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Latest in Day: October 25, 2021


Global inflationary pressures push Edita to raise product prices

This trend towards increasing the average selling prices is justified by the inflationary pressures prevailing in the global economic scene, as well as the rise in commodity prices on global stock exchanges, which would contribute to enhancing profitability rates, taking advantage of the high demand for “Molto” products.

Alyaa Stohy

UN envoy praises achievements of Libya’s Joint Military Commission

“The cease-fire agreement has paved the road for the Libyan-led and -owned comprehensive political process towards the sustainable stability, unity, prosperity, and full sovereignty of Libya,” said Jan Kubis, the special envoy of the UN Secretary-General and head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).

Xinhua

Ice hockey to find break-through in warm Egypt

The game was part of a three-day ice hockey event, Egypt Ice Hockey Experience 2021 (EIHE 2021), that kicked off on Sunday evening and was organized by Egyptian and foreign ice hockey lovers to promote the sport in Egypt, which doesn’t have a federation for winter sports or an ice hockey national team.

Xinhua

Hatem Sadiq

Opinion | Egypt and the International Monetary Fund

A few days ago, the International Monetary Fund raised its estimates for the growth of the Egyptian economy during 2021, while lowering its estimates for the growth of the global economy. In the latest World Economic Outlook report issued at the fall meetings of the International Monetary Fund today, the Fund expected the growth of …

Dr. Hatem Sadek

Kremlin says it was right to sever ties with NATO

“The aggressive position of NATO has never been a secret. This is a bloc that was created against our country. No peace-loving statements, no camouflage of this aggressive orientation can hide its true purpose,” Peskov told a Russian TV program.

Xinhua

116 illegal migrants rescued off Libyan coast

“Among them were 20 women and 7 children. They embarked from Zuwara one day earlier despite bad conditions. The International Red Cross (IRC) and the UNHCR provided urgent medical care, food and water to all survivors,” UNHCR said.

Xinhua

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