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Thaer Mansour


Thaer Mansour is a journalist based in Cairo, reporting for The New Arab on politics, culture and social affairs from the Egyptian capital.

Photos and video clips have recently gone viral depicting Egypt's side of the crossing being fortified and barbed wires being installed.

07 February, 2024

It will take a joint archeological mission three years to restore the granite blocks of the outer surface of the Menkarue pyramid funded by Janapan.

31 January, 2024

"The ICC has no jurisdiction in Egypt, and its arrest warrants cannot be carried out in Egypt against any heads of state," an international law expert noted.

23 January, 2024

The long-awaited El-Dabaa nuclear power plant, which will operate with a 120-megawatt capacity for each of its four reactors, costs US$28.75 billion.

22 January, 2024

The IMF visit coincided with a new report by Moody’s, revising its outlook on Egypt from “stable” to "negative."

21 January, 2024

The fate of hundreds of Egyptian employees who worked for the Kuwaiti group remains unclear in the absence of a decisive labour law.

18 January, 2024

In Egypt, low and average-income households are heavily crushed by the economic crisis in a country where almost 28 per cent live below the poverty line.

17 January, 2024

Balashy hailed what he described as "the heroic efforts exerted by Palestinian journalists" as they covered Israel's attacks on Gaza since October.

16 January, 2024

Prominent political sociologist Sadek Dr Said Sadek argued that "the low-key Egyptian reactions reflect an official policy of no loud outcry."

15 January, 2024

Azhar called on the world to mobilise efforts and join this "crucial quest" by adopting similar stances "to halt the flow of innocent blood."

12 January, 2024