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Visit came two weeks after US decided to restore $195m in military aid to Egypt
Egypt now has a new business model that depends on manufacturing, expansion, and exporting, which is different from the old trade-oriented patterns, says Tawfik
Negotiations underway to introduce technology, leather products within QIZ agreement
Inequality in the Middle East and North Africa has a negative effect on sustainable development efforts, says Nasr
US secretary of commerce demands Egypt facilitate the participation of US companies in government tenders
Both leaders already met recently during the Arab Summit in Jordan
Egyptian ministers praise the meetings as successful
Shoukry’s visit to Washington lasted for about three days, as he met with US high security officials and intellectuals
Tillerson confirms significance of Egypt’s role in fighting IS
Egypt should discuss that it is listed the US administration’s electronic device ban on flights, says Hassan Nafaa
The minister continued his meetings with high-ranking officials in the US during his third day in Washington
Whether protesting or showing support, the unique nature of Donald Trump’s rise to the presidency was the driving force for people to attend his inauguration.
The head of the EU Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs Elmar Brok tells DW why the US election race scares him and why he is not sure anymore who will win.
The foreign minister is expected to participate in several meetings to discuss unrest caused by IS in Arab countries
US Secretary of State John Kerry has met Russian President Vladimir Putin as part of an effort to salvage the stalled Syria peace process. The pair discussed cooperation against Islamic State and other militant groups.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on Italy to launch urgently needed economic reforms to accelerated anemic growth and head off a looming crisis in its financial industry.
A seven-year inquiry into the UK’s involvement has concluded that London failed to exhaust all peaceful options. Ex-premier Tony Blair said he assumes “full responsibility” for any mistakes that arose from the conflict.
Delaware’s reputation as a corporate haven has landed it in hot water with other parts of the US. Texas has said the tiny state must pay back what has taken on abandoned money orders.
Omran will hold talks with three international investment institutions which manage investments of $100bn to discuss possible investment in the EGX
The Ministry report will detail activities of 1,300 Egyptian companies and compare their performance to the period before the revolution
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has inaugurated a Turkey-sponsored Islamic center built in the style of an Ottoman mosque. Controversial leader fends of charges of authoritarianism, says intolerance on the rise.
The two leaders’ poor relationship is the stuff of Washington legend, the frequency of their encounters not a sign of mutual affection but the sheer volume of grim business they have dealt with during their overlapping tenures.
The US Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, DC, has announced the arrival of a rare giant panda cub. Panda mother Mei Xing and her unnamed cub are both said to be doing well.
Country represents US link with Africa: Mehleb
US is striving to expand its influence in Africa, Egypt heads project to develop its African interests, strategic expert says
Al-Sisi administration hopes to take advantage of the summit to reassure US businessmen regarding the Egyptian economy
In a sign of Washington’s unease, no senior US cabinet members will be attending the inauguration, with State Department Counselor Thomas Shannon asked to lead the delegation.
US companies such as Yahoo Inc, Cisco Systems Inc, Microsoft Corp and Facebook Inc threaten the cyber-security of China and its Internet users, said the People’s Daily on its microblog, in comments echoed on the front page of the English-language China Daily.