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Since Nov. 4, Ethiopian government has been undertaking military operations against the TPLF, which rules over Ethiopia’s northernmost Tigray regional state
Al-Sisi, Kiir will discuss bilateral issues and exchange views on regional stability as well as deepening South Sudan and Egypt diplomatic ties
Eyewitnesses said a blast occurred when the scientist’s vehicle was traveling on a street, then a shooting took place where several people were killed.
Elsewhere in Aden, a Southern Transitional Council (STC) military leader survived an attempted assassination when an explosion targeted his convoy
Refugees have a very large impact on eastern Sudan’s areas given the tense situation in the Sudanese state of Kassala, bordering Ethiopian Tigray region
Sudanese negotiators believe that GERD talks should go beyond the level of irrigation ministers and be referred to the AU and leaders of the three countries
Juliette Biao Koudenoukpo, UNEP regional director for Africa said that ravaging climate change and loss of biodiversity calls for urgent action
Alawiyya dynasty (1805-1882) geography modernisation project relied on many adventurers and half-qualified personnel from France and Italy.
Human rights groups raise concerns for civilians caught up in military operations
The meeting took place in attendance of Egyptian Minister of Defence and Military Production Mohamed Zaki.
All the 47 countries in the WHO African region have received its Vaccine Readiness Assessment Tool that is intended for use by ministries of health.
With Germany’s current lockdown measures, the “dramatic exponential growth” of new COVID-19 infections had been stopped
Saudi Arabian-led Arab Coalition in Yemen destroyed a booby-trapped boat to thwart a terrorist attack, resulting in damages to a Greek oil tanker.
The frigate Admiral Gorshkov in the White Sea fired a Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missile, hitting a naval target 450 km away in the Barents Sea
Namibia recorded 57 poaching cases in 2019, which comprised 46 rhinos and 13 elephants.
In Tokyo, the epicenter of Japan’s outbreak, 481 new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday, with the capital’s cumulative total reaching 39,079
Al-Mahdi, aged 84, was flown to the United Arab Emirates to receive treatment after he tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month,
Minister Abdel Aaty stresses need for preventing violations affecting canals
Egypt is among “100 safe destinations” around the world, says Hala Zayed
And yet, the company, itself, announced several weeks ago, in an explicit challenge to outgoing US President Donald Trump, that it would not produce any vaccine against the virus before the middle of 2021.
Country’s authorities say they have killed over 10,000 fighters from Tigray forces over past three weeks
Rains flooded streets and disturbed traffic in several governorates
President directs for Armed Forces to maintain highest levels of combat readiness
Country will provide newly developed vaccine against coronavirus to all citizens, says Egyptian President
17 people were killed and nearly 50 were injured in the twin blasts on Tuesday at a market place in Bamiyan, a relatively peaceful area in Afghanistan
Becoming MP was coincidental, as I reached eligible age for candidacy only 10 days before closing door for nomination, says Fatmah Selim
Egypt’s Health Minister addresses impacts of global health crisis during international meeting
During the meeting, the President directed for the project’s speedy implementation, which represents a huge addition to a series of national projects aimed at providing citizens with an advanced health system. It also aims to localise the technology for manufacturing and assembling plasma in Egypt.
Ramadan’s suspension will remain in effect pending an investigation into the incident. The images have sparked outrage across Egypt.
Saudi Aramco’s supply of fuel was unaffected by terrorist attack, say officials