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The government is currently engaged in international commercial and legal disputes
The statement comea a few weeks ahead of planned protests for 30 June and amid an already-ailing economy one year into President Mohamed Morsi’s tenure.
The meeting discussed the findings of the report issued by an international panel of experts which political leaders described as ‘worrisome’
President of the International Association of Judges arrives in Cairo to participate in conference
Students reject the minister’s presence at a conference, calling him a ‘harasser’
Twenty-two countries will protest against sexual harassment of female protesters
Yesterday 133 flights – 78 international and 55 local – departed Egypt, filled to an average of 67.5% capacity, while 126 were scheduled to leave today, 72 of which are international flights, and 54 domestic.
Aung San Suu Kyi continues her international tour
Anti-corruption cartoonist whose arrest sparked international concern over freedom of expression rights is released
Though supposedly on hold, air stewards’ strike is still impacting Cairo International airport activities
By Inaam El Adawy The Federation of the Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC) has adopted an initiative to review the trade agreements signed with Egypt in previous years. The initiative is aimed at seeking methods to derive optimal benefit from the agreements. “We are currently studying the free trade agreements between Egypt and other states, to …
By Wilfried Lemke, Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace During this break in the action between the closing of the Olympic Games and the opening of the Paralympic Games in London this Friday, we have a unique opportunity to consider how both events can improve people’s lives …