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World food commodity prices in August logged their largest monthly drop since December 2008, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday – unwelcome news for Europe’s struggling farmers
Ministry accuses Europe of paying lip-service to human rights
Foreign ministry reported three deaths, fishermen syndicate says 26
Latin Americans and Asians are happy that they do not need the help of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). But, Europe can no longer function without it. What’s behind the IMF’s interest in Greece?
Destination 31-Explore Earth Company started to focus on countries that are not popular among Arab tourists
Recovery parallels US and European stocks’ upturn
Climate change is also affecting accelerating desertification in North Africa’s Sahel, as rising temperatures allow the desert to desert spread, stripping away people’s livelihood. “In the middle of Sahel, you are a long way from the nearest sea,” meteorologist Roger Brugge said – and that’s why the region sees different weather systems than Europe.
Deal valued at $8bn, OCI would own approximately 27.7% of the new company
It took a long journey for the Suez Canal to reach its current state today, a journey witnessing several closings and instability of the canal’s operations. Today, Egypt celebrates the opening of the canal’s expansion
As many well-educated people can't find jobs in crisis-stricken Europe, they turn south. More migrants are moving from Europe to Latin America and the Caribbean than the other way round. Jane Chambers reports from Chile. Originally hailing from Seville in southern Spain, Magdalena Martín Sevilla decided to make Chile her new home after she couldn't find any work for months….
As many young, well-educated people can't find jobs in crisis-stricken Europe, they turn south in search for work. More migrants are moving from Europe to Latin America and the Caribbean than the other way around. Originally hailing from Seville in southern Spain, Magdalena Martín Sevilla decided to make Chile her new home after she couldn't find any work for months….
Lufthansa is planning a new pricing system to meet challenges from low-budget competitors, a German paper has reported. Meager earnings have spurred the shakeup at Germany's classic airline. Lufthansa's ticket chief Jens Bischof was quoted in the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" newspaper saying that passengers would only pay for what they used, unlike the all-round service that the airline has offered since…
The UK has to stay in the EU, Barack Obama says. Only then will it be able to continue to play a role on the international stage. More than anything, he has US interests in mind, Gero Schliess writes in Washington. Some observers may have rubbed their eyes in disbelief: For the longest time, the Americans had gone out of…
Income from tourism sector, Suez Canal are important for Egypt’s economy to acquire foreign currency
Travellers mostly head to European countries and Saudi Arabia, whereas Hurghada is the most desirable place in Egypt
“I left Egypt because I realised that I couldn’t find a decent job in my field, without having connections,” says one immigrant
Egypt’s allies reaffirm backing Al-Sisi while foreign reactions want killers brought to justice
The agreement was signed with initials, it is practically non-existent, but for now COMESA exists, says El-Gabaly
Total space of land cultivated through biodynamic methods in Egypt is 7,000 feddans
Some of us might consider the acquittal of Mubarak, the failure of state-building in Libya, the civil war in Syria, the sectarian war in Yemen, or the international silence and approval of crushing protesters in Bahrain the death of the so-called Arab Spring. We might also say Lucky Tunisia, the only survivor of such a …
Europe plans on hitting illegal immigration vessels, researcher denounces idea, placing blame on West for African underdevelopment