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Almost 690 million people suffered from hunger in 2019, up by 10 million from 2018, and by nearly 60 million in five years
On Monday, Egypt reported 931 new coronavirus cases and 77 fatalities
Concerned parties to present separate final reports on GERD negotiations to AU chair on Tuesday
The case was brought by Magda Youssef Bendari, who filed Suit No 1478 of 2019 against her four siblings who were calling for the invalidity of Article No 1797 of 2015. The Article stipulates that Islamic inheritance laws should be applied to cases involving members of the Christian community.
Wafd Party denied, on Monday, any intention to withdraw from Mostaqbal Watan electoral list
On July 7, IS militants launched attacks on Syrian army positions in countryside areas of Aleppo, Hama, and Raqqa provinces in northern Syria
Such attacks will lead to further escalation in Yemen, says Egypt’s Foreign Ministry
Upper Egypt to experience high temperatures in next three days
Thousands of South Africans have taken to social media to pay tribute to Zindzi. She was applauded for her unwavering spirit to fight against inequality.
Exit polls indicated a very tight race, with only a 0.8% lead for Duda in the initial tally. Two late polls however widened Duda’s lead to 2%
Egypt reports 912 new COVID-19 cases and 89 fatalities
Iraqi force affiliated with the intelligence service surrounded an IS hideout housing five suicide bombers in a village located in the southwest of Baghda
AU chair South Africa to receive final report on GERD talks’ outcome on Monday
Nigerian military spokesman said the operation was one of the multiple military operations in Nigeria’s northwest region that has been wracked by years of violence.
Investigators attribute cause of fire to short circuit, with millions in losses estimated
Al-Sisi noted that the cost of converting diesel run cars to natural gas would cost about EGP 8bn
Hagia Sophia became museum in 1934, and is now classified as UNESCO World Heritage site
Polling stations are open in Poland from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. local time (0500 to 1900 GMT), with exit polls expected immediately after
Egyptian President inaugurated on Sunday several national projects
Military drills, dubbed “Hasm 2020”, continued on Saturday in Egypt’s western region, in the presence of Chief of Staff for the Armed Forces Mohamed Farid. The manoeuvres aimed at facing mercenaries and threats on the country’s western borders.
Mali president Ibrahim Boubacar Keita dissolves constitutional court to ease tensions
Ministry of Health confirms 923 new cases and 67 fatalities on Saturday
Observers to submit final report on disputed Ethiopia dam negotiations to African Union on 13 July
Manoeuvres aim to prepare Armed Forces, especially at Western Military Zone, for any encounter, says military expert
Magufuli, who is seeking to be re-elected for a second and final five-year term in office, garnered 100 percent of the votes from 1,822 CCM’s national congress delegates
Those found flying kites in Alexandria face fines up to EGP 1,000
The Ministry of Education held, on Saturday, an urgent virtual meeting with the heads of exam committees across the country, as well as members of the Central Operations Room overseeing the examinations.
This resignation follows his arrest two weeks ago in DR Congo capital of Kinshasa by the judicial police and then released a few hours later
Since the signing of a peace agreement between Taliban and the United States in February, Afghan leaders have frequently demanded the Taliban to reduce violence
Senate election will be first for second chamber since Shura Council’s 2013 dissolution