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Violence erupted in Addis Ababa and the outlying Oromia on Wednesday after local activist accused security forces of trying to attack him
‘I believe Egypt has shown good faith more than it should, as its stance was very wise,’ says professor Noha Bakr
Past five years already have seen remarkable growth in activities of Russian companies in a number of African countries
Fitch forecasts Egypt’s GDP growth to average 4.5% y-o-y to 2028, from 3.6% in 2009-2018 period
PM sets deadline to contain outrage, Hezbollah dismisses government resign calls
Despite all his achievements in Ethiopia, the GERD dispute is still unsettled
‘Withdrawing support from SDF is a small price to pay for getting Turkey to relieve Trump of Syria burden,” says Fellow
“Our programmes contribute to stability, prosperity for Egyptians,” says Carlin
If Egypt is anything, it’s a country with a rich history. Although, archeologists have made many discoveries that date to Egypt in ancient times some mysteries are still puzzling them.
“Tunisians gravitating toward people from outside system to bring them what they want, whether it is economic improvement or social dignity,” says think tank fellow
Some experts suggest citizens cannot yet feel decline due to other services not included by CAPMAS
Sudan’s transitional government seeks new era with Egypt through extraditing wanted Islamists, MB members, says political expert
‘Prime minister is in the midst of a death match for his political career,’ says analyst
The 911 attacks were conducted by the militant group of Al-Qaeda which is considered as one of the fiercest jihadi organisations in the world and includes thousands of fighters
Sudanese cabinet include four female ministers for first time
Tunisia’s Ennahda named a candidate for first time since 2011 revolution
Experts debated over the draft law, showing its cons and pros
Hundreds of protesters gathered near Bab al-Hawa crossing, shortly before Russia announced a “unilateral ceasefire,” on Saturday morning in this area of north-western Syria.
‘Johnson’s attempt is an outrage, a threat to our democracy,’ says Labour leader
Increase in fertility rates, securing water resources represent long-term economic challenges
Offices were allocated in all metro stations to receive citizens’ complaints
The group regards itself as a community of values, with freedom and human rights, democracy and the rule of law, and prosperity and sustainable development as its key principles.
Reham Saeed comes under fire after describing obese people as “dead and burden to state”
After last week’s violent attack against Shia wedding, does IS only attack civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan?
“Happy Yemen” sucked into quagmire of proxy wars, famine with no end in sight
Police forces reportedly encourages citizens to report on each other and send a text message to locate women who don’t wear hijab
Pyongyang protested against joint US-South Korea military drills, largely computer-simulated, calling them a rehearsal for war
How will a no-deal Brexit, which is highly expected by politicians, affect the Scottish question of independence, and British economy?
Eleiwa says that billet imports reached 1.59 million tonnes last year, El Garhy believes industry is going through a tough period
The army officer-turned-terrorist Ashmwai confessed he was recruiting physicians to be part of a militant group he was forming during the Muslim Brotherhood’s Rabaa sit-in in 2013.