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Egypt has concerns regarding safety of controversial Nile dam, Irrigation Minister Abdel Aaty
Egypt raises concerns regarding Ethiopia dam’s safety, says Egyptian Irrigation Minister
The NEC said that the election process for expatriate Egyptians is set to start on 9 and10 August, with the elections result to be announced on 19 August.
On Saturday morning, another bomb attack happened in front of the revenue headquarters in the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, injuring seven people
Egypt’s Ministry of Irrigation says several technical and legal points over GERD remain stumbling bloc
Egypt, the most arid of the Nile states, and water scarce countries relies on the river for more than 90% of its water.
Egypt’s Red Sea resort cities of Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh airports received, on Wednesday, two planes from the Ukrainian Capital, Kyiv
Commonly known that Ethiopia wants complete control of River Nile flow, says
The country is facing water poverty, indicating importance of securing water resources, says Qassem
Six students injured in collision in Qena Governorate as they travelled to exam
Amendments tackle women’s parliamentary representation, methods of appointment, and fairness of ballot process
In a ministry statement on Thursday, Abdel Ghaffar said the four vaccines are among 132 the World Health Organization (WHO) reports are currently under development against the virus.
Employees earning monthly salary of EGP 2,000 or below are exempted from deduction
Protestors chanted slogans calling for improved living conditions, reforms of country’s security institutions
Officer charged with shooting to death socialist activist Shaimaa Al-Sabbagh during 2015 march to commemorate 25 January Revolution
Newly appointed ambassadors met with President Al-Sisi on Wednesday
At least 50 killed during protests as Ethiopia’s Prime Minister calls Hachalu Hundessa’s murder ‘evil act’
The CPC has reaffirmed its commitment to realizing its first centenary goal of creating a well-off society for 1.4 billion Chinese people on schedule. This transformation will be one of the world’s most exciting stories in modern history.
Cabinet has, from Saturday, started easing movement restrictions for citizens, night-time curfew lifted
In another chapter of political attempts to settle the regional dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) convened on Monday for a special discussion on the decade-long issue.
Militants had plans to carry out attacks on occasion of 30 June Revolution anniversary, says Interior Ministry
President Al-Sisi pledges action in face of challenges on seventh anniversary of revolution
The discussions were held as Egypt continues its fight against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Egypt believes agreement on GERD must be legally binding instrument under international law
Organisation is working closely with Eastern Mediterranean region governments to provide guidance on gradual re-opening
Mercenaries sent to Libya include 300 minors aged 14-18
I am deeply concerned about Chinese-American relations nearing their end, says Friedman
Egypt reports 1,566 new coronavirus cases on Monday, raising total infections to 66,754
Egypt had previously sent letter to UNSC emphasising importance of continuing negotiations ’in good faith’
Development projects implemented in Egypt over past six have cost EGP 4.5trn, says Madbouly