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Egypt is rushing to prepare a grandiose new capital in the desert east of Cairo before the first officials move out this summer and before the delayed official opening of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s flagship project.
In the heart of the city, workers are putting the finishing touches on an avenue of ministries that echoes the architecture of pharaonic temples and adjoins an elevated Islamic complex, two domed parliamentary buildings and a vast presidential complex.
There will be a monorail that will run through a business district where a 1,200 foot central tower is about to be completed. Beyond, the outlines of a park extending to a giant mosque emerge.
Susan Chen, Aric, Eric, Alex Chen, 2019 Oil on canvas. Susan chen In an art world that reflects the country’s overall inequality in terms of the distribution of wealth, it is undeniable that artists have been strained by the crises of 2020. Starting during a state of emergency has put pressure on them. recent MAE […]
Lately, there has been a lot of activity in the electric and hydrogen-electric utility vehicle space. It seems almost every day there’s a new element about a truck maker and a tech company or battery maker making a deal to jointly develop electric vehicles (EVs). I think both sides have realized that by working together […]
Rick pearson | Chicago Tribune (TNS) Old United States Representative Ray LaHood resigned as chairman of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum on Monday, just days after federal prosecutors said he “willfully” failed to disclose a $ 50,000 loan from a national foreigner when he was a member of President Barack Obama’s cabinet. Gov. […]