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There is just one concept at play here: the recognition that has been given to Field Marshal Tantawi is a message of loyalty from Al-Sisi.
The Trump administration proved efficient from the economic standpoint, bringing unemployment rates down to less than 2% in the United States
While many of those who have witnessed Hong Kong’s prolonged unrest find the news comforting and cheering, some slander China’s move as a “death knell” for the HKSAR’s high degree of autonomy.
This state of confusion remained in place until many governments decided to close all playhouses as a preventive measure to limit the spread of the virus. This crisis is one of the most difficult challenges that world theatre has faced in its history.
The fact that millennials make up a large chunk of the customers of Islamic banking means that they will also direct its growth
Stronger innovative partnerships between the public and private sectors will be needed to ensure existing PPP projects survive, as project survival is the only option. With decreased economic activity, PPP projects are going to experience considerable revenue challenges in the coming weeks, months, and (possibly) years.
It reflects the ugly side of some people as human beings, and is the most virulent strain of “political virus” concocted by a few Western politicians and media for political purposes.
It’s very common at that age for children to rebel against their parents in general by asserting positions that signal their personal independence. This tends to come with changes in their dietary habits, which often entail the exclusion of milk from their diet as a way for children to express that they’ve grown up, or because they’re bored with the taste of milk
Ukraine commemorates 8 May as a Remembrance and Reconciliation Day. This day marked the end of Nazism in Europe.
The appointment shatters Facebook’s impartiality as Karman will have direct editorial influence on what the social media platform publishes
Digital learning is being adopted fast. Some Arab countries have been quick to take action, and are providing alternative learning tools using e-learning platforms and TV channels
To contain the spread of the invisible virus, China has sacrificed too much. And now China is trying its best to help other countries to defeat the pandemic.
President Al-Sisi regularly repeats this sentence “Together We Can”.
China-EU Comprehensive Strategic Partnership is going well!
The search for solutions to improve access and quality is bringing the public and private sectors together to develop additional routes for improving health outcomes for patients
Instead, it was full of hostility towards China, groundlessly trying to demonise China, like “don’t give them the rights of the implementation of the new world order”, “our enemies are here” etc.
From Ariel’s powerful #ShareTheLoad engagement to Barbie telling us ‘You Can Be Anything’, there are some fantastic examples of brands actively shifting the conversation to include women, and expand on their contributions to the world we live in.
Friedrich Engels said, “There is no great historical evil without a compensating historical progress.” Human history is a story of mankind wrestling with various diseases and disasters, always emerging stronger and more resilient
Working with private labs to boost testing capacity, the federal government is expected to make available 1.4m tests by next week and 5m within the month, according to administration estimates.
So what was the coronavirus to me? It was a time that I took a step back from my life and re-evaluated everything, a time I realised who really matters in my life, a time I realised what I should be focusing on, a time I realised who I am. The coronavirus was a nightmare to many people, but to me it was a dream.
Technological innovation both in software and hardware have continuously increased efficiency, lowered costs, and created new opportunities through digitisation and automation. Blockchain is currently leading the charge in the fight against Covid-19 by providing organisations, public and private, an opportunity to do more with less catering both to resource and physical contact limitations.
Regardless of how individuals and organisations are perceiving the measures taken nationally or globally in reaction to the virus spread – exaggerated, spot on or too mild – still the economic & social bill so far is humungous and still counting.
On January 22nd I reported from Wuhan, the ‘epicentre’ of the virus outbreak. Already the vast majority of the people there were wearing face masks and starting to limit their exposure outside. At the time we really could not imagine how big this would get.
The EU Bank is already in contact with companies and organisations seeking to fund the search for COVID-19 vaccines and medication
Despite the intervention of many international actors, Ethiopia insists on prevarication, ignoring that the Nile River is the lifeline of Egypt and that any aggression on it or any attempt to stop its flow is an attack on Egypt’s life, development, and security.
Results from the Roadblocks to Scale survey indicate that while there is still work to be done, advances in data discovery and management, skills training, and AI explainability are driving the rate of AI adoption faster than many predicted.
While squeezed returns across equity and debt markets have led some money managers to seek alpha in other sectors – such as infrastructure, real estate and private equity – it has also forced the industry to look inwards at itself.
The media warfare always comes along with other conflicts, whether military, economic, or political, as it aims primarily to corrupt the minds, and spread chaos and confusion among the people.
El Sadat fought the battle for peace lonely, taking the decision bravely regardless of any political developments. Several Arab newspapers and broadcast stations, both official and semi-official, described El Sadat as “traitor, capitulator, conniver with the enemy, and an agent of imperialism.
In 2019, the quest for enhancing consumer experience drove brands across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to fully dedicate themselves to their consumers, building and maintaining their trust. Businesses continued to place their customers at the heart of everything they do. Brands that invested in serving relevant and personalised communications, products, and …