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Breast cancer second leading cause of death globally, top cause of death for women
The Breast Cancer Foundation of Egypt (BCFE) organised and held a football match for breast cancer patients for the first time in Egypt and the world. The teams included breast cancer fighters and players from AIMZ Girls Football Academy. Mohammed Shaalan, professor of oncology and head of the BCFE, said that the prevailing impression in …
All Egyptians have fighting spirits in themselves, they are physically strong and possess incredible agility, says Thai ambassador
Delivery of MiG-29 fighter jets to Egypt is according to contract signed during Putin visit to Egypt in 2014, says FSMTC deputy director
Turkey has yet to confirm the truce after launching an offensive against the “Islamic State” and Kurdish forces in northern Syria. But Kurdish-backed militas said they would continue to negotiate with Turkish forces.
Foreign fighters are motivated by “excitement” and “social exclusion felt in Europe,” a report commissioned for the EU presidency says. Germany has ranked in the top four origin countries for those fighting abroad.
Islam Hamzay disappeared on 3 January 2016, allegedly as a result of an enforced disappearance
A report by an observatory in Dar Al-Ifta says ISIS is “unusual” when it comes to the role of women in takfiri terrorist organisations
ISIS-affiliated website publishes images of alleged suicide bombers in Libya, claiming they are group members
At least nine car bombs went off throughout the morning, when the city is typically gridlocked.
Niger, an impoverished but mineral-rich former French colony which adjoins southern Libya, has had to contend with numerous Islamist attacks and kidnappings on its own soil, some of which have threatened the security of its uranium production.
Friends of Syria state rejection of intervention that can lead to further bloodshed
Fighters from the Seleka rebel coalition took control of the presidential palace to declare their victory
After collapse of two month old peace deal, rebels enter the Central African Republic capital
The presence of fighters in central Mali would indicate rebel groups are gaining ground