The World Bank named Egypt 2008's top economic reformer in the Middle East for the third year in a row
The Egyptian Field Hospital at Bagram in Afghanistan treats more than 7,200 Afghan patients every month
The Aswan High Dam generates enough electricity in one year to power one million televisions for 20 years
In 2002, Egypt unveiled the New Bibliotheca Alexandrina near the spot where Alexandria's ancient library stood
Through an agreement with Egypt, Iraq will export its gas to Europe through the Arab Gas Pipeline by 2010
Egypt passed constitutional amendments in 2007 to strengthen its civil state and provide equal protection for all citizens.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is serving a two year term as co-president of the Union for the Mediterranean.
Egypt’s government has made deregulation and development of its telecommunications sector a priority.
The National Council for Childhood & Motherhood was established as a government authority to oversee child development and protection.
The newly discovered tombs of artisans who built the Pyramids indicate that they were paid and respected.
The Smart Village, a leading IT and high tech hub, is part of an initiative to create technology districts all over Egypt.
A system of canals being built in Egypt will create 2.8 million new jobs and increase Egypt’s arable land area by 20 percent.
A new satellite launched in August 2010 will improve Egypt's television broadcast and communications services.