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Nasr calling Ukrainian firms to participate in megaprojects
Ukrainian companies to participate in Egypt’s public sector reform
Considering establishing joint Egyptian-Brazilian economic committee to enhance cooperation between two countries in various productive, service sectors, says minister
Egypt’s Ministry of Agriculture denies any changes to wheat import rules
Deciding who will lead the United Nations after Ban Ki-moon is a complex and convoluted process. Mats Berdal tells DW that the conflicts in Syria and Ukraine mean politics will likely play a big role in the decision.
Human rights groups accuse both the government and Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine of secretly abducting and imprisoning civilians. David Stern in Kyiv looks at why some say this is only part of the story.
Ukraine declared independence 25 years ago. The Soviet Union was beyond saving. Now, Ukraine is once again fighting for self-determination, writes DW’s Bernd Johann.
Tensions between Ukraine and Russia have been rising in recent weeks.
More and more people in Russia are being given jail sentences for controversial posts on the internet. Simply questioning the annexation of Crimea is enough to lead to charges. Now, laws have been tightened once again.
Joachim Löw’s side have won their first game of the European Championships, beating Ukraine 2-0 in Lille. The German national team has never lost their first game of Europe’s major international tournament.
A total of 363,500 tourists visited Egypt from around the world in January 2016, a registered decrease of 46.3%, according to a press release by the Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) Wednesday
Wheat quantities to be supplied in March from France, Romania, Ukraine, and Argentine
The Ukraine-Russia conflict is increasingly polarizing people of both countries. But these couples are bridging the nationality gap and growing stronger together.
Negotiations between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine aimed at resolving disagreements over a free trade deal between Brussels and Kiev have failed, adding to the already deep divisions between the three sides.
As Russia embarks on an anti-“Islamic State” bombing campaign in Syria, President Vladimir Putin seems to be reverting to tried and true tactics. Fiona Clark reports from Moscow
GASC contracts to buy 23,000 tonnes of wheat from Europe