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The applications will allow the companies to start taking special administrative and technical procedures toward completing Favipiravir’s registration.
Hardest-hit US state of California recorded 574,673 COVID-19 cases, followed by Florida 536,961 cases, Texas 510,144 cases and New York 422,003 cases.
As of Tuesday, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Africa has surpassed 1.05 million as the death toll of COVID-19 pandemic rose to 23,582
On Sunday, gunmen killed 6 French nationals and 2 Nigeriens in a wildlife park near Niger capital Niamey, amid increased terrorist activity in Sahel region
Madbouly called on Egyptians to participate in Senate polls, as new legislative chamber will enrich local political life
Polling stations will remain open between 9:00 and 21:00 local time on both days, Senate elections result to be announced on Wednesday 19 August
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry arrived in Lebanon on, Tuesday, for visit of solidarity, met with the Lebanese President, inspected Egyptian Field Hospital
A total of 63 million citizens are eligible to cast their ballot in the Senate elections, which will be supervised by 18,000 judges and 120,000 employees.
Surge Minor rise in infections attributed to citizens’ non-commitment to precautionary measures
Polling stations nationwide started preparations for elections, as expatriate voters cast votes via email
GERD talks have been postponed for 7 days upon Sudan’s request
After the U.S. planes flew away from the Russian state border, the Russian Su-27 jet safely returned to its airfield, Zvezda said.
Olaf Scholz announced that he would present a future program for the next 10 years which would aim to overcome major challenges facing Germany
Greek Prime Minister meets with National Security Council over issue
Beirut explosion case referred to Lebanon’s Supreme Judicial Council
Four ministers resign following angry demonstrations across Lebanon, with media reports of possible full cabinet resignation
Total of 77,000 students across Egypt have applied for university admission tests
The third aid batch compromises 14 tonnes of medical supplies, and foodstuff including flour to maintain bread production in the city and to compensate the damage occurred to the country’s strategic reserve of wheat, the Egyptian Embassy to Beirut revealed.
Water levels at Aswan High Dam secures country’s water needs
Negelah isolation hospital in Matrouh resumes accepting COVID-19 cases
Cairo and Khartoum last week suspended talks on Ethiopian dam as Addis Ababa bluffs
300 experts from the EU have been deployed on the ground in Beirut, providing help in search and rescue, chemical assessment and medical treatment.
The operations room will be responsible for both monitoring media coverage and following up on problems that media professionals and journalists may experience as they cover the elections.
‘We must work together as Lebanon’s future is at stake’: Macron
African migrants have frequently fled their countries to Yemen, from which they infiltrate through the borders to enter the Arab Gulf states to seek jobs.
Andrei Dmitriyev, Anna Kanopatskaya, incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and Sergei Cherechen are running for the presidency
Since 2009, Boko Haram has been trying to establish an Islamist state in northeastern Nigeria, extending its attacks to countries in the Lake Chad Basin
Pentagon said in mid-July that US maintained its force level in Afghanistan at mid-8,000s, meeting conditions of US-Taliban deal signed in late February
Nationwide fall in number of daily infections does not mean decrease of tests
Protestors storm Economy, Environment, Foreign Ministries, and several injuries reported