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We are living through a health crisis on a historic scale with the speed and scope of its global reach quite unprecedented. While the novel coronavirus pandemic is showing us the vulnerabilities of our societies and economies, it also clearly demonstrates the importance of adopting a global approach, multi-level cooperation, and standing together. This …
The UK is leading the charge. My government wants both to build back better in our own society, and also to support other countries in their own fight. We can only do this by working together. Whether this is through bilateral engagement, or through multilateral collective effort, the ultimate solution to this problem is, and has to be, a joint one.
Last year, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and Egypt. The friendship of the two countries has now come of age, ten years older than Daily News Egypt.
Launching the country’s vaccine drive in the fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), PM Modi said, “A vaccination drive at such a massive scale was never conducted before in history.”
Historically, far more people have been killed by diseases than wars. Such was the case with the 1918 influenza pandemic during and following World War I.
Investors certainly seem to think so. In a world ripe with opportunity and huge demand for investment on multiple fronts, from global warming to a global health pandemic, advanced manufacturing to artificial intelligence, or from urban renewal to clean energy, Egypt stands out as a magnet for international investors.
In this context, Egypt is convening the second edition of the Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development, which will be held virtually from 1-5 March 2021 under the motto “Shaping Africa’s New Normal: Recovering Stronger, Rebuilding Better”.
The International Labor Organization (ILO) expected in April 2020 that around 25 million jobs will be lost, due to partial and total lockdown in many countries. This affected around 2.7 billion workers, which means 4 out of 5 workers worldwide.
A vision that believes in science and scientists as a national wealth for their homelands and for the rest of the world.
This impact was felt by all, developing and developed countries alike. Multiple strategies were put into practice against a common enemy, yet the world, after over a year, remains powerless in redressing the brunt it has brought upon us.
While the health crisis is not yet in retreat globally, the unprecedented rapid development of vaccines and their ongoing rollout provide some optimism that we may be able to embark on a return to some form of “normalcy”.
Daily News Egypt has been providing a snapshot of Egyptian affairs for 15 years to a diverse set of readers inside the country, local and foreign businesspeople, and those who had never stepped foot in the country.
What has been more noticeable is the speed of such change, the variation in its severity, and its unpredictability in the light of the conditions of uncertainty.
Disruption expands into global commerce, growing food insecurity and education, taking away jobs from a massive 500 million people.
The Ethiopian system is still in an unprecedented state of fragility because tribalism and ethnic quotas rule the country. The current scene in Addis Ababa is the product of a long history of political crises that have accumulated over the past decades. Indeed, the problem is extremely complex, and there are no pre-prepared solutions to …
This follows on from the phenomenon of exploiting religion in the service of political goals, which has begun to spread again, but this time in the Middle East.
The US State Department confirmed, in a statement, that the proposed sale of missiles and related equipment “will support the foreign policy and national security of the United States, by helping improve the security of a major non-NATO ally that remains an important strategic partner in the Middle East”.
Egypt has exerted great efforts in dealing with the pandemic, and has been ranked first across Africa, third in the Middle East, and 25th globally in the COVID-19 resilience ranking issued by Bloomberg in November 2020.
Refugees have faced similar restrictions on their movement and employment opportunities for years.
The festival is considered a global women’s movement launched by British director and producer Jude Kelly in 2010, Artistic Director of the South Bank Centre, one of the largest cultural centres in Europe, on the centenary of International Women’s Day.
Indeed, what the terrorist organisation ISIS has done against humanity, including crimes, murder, and bombing, without discrimination, proves that these people do not belong to Islam.
The sequence of events confirms that the matter was not a coincidence, but was planned by external parties seeking to thwart the passage of the government from inside Libya
This week, Cairo hosted a new meeting for the Palestinian parties in an attempt to unify the family.
The recent state of confusion in Lebanese foreign policy will certainly have unfortunate consequences in the coming days, especially after the pro-Iranian Shi’a party, Hezbollah, placed its upper hand on this brotherly Arab country.
Every year in February, the US and Canada celebrate Black History Month, in memory of the prominent personalities and important events in the history of the African diaspora.
The US claims to be founded on human rights and defines itself as a defender of human rights around the world.
The US Congress has stirred up a new whirlwind in bringing up allegations of Egypt’s violations of human rights again.
The world is currently fighting a fierce war against ideological and intellectual terrorism. But the most important factor that helps overcome this crisis is awareness and the ability to take responsibility.
The past year was marked by the sudden onslaught of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The world economy has been plunged into the worst recession since the end of World War II, and a cold wave of severe recession has been seen with global challenges emerging one after another.
Since Beijing and Washington established diplomatic ties 42 years ago, people-to-people exchanges between the two sides have worked as a bridge and lubricant key to the improvement of the bilateral relations. Such exchanges, once supported by the leadership of both sides, have thrived in various fields with fruitful results. Yet regrettably, the previous U.S. administration …