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Dr. Nabila Marzouk
Fri, 8 Jun 2012 11:26 EDT
visa for a a 6-day conference
Dear Sir/Madam,
I work as a lecturer in English literature and had a paper accepted for a conference in Greek on the 8th of July. I need to know the procedures for getting the visa, especially that i will make a 2-hour trip from outside Cairo. I sent an email and received no answer. i hope you have the patience to answer me.
mohamed ibrahim
Fri, 24 Feb 2012 04:50 EST
when can i interview for my visa
please advice when can i do so regarding i have my hotel reservations and airtickets done in crete,plz advice on mobile # : 01005010002.
reham ahmed mohamed
Wed, 6 Apr 2011 20:23 EDT
free scholarship
dear all
would you please inform me if i could find free scholarship in greece ,i am egyptian girl from cairo ,i graduated from greek and laitn department from ain shams university ,and i am working as cabin crew in airline company in egypt ,please contact me no my mobile 020175140608 or mail
thanks alot
mohamed abu al saud
Thu, 25 Nov 2010 20:37 EST
more relation with greece
we need more relations with greece in services and commerce
Pres Kendall
Fri, 29 Oct 2010 17:25 EDT
Alexander the Great
I am retired USA Army officer who has been in Egypt. I might know, generally, where the remains of Alexander the Great and his coffin are. They disappeared from Alexandria during the riots 100's of years ago and were carried by six priests in dark robes due south of Alexandira for four days and nights. The priests walked at night, rested by day. The hid the coffin which is medium green in color in a secret place where there is dripping water. It has remained undisturbed to this day. Please contact me to arrange retreiving it.

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