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Malaysian students in Egypt take testing times in their stride

17 July 2013

TANTA University medical student Shafikah Sabri had her mobile phones stolen twice in a year.

Petty crime concern for Malaysian students in Egypt

16 July 2013

CAIRO: Petty crime is becoming a norm in Tanta, some 95km from Cairo - Shafikah Sabri, a second-year Malaysian medical student at Tanta University in Egypt, had her mobile phone stolen twice in a year.

It is just a military coup, says al-Biltaji

15 July 2013

THERE is an arrest warrant out for him for allegedly inciting violence but Muslim Brotherhood senior leader Muhammad al-Biltaji (pic) does not seem to be bothered.

Safety net for Malaysians studying in Egypt

15 July 2013

PETALING JAYA: The Government is working closely with Egyptian security forces to ensure the continued safety of Malaysian students there, said Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

Rival Egypt factions turn up the heat

14 July 2013

Political uncertainty is rife in Egypt after the ouster of Mohamed Morsi with rival groups in massive numbers claiming they are right and refusing to budge or compromise.

Malaysian embassy in Cairo not getting that many calls from parents

14 July 2013

DESPITE the political uncertainties in Egypt following the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi and street protests from rival groups, parents of the Malaysian students studying here have not been panicking.

Parents of Malaysian students in Egypt calm amidst protest storm

13 July 2013

CAIRO: Despite political uncertainty in Egypt following the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi and street protests from rival groups, parents of the Malaysian students studying here have not been panicking.

Price of essential items up since Egyptian revolution that ousted Mubarak

13 July 2013

RIF’AT Salam has been selling chicken in Abdeen market in Cairo for 10 years but business has been bad since the 2011 revolution which brought down former president Hosni Mubarak.

Thousands of Pro-Morsi supporters gather in 'Friday of Surge'

12 July 2013

CAIRO: Tens of thousands poured into the streets for Friday prayers at the Raba'a al-Adawiyah mosque, the main protest area of supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi.

Sales hit badly, but some don't mind

12 July 2013

AT the famous Khan el-Kalili bazaar in Cairo, a must-stop shopping haven for tourists, Mohamed Yusof never used to have time to sit and chat because he was always busy. But now, he finds himself sitting around for hours, waiting expectantly for customers.

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