic interests with Egypt's national security concerns.

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  20. Sudan: Renaissance Dam Accord to Be Signed in KhartoumRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | AllAfrica.com

    President Abdul Fatah Al- Sisi of Egypt and Prime Minister Haile Desalgn of Ethiopia are set to arrive in Khartoum tomorrow "Monday" for the signing of the Renaissance Dam historic accord between the Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia, slated for March 23. Mutaz Musa, Chairman of the Ministerial Board for the Nile Basin States Initiative-cum-Minister of Water Resources and Electricity, has described the document of the declaration of principles on cooperation between the three countries on the Renaissance Dam as a prelude for cooperation and the implementation of the joint sustainable development projects between the three of them.

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