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Initial information indicated that the rockets were launched from the al-Dainiyah area in the neighboring Diyala province, the Iraqi JOC said
African Union Bureau welcomed agreement amongst GERD parties to work on a Comprehensive Agreement on Blue Nile River as soon as possible
One Kenyan police officer was killed and three others injured in the Shabab attack on the border patrol unit camp at around 6:45 p.m.
Taliban launched massive attacks on security checkpoints in Taghri area, triggering heavy fighting during which airstrikes killed 27 militants
Palestinian leader briefed Solberg on latest developments in Palestine, and the consequences of Israeli annexation plan of portions of occupied West Bank
The meeting was attended by ministers of electricity and renewable energy, petroleum and mineral wealth, finance, public enterprises sector, trade and industry, and military production, as well as the Chairperson of the Arab Organization for Industrialization.
Madbouly has received a report from Bahaa El-Din Zaidan, head of the Egyptian Authority for Unified Procurement, Medical Supply, and Technology Management, in which he reviewed the authority’s follow-up efforts on the production of COVID-19 vaccines around the world.
A total of 1,909 prisoners were released upon a presidential pardon in the wake of July 23 Revolution, while 221 others were released conditionally
This is in preparation for offering them jobs in the ongoing national development projects.
Minister of Manpower Mohamed Saafan has received an urgent report to that effect from the Ministry’s labour representation at the Egyptian Embassy in Kuwait.
Suspects are accused of circulating false information about Egypt’s internal situation, says Interior Ministry
Current threats to Egypt’s national security make us more eager to have comprehensive capacity to preserve our people’s rights, says Al-Sisi
Public parks, beaches will be opened following Eid Al-Adha Holidays
Tunisia has started to witness terrorist acts since 2011, leaving dozens of security and military agents, civilians and foreign tourists killed
Egypt may not face water shortage due to Nile dam’s filling, if Ethiopia releases water during drought, says Al-Zawahry
Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia agree to resume talks on GERD filling, operation during Tuesday’s mini-summit
Intelligence was later confirmed by aerial surveillance missions, leading to the air bombardment on the armed bandits location in northwest Nigeria
Shoukry confirmed the Egyptian position concerning the Libyan crisis during two phone calls with his French and German counterparts Jean-Yves Le Drian and Heiko Maas respectively.
Jihadists used four vehicles and suicide bombers in the attack, the statement added.
Ministry of Health reports 676 new coronavirus cases, raising total to 89,078, a total of 29,473 COVID-19 cases have recovered
During a phone call between the two heads of state, King Salman expressed his appreciation for President Al-Sisi’s concern, saying that the call reflects the depth of Egyptian-Saudi relations.
Egypt’s parliament approval of military action in Libya part of country’s strategy to deter mercenaries, not move for war, says MP
Al-Sisi stresses Egypt’s sincere will to reach fair, balanced agreement over Ethiopia’s Nile Dam
Skills assessment exams for Thanaweyya Amma students to start on 8 August
Zaki was arrested in early July after dozens of women accused him of rape, sexual assault, and blackmail.
Madbouly visits several locations in the city and calls for upgrading its international airport
Al-Bashir and his 28 senior assistants are facing criminal charges of seizing power through a military coup in 1989, that overthrew Saddiq al-Mahdi
Irrigation Minister reviewed plans within country’s National Water Strategy 2037
For almost a decade, Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan have been engaged in negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)
Conservative Party, formerly expected to represent opposition in Senate, will not run for election