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Conservative Party, formerly expected to represent opposition in Senate, will not run for election
Shoukry asserted Egypt’s unchangeable stance of support for the Palestinian right to self-determination and establishing an independent and sovereign state based on the 1967 borders. Under these terms, East Jerusalem would become the Palestinian capital.
On Monday, Ministry of Health 627 new coronavirus cases, raising total to 88,402
Egypt aims to restore Libya’s balance, national institutions: Al-Sisi to Trump over phone
Egypt to automate university examination process
In a televised interview, Shawky said that his ministry will activate an integrated education system based on both virtual and face-to-face classroom participation.
US President expresses his understanding of Egypt’s concerns over negative regional repercussions of Libyan crisis
Sharif reaffirmed Egypt’s support of the Libyan people, and that Egyptian parliament will not delay giving Al-Sisi “full mandate” to intervene in Libya
Sierra Leone government advised residents to stay calm and exercise restraints as relocation of one of standby generators will not affect their power supply
Egypt is working on expanding sprinkling irrigation systems to improve water usage and conservation, says Abdel Atty
Differences in medication results used in treating coronavirus are due to several factors including virus mutations and immune responses, says Mesbah
Pilgrims of 160 nationalities, 70 of whom are foreign residents in the kingdom, would take part in this year’s Hajj season.
Shoukry is expected to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss developments related to Israeli plan to annex parts of the West Bank
Morsi succeeds Mohamed El-Assar who passed away on 6 July
Shoukry set to visit Ramallah next to meet Palestinian President Abbas
Libya security is integral part of Egyptian and Arab national security, says National Defense Council
The vote is the third to take place in Syria since the start of the country’s civil war in 2011, which has killed over 400,000 people. Almost half of the country’s population has also been displaced as a result of the conflict, with more than five million Syrians living as refugees, mostly in neighbouring countries.
With project’s final consultation document finalised, Egypt’s Environment Ministry prepares to establish project coordination unit, says Yasmin Fouad
On July 12, the army backed by Southwestern state forces killed seven Al-Shabab extremists in another operation in Bardale town in southern Somalia
On Sunday, Health Ministry reports 603 new coronavirus cases raising total to 87,775
Final candidates running for Senate elections on list system will be announced Sunday
BEBA Chairperson Khaled Nosseir praised the series of webinars held by the association, which stressing the importance of Saturday’s discussion on the opportunities available for the healthcare sector’s development. This is especially in light of overcoming the current challenges brought up by the coronavirus.
A founder and early leader of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Lewis led protests against racial injustice in an era in which apartheid was still rampant in the American South
New Social Contract will tackle inequality, enable young people to live in dignity, ensure women equal opportunities as men, and will protect the sick, the vulnerable, and minorities
Egypt will not stand idly by at attempted threats against its national security, says former diplomat
‘We aim to cooperate on mining and fisheries, as Egypt has know-how,’ says Somaliland’s Deputy Foreign Minister
African Union to hold mini-summit on Ethiopian dam dispute on Tuesday
On Saturday, Health Ministry reported 698 new coronavirus cases raising total to 87,172
NATO ally purchasing Russian air defence system is a threat to US and to NATO alliance,’ says congressman
‘If Turkey abandoned its Ottoman ideas, then Greece could contribute to further economic co-operation,’ says Nikolaos Garilidis