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Seven countries participated in test drive
Should one remain silent when injustice takes place legally? In 2012, three men spoke up and brought an enormous tax scandal to light. Now they are on trial for doing so. A verdict will be handed down Wednesday.
Germany’s top diplomat Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged Brexit talks to start “as soon as possible” after meeting representatives of the EU’s founding nations. His colleagues also put pressure on London to hurry talks up.
Hegazy’s office played the role of legal adviser in the process of establishing the fund with a capital of $25m.
“We proved that the positive approach in conflict prevention and peace building is much more engaging and appealing for the masses all around the world than waiting for governments’ actions alone,” says co-founder
Foreign ministry intensifies efforts to support Economic Summit
Reuters – Luxembourg’s parliament could pass a bill as soon as two months from now to facilitate its first issue of sovereign sukuk, though an upcoming budget vote may delay approval for five months, a legislative official told Reuters. Last month, the Luxembourg government presented a bill to parliament to allow the securitisation of assets …
Iranian foreign minister contacts his Egyptian counterpart in the wake of “interference in Egyptian affairs”
US Secretary of State Kerry announces increase in aid while Kamel Amr pushes for negotiations