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Germany says Haftar agrees to abide by ongoing Libyan ceasefire
The meeting comes amid Turkish-Russian mediation for reaching reconciliation
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Plane made emergency landing, death toll reached 41 people, including two children
Egyptian delegation visits industrial zone Technopolis Moscow
Russia’s biggest airline resumes flights after more than two years of suspension
We will meet with Russian side in April to discuss tourism resumption, says Fathy
For more than two and a half years, the 2018 World Cup Russia qualifiers have witnessed hundreds of matches that have qualified 32 teams for the international competition. Daily News Egypt sheds light on the smallest three countries in terms of population censuses participating in the most important football event in the world. The smallest …
Over 1,300 hotels have received the required credentials for the duration of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the head of Moscow’s sports and tourism department, Nikolay Golayev, said. The specifications of these hotels conformed to the standards set by the Moscow Municipality. Gulayev’s statements came during his talk about the status of hotels and …
EgyptAir is awaiting notification from Russian authorities on the approved flight schedule that was sent to the Russian side after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to resume flights between Cairo and Moscow in February. A source at the company told Daily News Egypt that as soon as the schedule is approved (three weekly …
The Soviets blew up Moscow’s once majestic Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Now, its golden cupolas shine again in Moscow. Along the way, it was a site for prestigious communist projects – like a massive swimming pool.
Ukraine declared independence 25 years ago. The Soviet Union was beyond saving. Now, Ukraine is once again fighting for self-determination, writes DW’s Bernd Johann.
Presidents Erdogan and Putin will be drafting a new joint road map in St. Petersburg. In return for Erdogan’s call for more trade, Putin may ask Ankara to jump start ties with Syria, Aram Duran reports from Istanbul.
The US has expelled two Russian officials in response to an attack on an American diplomat in Moscow last month. It’s not the first time allegations about the treatment of US diplomats have surfaced.
NATO has started a military build-up in Eastern Europe aimed at deterring Russia. The troops pose no threat to Moscow, but they are a reassurance for the Baltic region. DW’s Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
Vladimir Putin was on Red Square and oversaw the parade where Russia displayed its military hardware. Our Moscow Correspondent Emma Burrows was there and watched as weapons rolled through the center of Moscow.
The first units of Russian military experts have arrived in Syria to remove explosive devices left behind by the “Islamic State” (“IS”) group in Palmyra. The de-mining of archeological sites might take several months.
We have reached the final stage of negotiations, says Bogdanov
Russia’s top diplomat has announced Moscow’s intentions to resume flights to Egypt after 2015’s aviation tragedy. Metrojet, the downed aircraft’s operator, was banned from undertaking domestic and international flights.
The Egyptian minister will address the development of Dabba nuclear power station in addition to Egyptian-Russian cooperation in security and counterterrorism
Russia bans imports of certain goods from Turkey
Decision is reaction to Russia’s suspension of flights without reason, says ministry spokesperson
We can not disclose all of our data, says British Foreign Minister