Egyptian government has earmarked E£330 million ($37.6 million) for the redevelopment of slums in the Red Sea cities, said a report.
The development scheme will include Ras Gharib, Hurghada, Safaga, and Al-Qusayr cities, rep
An Egyptian court declared void on Tuesday a maritime border accord with Saudi Arabia that would have seen Egypt lose control of two Red Sea islands, judicial sources said.
The state has the right to appeal the ruling at a higher
Sudan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to start exploring for mineral resources, including silver and gold, in the Red Sea by 2020, Sudanese Minister of Minerals Ahmed Sadiq Al-Karouri said on Wednesday.
The two Arab countries, which
Two armed assailants attacked a hotel in the Egyptian Red Sea resort town of Hurghada on Friday, wounding three foreign tourists, Egyptian officials said.
The Security Information Center of Egypt's Ministry of Interior said in
King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), a special economic zone on Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast, has awarded a SR42-million ($11.2 million) contract to Salim Al Harth Establishment for the development of infrastructure at its upcoming The Beach
A Saudi businessman is in talks with Egyptian authorities over a $4 billion tourism resort in Egypt's Red Sea region of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egyptian tourism minister Hisham Zaazou told Saudi newspaper Okaz.
Twenty-six French tourists and 10 Egyptians were rescued on Thursday after a boat transporting them hit coral reefs and sank off the Red Sea coast, security sources said.
The sources had no further details on the incident, which o
The Egyptian government extended by six months the deployment of "some elements of the armed forces" outside Egypt's borders to defend national and Arab security in the Gulf, Red Sea and the Strait of Mandeb, state news agency MENA
The captain of an Iranian cargo ship which Iran says is carrying thousands of tonnes of aid to Yemen expects to enter the Bab al-Mandeb strait linking the Gulf of Aden with the Red Sea on Thursday morning, state news agency Irna reported.
State oil giant Saudi Aramco has put on hold its deepwater oil and gas exploration and drilling activities in the Red Sea because of high costs as it economises in an environment of low crude prices, industry sources said.
The cost of o