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Country records 112 new cases, bringing total number of infections to 94,752
Egypt and Sudan requested to adjourn the meeting to consider Ethiopian version of guidelines and rules on GERD filling submitted by Addis Ababa on 24 July
About 73 people killed, and 3,700 others wounded in blast that rocked city’s port
Law was submitted after scores of women shared testimonies of sexual assault against university student
Those found guilty of bullying will be punished with no less than six-month imprisonment
Shawky, who gave his approval to the results for the 2020 Thanaweyya Amma exams, said that about 18% of students who sat the exams gained an average score of over 95%.
Current talks reveal AU sympathy with Ethiopia’s claimed rights to construct projects over Blue Nile without agreement
Egyptian embassies adopt absentee voting as part of precautionary measures against COVID-19
The two huge explosions in Beirut left dozens dead and injured, al-Jadeed TV channel reported. A local hospital, however, said at least 500 were injured
White House has already been testing Trump and Vice President Pence regularly for coronavirus, as well as individuals who come in close contact with them
Charbel Wehbi noted that Lebanon is not besieged by the United States but the U.S. has imposed sanctions on specific parties in the country.
Pilgrims on Monday bade farewell to Mecca after Hajj rituals were concluded. Exceptional Hajj season included a limited number of pilgrims due to COVID-19
In response to rumours, Ambassador Mohamed Al-Rabei says he remains in his position until 2022
Egypt stresses this round of talks will not address future projects over Blue Nile
Minister also inspected metro stations along Line 3’s fourth stage in preparation for their inauguration
Higher Education Minister said that Egypt’s high regional ranking is based on increasing number of universities, with at least 1 university in almost every governorate
In the fifth century BCE, the Greek historian Herodotus described Egypt as a “gift of the Nile”. He was, in fact, referring to the Nile Delta, created thanks to the alluvial accumulations at the expense of the retreating sea coast
East-based forces are ready to liberate Libyan territories from Turkish aggression, militias, says Haftar
Dam failure in Sudan’s Blue Nile state destroyed hundreds of houses
New negotiations round has been postponed a week upon Sudan request, for further internal consultation
Murder suspect was arrested by Jordanian authorities
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and Al Sabah discussed over the phone the conditions of Egyptian and Kuwaiti expatriates in both countries, confirming the distinguished relations between Egypt and Kuwait.
In the Friday statement, the ministry noted that the bilateral cooperation is aimed at achieving the common interests of the Egyptian and Kuwaiti peoples.
Country’s removal from list of state sponsors of terrorism is historic opportunity for Sudan’s civil transformation, says Pompeo
Announcement was made in statement via Church’s official social media pages
Aoun said that Lebanon is facing “numerous enemies,” including COVID-19, corruption, and those who contributed to weakening the Lebanese pound
Shoukry affirmed Egypt’s keenness to coordinate with United Nations Support Mission in Libya to push for a political solution based on Cairo Declaration
Last year, Iraqi parliament passed most of the elections draft, but differences remained on a few articles due to political row among the political blocs.
Baha’i faith members have been detained by the Houthis over past 4 years, including community’s leader Hamed bin Haydara, who was sentenced to death in 2018
No group has so far claimed responsibility for the rocket attack on the Iraqi capital airport