Need to Know
More from Egypt
With visitors deterred by security warnings, this ecolodge has been pushed even further off the beaten track.
Aden had the world’s second-busiest port before the Suez Canal was abruptly closed.
- Fast Forward
Water from the Nile, which birthed one of the world’s first civilizations, is no longer reaching Egypt’s rice farmers, leaving millions at risk of impoverishment.
When terrorists linked to Osama bin Laden tried — but failed — to kill Hosni Mubarak in 1995, it was the beginning of the end for al-Qaeda in Sudan.
- Rising Stars
After a friend was surrounded by six men in Cairo, Shadw Helal built an app so women could get much-needed help.
Explore the world with OZY.COM
This year, OZY will be bringing you untold stories from every single country on the map, one day at a time, to introduce you to new people, new trends and new places. Travel with us for sights, sounds, and surprises from across our diverse world.View Full Series