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Expert addresses absence of political parties from presidential elections
Shoukry asserts Egypt’s support to Palestine in response to alleged recordings
As part of a heavy-handed crackdown on foreign media, Apple has complied with a request from unnamed Chinese authorities to remove two New York Times apps from its app store in ChinaThe technology giant removed both the English and Chinese-language news apps from its mainland China store on December 23, according to a report in the newspaper on Thursday.
The families of two Americans killed in a 2012 terror attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, claim that Hillary Clinton was responsible for their deaths. Clinton was Secretary of State at the time.
Internet pioneer Yahoo appears close to a deal to sell its core online assets to telecom giant Verizon. Several media reports hinted an official announcement was likely to be made in the course of Monday.
Revered “New York Times” photographer Bill Cunningham has died at the age of 87. With a career spanning more than four decades, he became renowned for capturing the essence of New York fashion.
Israel, not Egypt, is the cause of Gaza’s woes, says Foreign Ministry
Ministry’s spokesman criticises NYT report on Mohamed Soltan
By Ahmed Tharwat Thomas Friedman, New York Times foreign affairs columnist, winner of three Pulitzer prizes, writer of several bestselling books, is a man known for his big ideas. Friedman never ceases to amaze us with a new ‘big idea’ every now and then, from the bizarre to the ridiculous. For example, Friedman created the …
By Khalid Mahmoud The New York Times wrote a report last week detailing how Egypt, in cooperation the United Arab Emirates, conducted a joint airstrike against Islamist militias in Libya. The report, written by the newspaper’s Office Director in Cairo, David Kirkpatrick, and Editor Eric Smith, went on to tell the details of the airstrike, …
By Matthew Timmerman Now well into its fourth year, the crisis in Syria stands as the world’s worst refugee crisis since the Rwandan genocide exactly 20 years ago. It’s believed a variety of Syria-specific circumstances have resulted in the scope of the disaster witnessed, the most notable being the nature of the stalemate. Not just any …
Decision to suspend military and financial aid still undecided
City entrances closed as disobedience continues despite attempts by Mekki to respond to demands