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Over past 3 weeks clashes have flared in Jerusalem between Israeli police and Palestinians
Shoukry underlines efforts made to enable Libyan government restore stability
Gaza depends on participating governments’ generosity for reconstruction amid US doubts necessary funds will be collected
Krähenbühl says “Palestinians are not statistics”
Egyptian foreign ministry views Israel land seizure as hindrance to peace talks
Discussions included the coming Arab foreign ministers meeting
Ongoing round of indirect talks in Cairo are the “most serious”, says Islamic Jihad leader
Both push for ceasefire, hope it will be followed by dialogue on causes of the crisis
Amid escalating violence, voices calling on Libyan parties to end fighting and engage in dialogue are raised
AFP – Candidates for presidential elections in Syria this year will be able to submit their applications during the last 10 days of April, state media reported, quoting Information Minister Omran Al-Zohbi. The minister also insisted that the elections would proceed on time, despite a raging civil war that has killed more than 150,000 people. …
The dispute which broke out in the runup to the summit pits Qatar against Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
The pan-Arab bloc was created in Cairo on 22 March 1945.
Nearly three million people have fled Syria since the beginning of the conflict in March 2011, and aid groups say 5.5 million children have been affected.
Pakistan makes its own version of Chinese shoulder-launched anti-aircraft missiles, known as Anza, and anti-tank rockets– both of which Riyadh is trying to get for the rebels
The Gulf country has recently announced measures to boost the Egyptian economy
Egyptian universities have been under the spotlightdue to the escalating violence since the beginning of the school yearas a reaction to the military backed transition in power. Egypt’s Student Union (ESU)President Mohamed Badran has been under fire for his statements and his political stances. He was able to win the elections against the candidate of …
Regional representative describes the move as a “humanitarian gesture”
Islamic bonds forced widespread criticism
One of the worst-hit neighbourhoods was Shaab in north Baghdad, where two car bombs exploded in a commercial area, killing five people and wounding at least 17.
Rights organisations claim Zewail City’s legal arguments in conflict with Nile University are baseless
Zewail City turns down solution sponsored by Minister of Higher Education and offers alternative solution
This is the second Fatah accusation towards Hamas within a week
Students protest outside the High Court as the student-entrance date for Zewail City approaches
Over 2 million Syrians have fled the bloody conflict in Syria, Egypt is home to over 100,000 registered refugees
Egypt rejects US led military strike on Syria, allies in the region agree says Fahmy
By Dr Cesar Chelala The numbers of Syrian children affected by the brutal war ravaging their country are truly disheartening. According to UN agencies, one million children, three-quarters of them are under 11, have had to flee their country since the conflict began in 2011. “This one millionth child refugee is not just another number. …
Defence minister says the Armed Forces’ responsibility necessitates potential intervention to prevent “collapse”
Friends of Syria state rejection of intervention that can lead to further bloodshed
Experts say fierce fighting and deteriorating security have left the country’s extraordinary archaeological heritage susceptible to damage and looting.
Prime Minister of Hamas Ismail Haniyeh crosses the Rafah border from Gaza to Cairo