|Editor in Chief||Mohamed Abd El-Baky|
|Photographer||Mohsen Allam (editor)|
|Publisher||Egyptian Media Group|
|Company||Egyptian Media Group|
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Egypt Today was first published in 1979.It covers Egyptian current affairs and some international news. The magazine is published by IBA media, which also publishes Business Today Egypt , another monthly magazine. Both magazines are based in Cairo.
In March 2005, the magazine was banned in the country due to its article on the 2005 presidential election.The 2013 circulation of the magazine was about 14,500 copies.
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