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Latest in Tag: terrorism
Second edition of the Aswan Forum for Sustainable Peace and Development proves Egypt’s belief in importance of African cooperation
Egypt has unique experience in fighting terrorism which must be followed by Sahel countries, says Eritrean political analyst
Indeed, what the terrorist organisation ISIS has done against humanity, including crimes, murder, and bombing, without discrimination, proves that these people do not belong to Islam.
COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated challenges that countries face in combating terrorism: Inter-Parliamentary Union
The world is currently fighting a fierce war against ideological and intellectual terrorism. But the most important factor that helps overcome this crisis is awareness and the ability to take responsibility.
Al-Sisi stresses need to activate Arab Intelligence Forum as mechanism for achieving close intelligence cooperation in region
At least 70 civilians were killed and 20 others wounded on Saturday by attackers in villages of Tchombangou and Zaroumdareye in Tillabery region in Niger
5,000 French soldiers started Barkhane Operation in 2014 to help G5 Sahel countries, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger combat extremists
Terror group Boko Haram claimed on Tuesday that it was responsible for the attack, but Nigeria military and the Katsina government had refuted the claim.
Al-Shabab militants usually destroy telecom masts to disrupt police response and communication in the area before they could inflict harm on the locals.
In an audio message, a man identifying himself as Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau claimed that the group is “behind what happened in Katsina.”
The delegation attended the council meeting on 27-28 November in Niger’s capital, Niamey, under the title “United against Terrorism for Peace and Development”. Egypt’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for African Affairs Ambassador Hamdi Sanad Loza participated in the session.
During the meeting, which took place via telephone on Thursday, both ministers discussed methods of enhancing the prospects for bilateral cooperation, with a particular focus on political consultations.
A high-level delegation from the Arab Parliament also attended the meeting, including first deputy to Arab Parliament speaker, Alaa Abed, and second deputy to Arab Parliament speaker, Mohammed Al-Yamahi.
The ministerial review took place to monitor the command’s security procedures to eliminate terrorism and achieve security in the Sinai Peninsula.
Egypt hopes US move will mark beginning of new horizon for Sudan towards prosperity
Shoukry called upon the international community, represented by the UN, to collaborate on maintaining global peace and security, and to halt attempts to dismantle national states.
Country’s removal from list of state sponsors of terrorism is historic opportunity for Sudan’s civil transformation, says Pompeo
Security personnel in the convoy of Babagana Zulum, governor of Borno state, swiftly responded to gunfire from suspected Boko Haram militants
Al-Sisi, Shoukry meet Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister in Cairo to discuss regional issues
Tunisia has started to witness terrorist acts since 2011, leaving dozens of security and military agents, civilians and foreign tourists killed
On July 12, the army backed by Southwestern state forces killed seven Al-Shabab extremists in another operation in Bardale town in southern Somalia
On Saturday morning, another bomb attack happened in front of the revenue headquarters in the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, injuring seven people
IS is trying to revive itself again and wants to send a message that it is still capable of carrying out operations in Syria and Iraq
Sinai residents are main supporters of Armed Forces’ fight against terrorism, says El-Rafaie
Egypt is to approve agreement in final round of GERD talks
The Islamist politician was removed from terrorist list on Saturday
Egypt and Spain became co-facilitators of the seventh review of the Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in 2020
On a different note, the Executive Director of the UN World Food Program (WFP), David Paisley, said that every five seconds one child dies from hunger, explaining that humanitarian conflicts, climate change, and terrorism have caused very high rates of hunger around the world.
Africa needs $600bn every year for development, says Niger president