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An increasing number of US personnel in Moscow have reported incidents of intimidating, sometimes violent behavior by Russian agents. John Kerry took the matter to President Putin personally.
The congress is currently visiting to meet Al-Sisi, other government officials
Several US members of congress have visited Egypt in recent months
The top diplomats also discussed regional updates, including the peace process
EU officials have called for the UK to start the exit process “as soon as possible” after voters decided to leave the bloc. But the US president said their decision speaks to the “challenges raised by globalization.”
One of the six soldiers in the iconic World War II photograph showing the raising of the US flag at Iwo Jima was misidentified, according to a new historical study. The men have been immortalized in popular culture.
Seeking to avoid a major trial in the US, Volkwagen has set up a massive fund to pay up for Dieselgate-related damages in the US. The US Department of Justice has called for a plan to be finalized by the end of July.
US Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen is sensing “considerable uncertainty” with regard to the American economy and warns of “significant repercussions” if Britain votes to break with the European Union.
Firing his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski won’t solve the core issue of Donald Trump’s presidential run, a US elections scholar tells DW. To get to the root of the problem, Trump simply needs to look in the mirror.
Are Islamist ‘lone wolves’ a US phenomenon? Researcher David Schanzer tells DW why they, rather than members of organized terror cells, have carried out multiple shootings there – and where they may strike next.
DIA chief Vincent Stewart is on an official visit to Egypt
Delaware’s reputation as a corporate haven has landed it in hot water with other parts of the US. Texas has said the tiny state must pay back what has taken on abandoned money orders.
Bernie Sanders says he will not give up and tells his supporters in California that he still has hope for next Tuesday’s primary in the District of Columbia
Toy soldiers (miniature figurines representing real soldiers) have a long history. They have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs, and have since appeared in many cultures and eras. During the 18th century, toy soldiers became very popular, inspired by the military exploits of Frederik the Great, the King of Prussia. An important producer of plastic soldiers in …
The 2002 Arab initiative ‘still has all elements for a comprehensive settlement’, says Saudi foreign minister
The agreement aims to protect personal data transferred across the Atlantic, following revelations of large-scale US snooping. The “Umbrella Agreement” will aid in the fight against cross-border crime and terrorism.
US agribusiness giant Monsanto has rejected a multi-billion takeover bid by German pharma and crop science firm Bayer, saying the offer was too low. However, they were open to further talks on a merger, they said.
US role in Sinai peacekeeping mission expected to be part of discussions
Shoukry put an emphasis on the strategic importance of the Egyptian-US relations in a meeting with congresswoman Kay Granger
This delivery is the most recent step taken by the US government in support of Egypt’s fight against terrorism, says US embassy in Cairo
Donald Trump is easily the most unorthodox figure set to become the presidential candidate of one of the major US parties in a long time. But compared to some other presidential contenders he looks – well, conventional.
US Senator John Thune has demanded to know if Facebook purposely buried conservative news stories. Facebook has denied the claims, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded with a promise to investigate.
Fresh figures have shown the US economy has added far fewer jobs than expected by analysts. While non-farm payrolls increased, the figure wasn’t impressive enough to suggest the Fed would raise interest rates in June.
US auto safety regulators have ordered Japanese manufacturer Takata to recall millions more inflators installed in cars in the United States. They said the airbags concerned would have to be replaced in several phases.
Car sales in the US are on track to shatter last year’s record of 17.5 million units shifted to customers. But German carmaker VW continues to feel the impact of its scandal over its emissions-cheating software.
For the first time in 50 years, a US cruise ship, the “Adonia”, has anchored in Havana’s harbor, symbolizing a new era for the long-time enemy states.
During his last appearance as US leader at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, Barack Obama pulled out all the comedic stops. He finished his speech with “a mic drop” and the words “Obama out.”
Roshdy was found dead near a rubbish bin in Indianapolis last Friday
The delegation will inspect security procedures for passengers and luggage, and security measures taken on EgyptAir flights to the United States
US secretary of state John Kerry will arrive in Egypt on Wednesday in a brief visit to the region during which he will also visit Saudi Arabia