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After tense ties under Morsi’s tenure, the UAE has become one of Egypt’s largest financial backers since his ouster
Mehleb was received in the Gulf country, which has been one of Egypt’s largest financial backers since July power shift
Prime minister’s visit to African countries results in agreements on gas and wheat imports, and investment contracts for the Arab Contractors Company and Egypt Air
AFP – Libya’s parliament met on Sunday to decide between two candidates for the post of prime minister after an earlier gathering was broken up by gunmen. Deputies said members of the General National Congress (GNC) would choose between Misrata businessman Ahmed Miitig and Benghazi academic Omar al-Hassi. They won Tuesday’s first round from an …
AFP- Attacks in Iraq left 12 people dead Tuesday while security forces said they killed 25 militants near Baghdad amid worries insurgents are encroaching on the capital weeks ahead of elections. The latest violence is part of a protracted surge in nationwide bloodshed that has left more than 2,400 people dead since the start of …
The motions on the Palestinians were carried by 46 votes to one, with only the United States against, while the Golan resolution garnered 13 abstentions and a US “no” vote.
Ukraine is now entering a crucial phase in its development after the fall of pro-Kremlin president Viktor Yanukovych in February, as the clock ticks down to 25 May presidential elections which are expected to cement Kiev’s pro-West course.
The agreement expected to increase Egyptian IT exports by around $20m, according to a ministry statement
Leaders take lucrative salaries and leave little for workers, says Independent Union of Postal Authority Workers
Diplomats from both countries say they are being held until Libyan authorities ensure that they have valid residencies
The Social Fund for Development will implement the project, backed by the European Union and the World Bank
Doctors held an open ended strike in 2012 which lasted more than 80 days
Ibrahim Mehleb said his government is working on redistributing the energy subsidies to “offer it to those who deserve help”
New cabinet to be formed within the next three to four days
The two-day conference provides private sector businesses in the Mediterranean region a total of $22m in funds
Egyptian delegation meets with Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
The visit comes days after the release of six Egyptians kidnapped in Libya
The European Union and United States cranked up pressure on Yanukovych to impose serious reforms to end a standoff that has turned parts of Kiev into a war zone patrolled by masked protesters and that has left three activists dead.
Ministry denies changes were made to the laws or rates of taxes on arable land
The Islamist Ennahda party has been under mounting pressure to relinquish the grip on power
Large numbers of Saudi businessmen expressed interest in investing in Egypt during the association’s launch party last Thursday.
Government will only change our strategy when it is convinced it is wrong, says the Prime Minister
El-Beblawi said that economic progress cannot be achieved unless security, political stability and futuristic economic vision prevailed.
The Muslim Brotherhood has no existence: Cabinet Spokesman
New constitution will ban detainment of journalists for “publishing crimes”
Baseera opinion poll on the government’s performance and Egyptians’ living standards
22% of Egyptians feel the Prime Minister’s performance has been good, and 18 % feel it has been bad.
58% of Egyptians feel safe at the end of October, compared to 66% at the end of September and 27% at the end of August.
6 April media coordinator calls trial “a joke”
Several entities condemn the officer’s shooting
The Egyptian interim government’s performance has been rather disappointing to the population. The current Prime Minister, Hazem El-Beblawi, seems to be only focused on getting more money from Gulf nations to sustain the current dysfunctional government, rather than actually lead on, well, anything. His government has operated so far to serve one objective: spend money …
Constituent Assembly has concluded most articles except those relating to the Armed Forces and judicial authority