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Makram received Salama came in the wake of a viral video that stirred up Egyptians’ anger on social media, showing an Egyptian national passenger treated harshly by Romanian security guards onboard a flight coming from Bucharest to Cairo.
Despite Okeil’s satisfaction with Law, he expressed concern that Law would not be properly implemented, might be used against NGOs
Suspects were communicating with undercover agent posing as supporter of IS
Turkey’s illegal actions defy international law, endangering regional security, says Dendias
President inaugurates 7th National Youth Forum titled “Innovate, Start” held in New Capital
The Monday vote which aimed to override Trump’s vetoes has failed by 45 to 40, as to block Trump’s veto the Senate needed a two-thirds vote.
Number of Turkish military personnel injured in LNA’s airstrike in Misrata
Protest leaders called for suspension of talks with the military council
‘We will appeal decision; we submitted petition to release girl,’ says lawyer
The forces are using frigates, missile-launching boats, and mine hunters in the exercises. Special naval units, the coast guard, and F16 jet fighters are taking part in the drills.
Both leaders stressed need to reach two-state solution for Palestine-Israel conflict
Coats was tasked with overseeing 17 US intelligence agencies after 9/11
South Korea to join European mission in Strait of Hormuz
Pope Francis offered prayers for Libya’s shipwreck victims
Bishop was known for his moderate thoughts, says Pope
Syndicate of Pharmacists in Port Said called for urgent meeting
President met with King Abdullah II of Jordan on Monday
The forum will be held under the auspice of Al-Sisi and in the presence of many public figures, journalists, and ambassadors. This edition will focus on discussing recent adopted measures as part of the economic reform.
“We believe Egypt is a major nation in the world. We want to add the Chinese language among foreign languages in Egyptian schools,” Bo mentioned, noting that many other countries teach Chinese at schools.
Company plans to open 7 Branches in Beni Suef, Minya, Sohag, Qena to reach 35 branches
The Ministry of Health condemned the airstrike, saying that such attacks on medical institutions violates all local and international laws and conventions.
The detentions came around a protest to demand that opposition members be allowed to run in a local election. Authorities had declared it illegal and sought to block participation, but thousands of people turned up anyway in one of the longest and most determined protests of recent times.
Three attackers riding motorbikes opened fire on a gathering of mourners, the terrorist group leader, Bunu Bukar Mustapha, told AFP
Iran to restart activities at Arak heavy water facility
Capital’s mayor was seriously injured in attack, dozens killed
Protest leaders reject results of committee, request independent one
“He championed national consensus, women’s rights, full access of all Tunisians to country’s democratic processes,” says scholar
Tanzanian President John Magufuli laid the cornerstone of the Stiegler’s Gorge Dam project on Friday.
Rescued migrants should not be sent to detention centres, says UNHCR spokesperson
Rights group described executions as “horrific” “extrajudicial killings”