Although female genital mutilation (FGM) is not only of no health benefit but also harmful on the physical and physiological levels, more than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle
The number of tourists coming into the Middle East and North Africa has gone up from 24.2 million to 1.3 billion, according to the World Bank. Several countries witnessed a downturn because of the Arab Spring, others had a boom.
The tech industry diversity statistics in 2018 show that the industry is overwhelmingly white and male. The number of women in Apple and Google barely passed the 30% mark, while Microsoft has a mere 26%. Only 3% of Google’s employees are
Only 17% of the United States’ public today say they can trust the government in Washington to do what is right “just about always” (3%) or “most of the time” (14%), according to Pew Research Center. This makes the statistics
This year is on its way to be the third hottest on record globally, according to Climate Central. Last year was the fourth warmest, behind 2016 (the warmest), 2015, and 2017. With the climate drastically changing to become warmer comes disaster
Unemployment affects everyone in Egypt, but women more so than men, as shown by comparing figures between 2007 and 2017. The unemployment rate among men went from 5.9% to 8.2%. Meanwhile, unemployed women were at 18.6% and went up to
Egypt ranked third in the region as 22.4% of the population smokes daily, as per the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2016. Almost half of Egyptian men, exactly 44.7%, smoke on a daily basis, while only 0.2 of the country’s
Football dates back to more than 2,500 BC, where it was known to the Greeks, the Japanese, the Chinese, and the ancient Egyptians. Egyptians call the sport Al-Sahera Al-Mostadeera (the Enchanting Game): it captivates their minds and hearts in ways the greatest magicians fail to do so. Since their establishment, Egypt’s two top football clubs Al-Ahly and Al-Zamalek have been locked in rivalry. This info graph narrates the history of their victories and defeats throughout the past century.
Economists measure the change in price through what’s called an inflation index. The inflation index measures the change in price of some major consumer goods, from time to time. On the other hand, people feel this change faster. Being a
Women lead fewer than 7 percent of Arab higher-education institutions, according to a detailed survey conducted by Al-Fanar Media and InfoTimes, an independent data analysis company. Nine Arab countries currently have no female academic leaders at all: Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti,