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The 103 army battalion members of the checkpoint faced a violent and unprecedented attack that depended on suicide bombers and car bombs, and despite this, they kept engaging the militants till the last breath and with unique courage.
Egypt was capable to be ranked as the 10th strongest military power in the world in 2018, and this year according to (GFP), the Egyptian armed forces is the 12th globally.
Average spending of tourists may increase, supported by increase in fuel, diesel prices, says El Damery
Bank signs agreement to discuss situation of vehicles purchased by credit facilities
Greek company competed with RWE, Neptune and Cairn, says industry source
Landmark trade pact raises hopes for unified prosperous African continent
MIIC, GAFI to continue enhancing regulatory framework of investment, says Nasr
Museum established in 1764, contains over 3m artefacts including Pharaonic ones
Tobacco industry presently undergoing drastic changes. Past few years witnessed great development in use of modern technology to develop better tobacco and nicotine products
Institutional weaknesses, unfavourable external backdrop may weigh in on growth, inflationary pressure to rise, says the bank
New banking draft law negatively affects dividends of small capital banks, slight impact of IFRS 9 on capital
Dorra Group to focus on contracting, facility management in near-term future
FX reserves increased to $44.352bn end of May: CBE
About 30 programmes are being implemented in a variety of areas, says Swedish ambassador
Tourism financing from global institutions still very weak, says minister
New electricity, fuel prices will hike monthly inflation: Saada
The top court in the British overseas territory also ruled that it can keep the ship for a further 14 days as it interviews the, mostly Indian and Pakistani, crew to determine whether or not it was attempting to flout European Union (EU) sanctions against bringing oil to Syria.