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Offensive left eight policemen killed during attack on a security checkpoint in Al-Arish
Egypt has been battling several armed groups, concentrated mainly in the Sinai Peninsula
One person killed; 10 others wounded according to media reports
Palestinians got angry when forces allowed Jews to enter the site
Yahya Rahim Safavi who served before as the chief commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps threatened that crude oil prices will exceed the $100 per barrel mark if any clash between the two countries took place.
Three Syrian soldiers killed in airstrikes near Damascus
Speech given in celebration of Laylat Al-Qadr, considered the holiest night of year for Muslims
The 2,889-metre-long table offered food for 7,000 people, including the representatives of the Guinness World Record, according to a statement by the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD).
Interior ministry allows exceptional visit for prisoners during Eid al-Fitr
The OIC summit was held under the theme “Hand in Hand toward the Future.”
Total of 177,000 people benefit from company’s medical campaigns from 2011 to date
Trump’s advisor seeks to drum up support for US plan
Bolton added that there had been an unsuccessful attack on Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea port of Yanbu a couple of days before the operation off the coast of the UAE. Saudi officials were not immediately available for comment.
Bill drafted by Al-Qasabi to provide social, economic, political support for women
In Al-Shorouk private newspaper, editor-in-chief Emad El-Din Hussein tackled in his Monday’s opinion piece Burhan’s visit to Cairo
Organisation called for western countries to stop military support to Egypt
Egyptian FM heads to Saudi Arabia for preparations of OIC summit
Operation takes place following Egypt’s General Intelligence head’s visit to Libya
Summit to adopt political declaration on bilateral cooperation
Protesters demand a swift transition to civilian rule, fearful that military rulers will replace one dictatorship with another.
Trump said on Monday that he “really believe that Iran would like to make a deal, and I think that’s very smart of them, and I think that’s a possibility to happen.”
‘Deal of century or of shame shall go to hell,’ says Abbas
Yemen facing world’s largest humanitarian crisis
Syrian state media said that 1 soldier was killed in an “Israeli aggression”
President also met with prime minister, investment minister, reviewed economic efforts
UN said ending FGM is in line with National Strategy to Empower Egyptian Women 2030
Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt have imposed an economic and diplomatic boycott on Qatar since June 2017 over allegations that Doha supports terrorism. Meanwhile, Qatar denies the charges.
Tension between the two nations has significantly increased in recent weeks. Earlier, the US announced the deployment of 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East to counter “credible threats” from Iran in a move denounced by Tehran on Saturday as “a threat to international peace.”
UAE will back Sudan, urging all parties to commit to dialogue, says Abu Dhabi Crown Prince
Cairo also reiterated its call for action to confront all forms of terrorism and extremism via drying funding resources for terror groups.