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As people around the world commemorate Nakba Day on 15 May, which marks the forced displacement of over 750,000 Palestinians by Israel in 1948, Israeli forces continue to strike Gaza for the sixth day in a row. The Nakba Day, Arabic for catastrophe, marks the day in which tens of thousands of people were forced from their homes during the 1948 war that led to the creation of Israel. Palestinians were expelled …
Shoukry stressed the need to end the conflict through a just solution that stabilises the situation in the Palestinian territories
Both sides discuss providing resources, programmes for Libya, according to Government of National Unity’s requirements
Over 304 Palestinians have been wounded in Israeli strikes on Gaza
48 Palestinians killed in most recent clashes, including 14 children, 3 women
More than 300 Palestinian worshipers in Al-Aqsa Mosque were wounded in attack
In the clashes, Israeli security forces stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque, taking a heavy handed approach to Palestinian worshipers. They have also forcibly displaced the residents of Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood, and stormed their homes.
Israeli police attack Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem late on Saturday, dozens injured
The meeting will be chaired by Qatar, the current president of the Arab League Council.
Sudan’s Minister of Energy and Oil stresses second filling of GERD will affect his country’s electricity production, warns of energy shortage
Arab League will hold extraordinary session over Israeli violations in Jerusalem
Al-Azhar, Arab League denounce Israeli aggression, support Palestinians
Eritrea, Sudan leaders discuss cooperation, ways to develop ties between two countries
Joint committee to discuss conditions of expats in both countries, judicial cooperation.
Libya to operate 35 flights per week from Mitiga, Misrata, and Benina International Airports to Cairo International Airport
This was in Uganda, when the Ethiopian side insisted on thwarting any hope for a solution that meets the demands of the three parties [Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia] without harming the interests of any of them.
Organisation calls on international community to take urgent action against crimes against humanity committed by terrorist militia
Khartoum affirms that Ethiopian efforts to disavow international agreements, treaties are irresponsible
Delegation reviews security situation in N’Djamena, efforts of restoring normality
Libya, UN reiterate need to respect country’s sovereignty, and full implementation of ceasfire agreement
Comments follow Human Rights Watch report on Israel’s crimes of ‘apartheid and persecution’
Shoukry reiterates Egypt’s concerns on escalation of attacks in Jerusalem that target Arab, Islamic, and Christian identities of city
The Arab League has reviewed the dangerous effects of recent Israeli actions on education in the Occupied Territories.
Serious international pressure must be exerted on Houthis to set up immediate, comprehensive ceasefire: Aboul Gheit
Israel removes barricades from near Al-Aqsa Mosque compound after days of violent confrontations
Upon their arrival from Eritrea, the fishermen were received by Ambassador Amr Mahmoud Abbas, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Consular Affairs and Egyptians abroad, to check on their safety.
Egypt also supports Riyadh in all measures it takes to defend its national security
Ahmed Hafez, Spokesperson for Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that the phone call touched on ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries, as well as exchange views on the latest developments in Libya.
Despite conspiracies, pressure exerted on us, we will carry out second filling of dam, says Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed
Israel launches attacks inside Syria, targeting several missile batteries