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In a statement, Al-Azhar expressed full solidarity with the two women and their families.
An 18-year-old Chechen refugee killed French teacher after the latter showed his students controversial Charlie Hebdo caricatures of Prophet Muhammad
US citizens are allowed to purchase flight tickets, says embassy
In the Stalingrad neighbourhood, not very far from the Arc de Triomphe, hundreds of refugees camp to sleep in the street, waiting in front of the government building where they need to apply for papers.
7,500 police officers have been poured in and armored vehicles were deployed to handle more threats of rioting. A brief standoff erupted when anti-riot police fired tear gas to prevent some demonstrators from cruising to adjacent streets.
Al-Sisi is ‘deeply saddened,’ describing incident as great loss for humanity
After 50 years of absence, Tutankhamen’s belongings revisit Paris in exhibition on 21 March
Halting raise in fuels tax did not stop protesters’ anger, but into sign of general anger over high living costs
Tourist attractions in Paris closed as police tighten security measures to defy economic policies of Macron
Representatives of 19 countries, including Egypt, Turkey, Qatar, UAE, to attend
Display proves Egypt was ‘heart’ of world in past, says general supervisor of exhibition
The family has a history of bounds with Saudi Arabia, conflict with Iran-backed powers and suffering from foreign interference
French leadership believes that Egypt should continue its war against terrorism
Shoukry meets Al-Serraj, Haftar discussing the Libyan issue
French FM praises Egyptian-French economic and military relations
The ministry did not comment on circulated report asserts the attacker is Egyptian
Findings referred to General Prosecution, says Civil Aviation Ministry
The global climate agreement is now officially in force.
Projected emissions for 2030 would increase the global temperature around 3 degrees Celsius this century – even if the Paris agreement is fully implemented, the UNEP’s 2016 Emissions Gap Report warns.
Brazil has followed the US and China as the third-largest country for emissions to ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change. Major emitters Russia, India, Japan and Germany have still to sign up to the accord.
Delegation expected to meet with parliament members, heads of committees
The US and China will ratify the Paris Agreement. That’s good for climate protection, DW’s Sonya Diehn writes, but it’s just one step in a process that will need to move forward quickly in order to make a difference.
Egypt further advocates for funding of the Africa Renewable Energy Initiative
The number of tourists visiting the Paris region has gone down markedly in the past six months as many travelers have stayed away in fear of more terror attacks. Officials bemoaned the loss of revenue.