Latest in Tag: War Highlight
Latest in Tag: War
There is the Russian-Ukrainian War, which has cast a shadow over the entire globe. In fact, it is a conflict of will between Washington and Moscow.
Today, in 2022, the world is already facing a historic turning point. In light of the continuous economic rise of Asia, a century of American hegemony over the world in light of the so-called “American peace” is about to end.
In a statement, Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady said that the president stressed Egypt’s keenness to strengthen cooperation and bilateral relations with Latvia and maintain coordination on political issues of mutual interest.
The most paramount of said decisions is that the PM agreed to except the families of civilian victims and casualties of military, terrorist, and security operations from the conditions for obtaining housing units via housing initiatives, similar to the families of martyrs and the wounded of the armed forces and the police.
China succeeded in removing its archenemy America with its economic policy that relies on investment in infrastructure, services, agriculture, and land reclamation in Africa
Several of Russia’s richest businessmen have publicly called for peace since President Vladimir Putin ordered the offensive on Feb. 24, including Mikhail Fridman, Pyotr Aven and Oleg Deripaska.
EGX loses about EGP 24.4bn in last Thursday’s trading session
Assistant Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs and Egyptians Abroad, Salah Abdel Sadek, received on Sunday the family of the citizen, where he assured them of his health condition and said that the embassy in Kyiv was giving him the required care.
This was in Uganda, when the Ethiopian side insisted on thwarting any hope for a solution that meets the demands of the three parties [Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia] without harming the interests of any of them.
Egyptian Armed Forces have been army of people for thousands of years, and their mission is to maintain homeland security
Challenge is even greater for low-income, emerging economies
The complex used to have an office where the sultan would receive the public to hear their complaints.
Cairo receives US invitation for meeting with Sudan, Ethiopia FMs in Washington
“A peaceful political solution is much better than a military solution,” says Bin Salman
UK, Germany agree on need for international response to Saudi attack: UK PM’s spokesperson
Nobel Peace prize awarded to President El-Sadat, third president in history of country
Files of terrorism, water, regional situation, not completely in our hands
Conflict in Yemen resulted in killing over 100,000 civilians
Deal between government, conflicting factions has been reached earlier this month to stop fighting
Photographer says his photographs were a campaign aimed to show support for the Syrian children in Aleppo
It is now 70 years since what was perhaps the most important trial in the history of mankind. What makes this circumstance particularly significant is that it was the first time in history that a murderous regime of a defeated state was put to trial by the victorious powers after a particularly cruel and vicious …
One of the many difficulties facing President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi lies in his handling of Egypt’s political dynamic from a single, incredibly narrow perspective. The president has tended to deal with political incidents and opponents separately and thus appears to be incapable of visualising the full picture. Applying a repressive policy to each individual political …
War, conflict, terrorism, cyberattacks, violent crime: Threatened people are investing in their protection. A new study sheds light on the current global risks and the security industry that profits from them.
When western countries are criticised for legitimising Egypt’s oppressive rule, excuses are offered in return. One response is that Egypt does not heed their concerns regarding the dire human rights conditions. “We’ve tried telling them, but they don’t listen,” is a common way of phrasing it. As to why business deals proceed smoothly despite Egypt’s …
Are we plagued with political hatred? This question always arises when I see some politicians criticise their opponents exaggeratedly and defame them enthusiastically, in a manner that only suits those who are oppressed and have a just cause, or those who have a deep hatred, akin to a mental illness. I read a book entitled …
The ministry released Egyptian-Saudi documents concerning the Red Sea islands following a wave of criticism regarding the new maritime demarcation
Participants of the meeting agreed unanimously that their final aim is to end this war, to reach permanent ceasefire, says UN envoy
Abu Salah, described as the “Islamic State’s” finance minister, has been killed by US-led airstrikes. US officials said that they have bolstered efforts to curb the militant group’s revenue-generating activities
By Omar Ghannam