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They backed a “Saint Petersburg action plan” to boost growth and employment as host Russian President Vladimir Putin cautioned that the “risks are still very, very large” for the fragile recovery.
Visit likely to revolve around Syria
Obama warned the leadership of both parties in Congress and the bipartisan leadership of key security committees that Assad had violated a vital international norm by using chemical weapons.
By Philip Whitfield Once upon a time a crocodile was snoozing on the banks of the River Nile. Along came a spritely gazelle. She’d spotted a bunch of cherries on the opposite side. How to get across? One crocodile in sight indicated more dozing. “Wake up, Mr Crocodile,” she pleaded. The crocodile opened one eye …
The Islamic institution stresses its opposition to the use of chemical weapons
Egypt rejects US led military strike on Syria, allies in the region agree says Fahmy
New York’s main contract, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for delivery in October, sank $1.01 to $107.79 per barrel.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told the BBC that US forces were in place and “ready to go” if Obama gives the order
Halting the assistance would likely cost Washington billions, officials say, giving the US president little flexibility
Cabinet and presidency media adviser thank kingdom for its support
The United States has struggled to develop a coherent approach to Egypt since veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak, a close ally, was deposed in 2011.
US President Barack Obama is to hold a rare White House news conference on Friday
Obama and Erdogan “expressed concern” about the situation in Egypt
Brotherhood spokesperson calls on US public to stand up to administration for “supporting tyranny and dictatorship”
The unmanned aircraft “raided an Al-Qaeda vehicle in the Wadi Ser area destroying it and killing four militants”, officials said
Obama asks McCain and Graham to visit Egypt
Over 120,000 signatures have been collected so far
American president confirms position in a message to interim president Adly Mansour
Washington has lost focus on strengthening the middle class, said the president.
Egypt serves as a stabilizing pillar of regional peace and security: US official to AFP
State Department unable to elaborate on the suspension of F-16 delivery
By Tony O. Elumelu Last week was the first time, in my memory, that a US president came to Africa with investment at the top of his agenda and prioritised meeting with the continent’s business leaders, who are the true drivers of development. President Obama should be congratulated for his vision, and for providing the …
By Dr Mohamed Fouad The following is not for the faint hearted, the revolutionary buffs, the hopeless romantics and the easily agitated ones. You need to “marinate” on these thoughts a bit in order for them to sink in, or not. During the famed 18 days in 2011, I sat with a tenured and experienced …
International concern for Egypt’s path to democracy
Economic expert says US aid is “worthless” compared to Egypt’s GDP
UN, US, UK , EU and Arab League call for peaceful democratic transition. UAE “following with satisfaction”
The Egyptian presidency responds to Mondays’ statement by armed forces
30 June protests draw comments from US Secretary Kerry, President Obama, and German Foreign Minister
Obama has refused to publicly specify exactly how Washington will increase aid to the Syrian opposition, after his government said it would offer military support for the first time after determining President Bashar Al-Assad had used chemical weapons.
Merkel said Germans wanted to know if their online data was being sniffed out by the US National Security Agency (NSA).