Home Topics Giza

Giza

Suspected herdsmen kill six in Benue community

In yet another attack, suspected herdsmen unleashed terror on Yelewata community in Guma Local Government Area of Benue State killing six people and burning down houses.

Egypt issues suspended sentence to 19 over church attack

An Egyptian court has sentenced 19 Muslim defendants to a one-year suspended sentence for attacking an unlicensed church south of Cairo.

Two killed in New Year attack on Egypt liquor store

A gunman killed two Copts celebrating the New Year in an Egyptian alcohol shop early on Monday, judicial and security sources said, the latest deadly violence against the Christian minority.

Jerusalem tensions cast shadow over Holy Land Christmas

Palestinian scouts played drums and bagpipes at Christmas celebrations in Bethlehem on Sunday, but many tourists stayed away with tensions still simmering following Washington’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Egypt struggles against population ‘catastrophe’

Ali Abdelaziz sees children as a "gift from God", so much so that he has 10 of his own, even as Egypt's government struggles to stem a "catastrophic" population boom.

Egypt’s Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi appoints new armed forces chief of staff

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Saturday named a new chief of staff of the armed forces.

Egyptian embassy denies alleged illegal harvest of Nigerians’ kidneys

The Embassy of Egypt in Nigeria has denied alleged illegal harvest of the kidneys of Nigerians who travel to the North African country for medical attention.

Foreign hospitals stealing kidneys – Isaac Adewole

The Federal Ministry of Health says Nigerians travelling outside the country for medical attention should be very careful due to the rising cases of illegal organ harvesting by some hospitals

Egypt court seeks death for 13 suspected militants

An Egyptian court on Sunday sought death sentences for 13 members of an Islamist group that has claimed numerous attacks against security forces in and around Cairo, justice officials said.

Nasarawa govt allays fear over bridge submerge

Nasarawa State Government has discarded rumours making the round that the Keana/Kadarko/Giza Bridge in Keana Local Government Area of the state has submerged.

Recent Stories

Serbia's Novak Djokovic reacts to France's Jeremy Chardy during their men's singles semi-finals match at the ATP Queen's Club Championships tennis tournament in west London on June 23, 2018. Serbia's Novak Djokovic beat France's Jeremy Chardy 7-6 (7/5), 6-4.Ben STANSALL / AFP

Novak Djokovic ends drought to reach Queen’s showpiece

Novak Djokovic ended his final drought as the former world number one reached his first title match for a year with a 7-6 (7/5), 6-4 win against Jeremy Chardy at Queen's Club on Saturday.
University of Jos | UNIJOS

University of Jos awards degrees to 18,348 graduate students

The University of Jos has awarded degrees to 18, 348 graduate students, out of which 165 graduated with Doctor of Philosophy Degrees (PhDs) and 33 others graduated with first class.
APC National Charman Adams Oshiomhole

APC convention: PDP is no alternative – Comrade Oshiomhole

Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Saturday, took charge of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as National Chairman, saying the APC is the darling of Nigerians while the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) “is no alternative”.
Belgium hero Romelu Lukaku

Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku optimistic he’ll be fit after picking up ankle injury

Romelu Lukaku is optimistic that he will be able to play against England on Thursday in Kaliningrad despite injuring his ankle during Belgium's impressive 5-2 win against Tunisia on Saturday.
Saudi women allowed to drive | AP | Hasan Jamali

Saudi Arabia lifts ban on women driving

Women throughout Saudi Arabia waited for the stroke of midnight, turned the keys in the ignition, fired up their engines — and hit the road to a bright new future.