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UN Security Council adopted a resolution encouraging member states to engage with committee overseeing sanctions on individuals linked to IS and Al-Qaida.
Egypt adopts integrated human rights concept, including right to health, security, education, and social care, said former foreign minister Mohamed El-Oraby
Another 414 have died within 28 days of a positive test, bringing the total number of coronavirus-related deaths in Britain to 71,567, the data showed.
Egypt’s Ministry of Finance has signed contracts to purchase 30 million doses of Astra Zeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and 20 million doses of another vaccine
The survey focused on expectations for the new year, 2021, particularly as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues.
Chinese investments in Egypt exceed $7.7bn in November: Ambassador Liao Liqiang
The military has previously helped organise COVID-19 mass testing in Liverpool, and more recently in Kent to clear the backlog of lorries
Around 12 militant groups, including al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas movement’s armed wing, held on Tuesday first-ever joint military maneuver in Gaza
No one claimed responsibility for the latest incident but al-Qaida allied group al-Shabaab has conducted similar attacks in Somalia in the past
‘We aim to arrest those involved in clashes, collect weapons,’ says South Darfur Governor
Since the rolling out of two COVID-19 vaccines nationwide earlier this month, frontline healthcare workers have been the primary focus to get vaccinated.
The litigation asked Texas-based federal judge to grant Pence “exclusive authority and sole discretion” to decide which electoral votes from a given state should be counted.
5,000 French soldiers started Barkhane Operation in 2014 to help G5 Sahel countries, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger combat extremists
South African president said a country-wide curfew would be extended from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Businesses such as restaurants and bars would all close at 8 p.m.
The most affected countries by coronavirus in Africa include South Africa, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, and Ethiopia, respectively, according to the Africa CDC
The offenders, identified as Khasan and Hussein, were brothers from the Russian Republic of Ingushetia, and they moved to Chechnya in 2012
For first time in six years, an Egyptian delegation headed by Undersecretary of the General Intelligence Service Ayman Badie visited Libyan capital Tripoli
On 16 December, Egyptian Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel Aal concluded the session, which witnessed the discussion of a number of international agreements
Chief-of-Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Mohamed Farid called on troops to apply preventive measures against COVID-19
As part of cooperation with African countries, Egypt has technically supported establishment of hydraulic research laboratory in Ethiopia
The meeting also tackled advancing bilateral economic, investment, and commercial relations, especially since Japan is Egypt’s largest development partner
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi discussed and Jordan’s King Abdullah II agreed on importance of resuming talks to resolve Palestinian cause
It took two weeks for South Africa to reach 900,000 from 800,000 coronavirus cases. However, it took only nine days to reach the 1 million mark
EGP 50 fine to be applied immediately to all violators who do not apply COVID-19 precautionary measures and do not wear face masks, starting 3 January
Turkey, Iran use ‘political Islam’ to interfere in Arab region, says Secretary-General of the Arab League Ahmed Aboul Gheit
A military helicopter which had gone out on a rescue mission and crashed in mountainous northern Pakistan, causing the death of four people
Al-Shabab militants operate in Kenya from the neighboring Somalia which is facing a security crisis over terror-related incidents.
An Egyptian delegation, on Sunday, visited the Libyan capital of Tripoli to discuss the activation of the 5+5 Libyan Joint Military Commission talks.
Francois Bozize, ex-president ousted by a coup in 2013 saw his presidential candidacy invalidated by the Central African Republic Constitutional Court
Public Health Agency increased its efforts to monitor new coronavirus strain and aims to test everyone who has arrived in Sweden from the UK since October