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Following Britain’s vote to leave the EU there has been a sharp rise in hate crimes in the UK.
The European aids to Egypt will not be affected by Brexit
In the wake of last week’s Brexit vote, there’s been a sharp increase in hate crimes targeting European nationals in the UK. Experts warn of deep divisions opened up by the vote, as Samira Shackle reports from London.
Great Britain and the EU are closely tied together in the field of research, whether in the exchange of scientists, financing and in setting common standards. What now? DW provides as many answers as possible.
Britain voted in favour of leaving the EU in a referendum last week.
EGX drops by 5.5% following Brexit vote
Share markets around the world have gained on expectations that Britain would vote to stay in the EU. European stocks rose for the fifth day running on Thursday, while the British pound hit a 2016 high.
A historic day of voting for Britain and the rest of Europe has begun. What will happen on the day of the British referendum and the days that follow? Barbara Wesel (London) and Bernd Riegert (Brussels) report.
For months, the Brits have threatened their fellow EU members with a Brexit that could destabilize the entire European Union. But guess what: That probably won’t happen.
Atlantic storm “Frank” that shoved warm air toward the North Pole and deluged Britain is fading, says German meteorologists. To the east, continental Europe’s cold zone has brought frosts to Greece and snow to Turkey.
The report was influenced by “authoritarian Arab countries”, says Brotherhood official
Last week, the British parliament voted for military action in Syria
British MPs have voted in favour of airstrikes against “Islamic State” (IS) in Syria. The motion specifically authorises airstrikes but not British troops on the ground. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Britain’s seven biggest lenders have passed central bank stress tests designed to see if they withstand deterioration in global economic conditions and avoid having to be bailed out by taxpayers again. Bank of England’s (BoE’s) Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) said in its annual stress test report released Tuesday that Britain’s seven biggest banks had adequate …
US, European, Russian and Iranian leaders will probably meet to discuss keeping Al-Assad in power temporarily, says political analyst
UK Prime Minister David Cameron says he’ll present a “comprehensive strategy” to deal with “Islamic State” in Syria. In his first parliamentary question time since the Paris attacks, he said airstrikes were on the table. Despite losing a parliamentary vote two years ago over whether Britain’s should told an international coalition to launch airstrikes on …
Egyptian tourism has never been in a more difficult position than it is now, even in the most difficult situations when bombs blew up Sharm El-Sheikh shaking the Sinai Peninsula. An international coalition is now standing against it. Britain violated all international norms and protocols and announced strict measures to evacuate its nationals from Sharm …
As part of a deal with Britain, the first Chinese nuclear power station in Europe could be built just 90 kilometers from London. Local residents are concerned about national security, the environment and safety. On a crisp, October Sunday along England’s Blackwater Estuary, hundreds of people gathered to protest against plans to allow China to …
French nuclear power plant operator EDF has reportedly signed a deal with two Chinese energy companies for a one-third stake in the next generation nuclear project at Hinkley Point in Britain. According to Paris-based newspaper Les Echo, French power giant EDF agreed to relinquish a 33.5 percent stake in its Hinkley Point nuclear project in …
The migration problem in the European Union threatens to become the bloc’s greatest crisis since the EU’s foundation over 60 years ago. No solution is in sight, even after the special summit, writes DW’s Robert Schwartz. “Another victory like that, and we have lost,” may be what many European politicians thought after EU interior ministers …
The delegation left Egypt Tuesday and the visit is expected to last for a few days, according to the armed forces’ statement
The UN food agency says funding shortages have forced it to deny food vouchers to 229,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan. Experts say chronic harsh conditions, also in Lebanon and Turkey, are behind the exodus to Europe. The World Food Program said on Saturday donors must do far more to support some 11 million desperate Syrians …
Ministry of Foreign Affairs says they are currently studying the ruling
Critics say UK regulation of arms deals is too lenient on human rights abusing countries
“We will not leave Egypt to face this murderous violence alone,” says UK ambassador
British investors demand fair treatment from government, competition to be opened up in private sector, says Casson
Bishop Angaelos and Nemat Shafik receive awards for religious and economic contributions
Egypt ranks 6th on list of MENA countries exporting to Britain
“Britain did not meet our expectations in its intervention to remove landmines,” says Demining & Development programme Director