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Nile water is matter of life and death for Egyptians, says minister
Statement noted that militants are members of outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group
“It is unfortunate that tragedies take place in Yemen as world leaders gather for UN General Assembly to promote peace,” says a humanitarian coordinator in Yemen.
Johnson remained adamant that he will not resign in the wake of the court ruling that his shutdown of Parliament was unlawful despite demands for him to quit from almost every opposition party at Westminster.
Pelosi said “the actions of the Trump presidency revealed the dishonorable fact of the president’s betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security, and betrayal of the integrity of our elections.”
“Wise leaders always put the good of their own people and their own country first,” says Trump.
Syrian government asserted committee ‘should be free of foreign intervention’
Shourdy will also discuss the effects of technology and the continuous updates in communications on leading and forming public opinion.
Iraqi officials claim rockets were fired from areas where Iran-affiliated Iraqi militants operate
Rivlin invites Netanyahu, his election rival Gantz to his official residence: Israeli media
Adib unveiled that both suspects rented an apartment in a building overlooking the presidential residency to do their mission
Trump described Al-Sisi as ‘a real leader who brought order to Egypt
Participants expect further expansions, investments in new projects, forecast drop in electricity prices
Washington on Friday announced the latest round of maximum pressure campaign against Tehran, including sanctions targeting Iran’s central bank and its national development fund as well as the deployment of more U.S. military assets to the Gulf
It means Labour members endorsing Corbyn’s stance to stay neutral while negotiating a new deal if Labour wins the next election. The party would then put the deal to a new referendum, with an option to stay in the EU on the ballot paper.
Israel’s President invited Netanyahu, Gantz for closed-door talks
Johnson blames Iran for Aramco attacks saying sanctions, military force also possible
Egyptian, French naval forces conduct separate training in Mediterranean Sea
Tripartite summit held between leaders of Egypt, Iraq, Jordan during UNGA 74 session
Weapons, explosive devices were confiscated during the raid
Chairperson of El-Sewedy Education, Ahmed Elsewedy, said that the university presents a unique model for developed educational services based on the latest educational methods. It hosts branches of international universities that allow for studying their most distinguished majors.
A number of 14 civilians and two police officers were injured, Fabian Ospina, police commander of the department, told local media over the phone.
Iran will propose “Hormuz Peace Initiative” at the UN General Assembly, which aims at securing the regional peace.
The sudden protests were covered by many foreign, Arabic, and international media and press outlets, however few local media outlets discussed the protests
“Seven LNA troops were killed and dozens were wounded in the fighting that took place on the roads leading to the airport in southern Tripoli,” said the LNA spokesperson Ahmed Al-Mismari.
Abdul-Malik: there will be ‘no red lines’ in case of not responding to the truce
Annual conference kicked off with the attendance of hundreds of Egyptian, foreign participates
Several foreign media outlets, like AFP, reported arrests, clashes in past two days
7,500 police officers have been poured in and armored vehicles were deployed to handle more threats of rioting. A brief standoff erupted when anti-riot police fired tear gas to prevent some demonstrators from cruising to adjacent streets.
Egyptian president expected to meet his US counterpart Donald trump on sidelines of assembly