The Egyptian Organisation for Standardisation and Quality (EOS) has adopted 49 new standard specifications for locally and imported vehicles. The new specifications were issued under standard No 8153 of 2018 and aim to improve safety and security conditions for vehicles. A government source said that the new specifications come in line with Egypt’s accession to …
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As part of the security apparatus’s efforts to capture the perpetrators in the deadly Al-Wahat attack, the Egyptian air force prevented an attempt to smuggle arms and explosives into the country through the western borders with Libya, a statement by the spokesperson of the military forces, Tamer Al-Refaee, said on Monday. Doing so, the air …
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The decision was discussed and approved by a governmental committee
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The Supreme Council of Armed Forces announces the details of the Rafah deadly attack, vowing to avenge the killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near Rafah.