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American firm conducts study to recover Egyptian cotton’s reputation, says Tawfik
The deep Nubian Sandstone Basin, which covers the Western Desert, the largest underground aquifer in the world, passes through Egypt, Libya, Sudan, and Chad
Even though it is not an Arab country, Chad has many Arab characteristics. Ramadan in Chad is an Arab and African combination. Besides French, Arabic is the official language and the one used in daily life in Chad, especially among Muslims, who form a majority of the country. The name of the country is taken …
In Libreville, Gabon, residents ventured out on the streets and surveyed damage after two days of riots sparked by a disputed presidential poll. There was little to choose between the main candidates, writes Dirke Köpp.
Cameroon has accepted an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union on the dismantling of customs barriers, even though it told members of a regional bloc it would hold out for a better deal.
African leaders have come together in Rwanda this week for their 27th summit. Proposals include a new Africa-wide passport but most Africans are skeptical.
Survivors and human rights groups have praised the ruling by a special court in Senegal to sentence former Chad dictator Hissene Habre to life in prison
Harsh condemnation of IS, Boko Haram ideology by Egyptian foreign ministry and Dar Al-Ifta; Chad and Niger attack Boko Haram on Nigerian soil
Latest attack left more than 100 dead
Egypt’s prime minister discusses economic, cultural ties, lobbies to lift African Union suspension
A new report published by the United Nations says illicit arms from the Libyan civil war fuelling conflicts in the wider region
Plunges ten places in World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index
Abduction confirmed by an aid group and a security source