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United States returns ancient artifacts to Egypt at National Geographic Society

WASHINGTON – The U.S. government’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) repatriated dozens of illegally smuggled ancient artifacts to the government of Egypt, including a Greco-Roman style Egyptian sarcophagus, at a ceremony yesterday at the National Geographic Society in Washington. The return of these ancient artifacts was made possible by “Operation Mummy’s Curse,” an ongoing five-year ...
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Students from Menoufia University Faculty of Law Win U.S.-supported National “Practice Court” Competition

Cairo– Students and professors from seven Egyptian University law faculties participated in a national “practice arbitration” competition that was conducted with the support of the American Bar Association (ABA) and the U.S. Embassy on April 3 and 4, 2015. Both the winning team and the runner-up team are from Menoufia University. Teams from Al Azhar ...
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U.S. Embassy in Cairo Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attacks Today

Cairo – The U.S. Embassy condemns today’s terrorist attacks in northern Sinai that killed and wounded numerous soldiers and civilians. The United States strongly supports Egypt as it combats terrorism in the Sinai and throughout the country and sends its deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims. Such attacks are unacceptable. As ...
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U.S.-supported “Exporters’ Souk” Connects Exporters with Service Providers

Cairo – Today, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) hosted a U.S. Embassy event to connect Egypt’s exporters with local service providers. Over 1,000 companies, including large firms and small and medium enterprises, attended this event to meet more than 60 export service providers and learn about current and emerging trade trends and export ...
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