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Germany, US mark Holocaust Remembrance Day 

Germany, US mark Holocaust Remembrance Day 

The Holocaust marks the darkest chapter of German history and must never be forgotten. Germany is committed to drawing the lessons from its past for the present and the future. Speaking during the event, German Ambassador Frank Hartmann stressed: “It is our duty as a nation and as humans, to keep the memory alive and make sure that history does not repeat itself. Never forget, and never again. This became a supreme priority of our education, and of our Foreign Policy

Daily News Egypt

Egyptian Foreign Minister heads to Moscow

Egyptian Foreign Minister heads to Moscow

Ahmed Abu Zeid, the spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry, said that Minister Shoukry is scheduled to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of industry and Trade Denis Manturov, and Secretary General of the Russian National Security Council Nikolai Patrushev, to discuss several issues of mutual interest.

Sami Hegazi

Egypt, US have sustainable partnership: Antony Blinken

Egypt, US have sustainable partnership: Antony Blinken

Blinken met on Sunday with a number of Egyptian youth at the American University in Cairo (AUC), which he said was an ancient institution that had witnessed the training and education of thousands of Egyptians and Americans, and had been a communication platform for years.

Sami Hegazi

UN chief calls for actions to stop online hate speech, extremism

UN chief calls for actions to stop online hate speech, extremism

“The online world is one of the main reasons that hate speech, extreme ideologies and misinformation are disseminating so fast around the world,” said the UN chief, calling on all those involved to do more to stop the spread, and set up enforceable “guardrails.”

Xinhua

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EU justice ministers discuss cooperation in fighting cross-border crime

“Organized crime has never posed such a threat to the EU and its citizens as it does today,” Sweden’s Minister for Justice Gunnar Strommer said in a press release. “This is particularly true in Sweden. Effective judicial cooperation is therefore crucial as we step up the fight against cross-border crime.”

Xinhua

Opinion| A glimmer of hope in the Libyan crisis

Opinion| A glimmer of hope in the Libyan crisis

Cairo embraced the Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, and the Head of Libya’s High Council of State, Khaled Al-Mishri. This is before hosting a meeting between the General Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, and Chairperson of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Menfi, and then finally between the trio of Haftar, Saleh, and Al-Menfi.

Hatem Sadek

Global economic recession hits the world's rich and poor alike

Opinion| Global economic recession hits the world’s rich and poor alike

In an open letter titled “The Ultimate Cost of Wealth,” the world’s rich asserts that there is no point in meeting the global elite in Davos because they are discussing cooperation in a divided world. “We must challenge the root cause of division. This requires standing up for democracy, building cooperation, and taking action to build fairer economies right now – it’s not a problem that can be left to our children to solve,” the letter says.

Marwa El- Shinawy