Laser beams illuminate a darkened restaurant turned dance hall in Cairo as revelers move to thumping beats from female DJs - part of a generation of women shaking up Egypt's underground electronic music scene.
"All my life, I've seen men behind the decks," said party-goer Menna Shanab, 26, as psychedelic visuals reflected off the waters at the Nile-side venue.
US energy giant ExxonMobil, which has partnered with Greece's HELLENiQ Energy (formerly Hellenic Petroleum) in searching for natural gas and oil west and southwest of the Aegean island of Crete, not only is unconcerned about Turkish aggressive rhetoric against Greece but plans to accelerate its timeline for exploratory drilling by a year, Kathimerini understands.
Egypt announced on Jan. 2 the recovery of a sarcophagus lid dating back nearly 2,700 years that it said had been smuggled out and put on display at a museum in the United States.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry announced the recovery of the artifact, known as the "Green Sarcophagus," during a televised press conference.
Heat waves, intensified by climate change, have cost the global economy trillions of dollars in the last 30 years, a study published Friday found, with poor countries paying the steepest price.
And those lopsided economic effects contribute to widening inequalities around the world, according to the research.
Mikec won a gold medal in the 50-meter small-caliber pistol event at the World Championship in Egypt.
He reached the gold with 567 laps ahead of Chinese Bowen Zhang with 564 and Ukrainian Viktor Bankin with 560.
Mikec and Zhang were tied before the last series, and then the Chinese "hit" 93, and Mikec 96 laps and with this three-point margin, he reached the title.
Türkiye has improved by two positions in Surfshark's Digital Quality of Life Index regarding digital wellbeing, rising from 54th to 52nd out of 117 countries.
Out of the five fundamental digital life pillars, Türkiye's best is for e-government (39th) and the worst score is for internet quality (ranking 69th globally).