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Japanese ambassador sends his condolences to Lebanon over blast that rocked Beirut last Tuesday
During a cabinet meeting, Madbouly hailed the significant efforts made by the Egyptian government to ensure the secondary school leaving exams (Thanaweyya Amma) were still held, despite the pandemic.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but al-Qaida allied terrorist group, al-Shabab, has staged such attacks in Somalia in the past
20% of Beirut 5,000 injuries need hospitalization while serious cases have reached 120 as shattered glasses caused severe injuries that required surgeries
The Africa CDC report showed that the number of deaths related to COVID-19 rose from 21,617 on Thursday to 22,066 on Friday
The death toll from Beirut explosions has reached 154, Lebanese Health Minister Hamad Hassan announced on Friday
2020 memorial event was scaled back amid COVID-19 fears
The pilots of the crushed Apollo Fox aircraft, of Airman Sky Sports, were immediately transferred to a hospital where they died of serious injuries sustained during a forced landing at El Gouna Airport after a test flight, the ministry’s Media Advisor Bassem Abdel Kerim said in a statement.
New deal comes amid growing tensions in Eastern Mediterranean, due to illegal Turkish attempts to explore for oil in region
Al-Sisi offers condolences to his Lebanese President Michel Aoun over Beirut blast
Speaking shortly after his arrival, Macron said that what happened in Lebanon is a very huge disaster and an urgent response to this is required.
Up to 2,000 hours of audio and video lectures produced to renew religious discourse
Ministry of Health reports 123 new coronavirus infectionson Wednesday
Members of the Security Council expressed their deepest sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims and to government of Afghanistan
Death toll from Tuesday’s explosion reaches 135, while about 5,000 wounded, according to Lebanon’s Health Ministry
Prime Minister Hassan Diab called on “friendly countries” to support a country already facing its worst economic turmoil in years, amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Shoukry and his Spanish counterpart discuss Libyan crisis over phone on Wednesday
Investigation into explosion is priority, its results should be rapid, says Lebanese Prime Minister
Tuesday’s huge explosions in Beirut caused by 2,700 tonnes of chemical compound improperly stored near city’s cargo port
Session scheduled for Monday will discuss explosions’ impacts on UN peacekeepers in Lebanon, among other topics
Blast was attributed to highly explosive materials stored in Beirut port warehouse
South Africa is the highest affected African country in terms of positive cases, followed by Egypt, Nigeria, Algeria and Morocco
Egypt’s Embassy in Beirut is working with Lebanese authorities in search for missing Egyptians
Beirut explosions kill at least 100 people, with over 4,000 others injured
South African academic experts have established a pregnancy register to evaluate potential harm to pregnant women and their babies caused by COVID-19
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