Latest in Tag: Paris Highlight
Latest in Tag: Paris
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.
On August 21, 2015, an attacker shot at passengers on the high-speed Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris.
Ministerial meeting to review progress in Israel-Palestine peace negotiations
It’s important to have a common stance and vision towards the Paris agreement, says minister
Young people in Nice go from shock to questioning their future. They fear increasing hatred within the community and division in the city that for so long was a symbol of carefree summer in France.
It’s too early to identify the exact location and time of the fire, says official report
The Tehran government has summoned the French ambassador to protest a Paris rally by an anti-regime “terror group.” Former Saudi intelligence tzar, Turki al-Faisal, spoke at the meeting of Iranian dissidents.
France missed out on the chance to do more than just win a football game. After weeks of bringing the country together, Les Bleus couldn’t finish the fairytale.
The vessel, which was contracted by the Egyptian government, continues to scan the crash site of MS804 in the Mediterranean Sea to ensure the collection of all human remains
It all started against Iceland, before erupting against Germany. Faith in the French team has reached an all-time high and now Paris expects them to deliver ultimate glory on Sunday.
Paris is looking to welcome bankers and investors as London’s role as a global finance hub comes under question after the Brexit vote. PM Manuel Valls has outlined the offer.
Security forces have detonated a controlled explosive near the Stade de France in Paris. A police spokesperson said they used an explosive to force entry into a suspicious car discovered in a prohibited zone.
The streets of Paris are about to feel a little newer, and the air will feel a little cleaner. The French capital has issued a ban on cars registered before 1997 and motorcycles registered before 1999.
The French support might not be as loud as the Northern Irish or as extraordinary as the Irish, but ahead of the quarterfinal, fans of the host nation are starting to believe.
EgyptAir flight MS 804 crashed into Mediterranean on 19 May, killing 66 people
Spain’s quarterfinal shootout victory over Italy at Euro 2008 is widely seen as their ‘Eureka!’ moment. The Azzurri will be looking to reestablish their dominance in Monday’s last 16 clash with the champions in Paris.
Shoukry, Wennesland discussed potential actions for direct Palestinian-Israeli negotiations
As world leaders prepare for the COP22 in Marrakesh, Egypt highlights its vulnerability
Fahmy is expected to give a speech on behalf of AMCEN leaders during his two-day visit
Paris has been scarred by the events of the past year. As DW found out, with the European Championship well underway, France’s cultured capital remains largely unaffected by the football festival.
Search for flight data recorder continues, say Egyptian head of investigative committee
The initiative needs at least $20bn of investments before 2020, says UN statement
In light of the Syrian civil war and the ongoing refugee crisis, the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians has been largely pushed into the background in recent months. But the conference in Paris which opened on Friday aimed to begin a new peace initiative between the two conflict parties. Envoys from some 28 countries and …
Attempts to adjust Egypt’s approach to climate change have gained new ground, but is it too late?
Presidential office issued a statement on a meeting that took place between President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and members of the National Security Council, does not mention or confirm that the missing flight had crashed
Paris has been suffering since the terrorist attacks of November 2015 as tourists have vanished. The city is coming back to life with new centers of culture, including a new hip hop center as a symbol of integration.
Across Europe famous landmarks are lighting up the night sky in a display of solidarity with the residents in Brussels. The illumination of the Belgian flag in Paris, Berlin and Rome is a display of unity against terror.
Belgium, French, and Italian governments raised terror threat level to high, deployed security forces in the streets.
American publisher Christopher Forbes has brought his Napoleon III collection of 2,000 art objects back to Paris for auction. It has allowed the Emperor into the Opera Garnier for the first time.