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Interior minister asserts success in countering terrorism and says the ministry did not ask citizens to leave Al-Arish
Johnson’s visit to Egypt aimed at supporting Egypt’s economy, UK to grant $150m loan for economic reform
Accusations include leaking draft law to foreign embassies and forging signatures of colleagues
A sentence of seven years imprisonment against Azmy was revoked in 2013 by the Cassation Court
The meeting discussed military coordination to face terrorism
Al-Azhar institution expresses support for Copts, demands security protection
Both meetings will focus on bilateral relations, regional issues, and counter-terrorism
The initial trial was postponed to 21 March
The Egyptian state has regained its prestige, Al-Sisi claimed
This is Merkel’s first visit to Egypt after meeting Al-Sisi in Berlin in 2015
Syndicate elections will take place before the verdict is being issued
Shoukry is further expected to travel to the US for meetings with American diplomats
Israeli authorities have rejected a request from Human Rights Watch (HRW) to grant a work visa to the watchdog’s regional director. The state officials accused HRW of being “hostile” and serving Palestinian propaganda.
Government troops have taken Ghazlani army base, an important launch pad for pushing “Islamic State” militants out of the city. About 750,000 civilians are still trapped in the western part of Mosul.
The UN-brokered Syria peace talks are set to resume in Geneva on Thursday. But with a fragmented opposition, Staffan de Mistura questioned how much progress could be made in the initial talks.
An explosion at a shopping area in Lahore has killed at least eight and wounded dozens in the country’s latest surge of violence. The blast came a day after the military announced the start of an anti-terror operation.
Government troops and local fighters were on the cusp of pushing the terrorists out of their last stronghold in the city. Losing Mosul could spell the end of IS’ power in the country.
The prosecution also ordered to the referral of two of the café managers to the Misdemeanor Court, as they are accused of detaining the customers and collecting money from the customers illegally
Current president Yehia Qallash, candidate Abdel Mohsen Salama, and former candidate hopeful Diaa Rashwan indirectly debating through media outlets
Germany is the best country to invest in Egypt, so having strong ties with it will support our national economy, says political science professor Hassan Nafaa
The 16 defendants are accused of initiating a riot that led to the death of 22 fans in February 2015
The visit deepens bilateral military relations and defence industry cooperation, says army spokesperson
The IS-affiliated group of “Sinai Province” is believed to be responsible for the crime and aims to drive Copts from North Sinai, says Al-Arish MP
Affiliated forces pledge to continue the large-scale sweeping operation inside Mount Helal
Hassan Shehata and 3 other were brutally murdered and dragged around streets in Giza in 2013