Latest in Tag: Borders Highlight
Latest in Tag: Borders
President avows confidence in military, allows live ammunition in Air Force parade
There have been several reports of accidents befalling Egyptian fishermen in recent months
The ministry released Egyptian-Saudi documents concerning the Red Sea islands following a wave of criticism regarding the new maritime demarcation
Former presidential runner-up accuses government of monopolising decision-making process
Court sets trial session to hear challenge of islands’ sovereignty transfer on 17 May amid widespread public criticism
45 people were killed including 28 militants, 10 security personnel, and seven civilians, according to ministry statement
Commentators have already called for banning Middle Eastern refugees from crossing their borders
Reported counter-terrorism operations witnessed a continued decrease from 191 in July to 177 in August
Tunnels intensify division, put more pressure on Palestinians due to rising prices, says Osama Shaath
Israel launched airstrikes across Gaza in response to alleged rocket fired from the strip
All social classes in Egypt are homophobic, but it’s perceived as less directed at the Western community
Egypt first decided to establish a 500 metre buffer zone in late October, following two deadly attacks in Sinai that left at least 30 military personnel dead.
Law intended to stabilise “sensitive regions, where people could have hostile intentions”, says analyst
Border closed for two days following rocket fire from Gaza to Israel
The Egyptian military has demolished an additional 20 tunnels between Sinai and Gaza, putting the total at 1659 tunnels destroyed, announced the armed forces spokesman on Friday. The Second Field Army also announced that it had arrested three Palestinian nationals while they were “attempting to sneak into Egyptian territory.” While patrolling Sinai the military also …
After two days of protests, the asylum seekers were taken back to Israel
Around 1,000 African migrant detainees, most of whom are Eritreans, had left the Holothuroidea Detention Facility in Israel on Friday, making their way on foot towards the Egyptian border to protest their detention in Israel and to ask for United Nations help.
Amid deteriorating conditions for journalists, human rights group calls on Egyptian authorities to stop targeting journalists
American soldiers are deployed in Sinai as part of a routine peacekeeping force
The mandate, which is expected to be presented to parliament early next week, would run to January 31, 2014.
May have been fired from Gaza
The fate of Eritreans fleeing to Sudan, Egypt, and Israel
Body was transferred through the Karam Salem crossing
“Assad should be replaced by Vice President Faruq al-Shara.” says Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu
The round struck Hatay province at the western end of Turkey’s frontier with Syria, prompting fresh retaliatory fire
Minister of interior agrees to appoint security personnel from Sinai
Gaza and West Bank borders closed for Yom Kippur but humanitarian and medical emergency services will be allowed through.
Israeli foreign minister says Israel won’t change peace treaty with Egypt