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They aim to obtain higher salary, maintain fair work-life balance
Turkish President Erdoǧan has dismissed 3 former central bank governors before end of their terms due to their raising of interest rates
Libyan parliament will not grant confidence to government that legitimises Al-Sarraj’s violations: Abdel Hakim Maatouk
Between a Gulf-Gulf reconciliation with no specific features, and the results that are not desired so far, there remain some points that need explanation and analysis by those who know the secrets of political life.
Delegation of Libyan MPs allegedly meets Turkish officials in Ankara over armed factions in Libyan capital, according to media reports
Turkey’s parliament authorises 18-month extension of its troop deployment in Libya
Until recently, there were many political, media, and economic figures calling for the application of the Turkish state model in Egypt, and their evidence for that was summarised in the strength of the Turkish economy under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan since 2003. In fact, many of these people were deceived, whether due to their ignorance …
Powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake kills at least 26 people, leaves hundreds injured in Turkey and Greece
Armenia has contacted several friendly countries, including Egypt, to unite efforts and stop senseless bloodshed from both sides, says Ambassador Karen Grigorian
The ambassadors said that, in the same manner as it undertook recently with five new sanctions listings, the EU is ready to take restrictive measures against those who undermine and obstruct work on different tracks of the Berlin process.
The Turkish move comes after seven European countries warned, on Thursday, that they would consider sanctions against Turkey if it failed to end its “confrontational actions”, and “unilateral and illegal activities”.
US decision comes amid ongoing dispute in Eastern Mediterranean region
However, sources told Al Arabiya that the officials will discuss “military situation east of Misrata, and developing a plan for an attack on Sirte and Jufra.” They added that the talks will also focus “on developing the military airbase at Al-Watiya and provide it with advanced military equipment.”
Turkish actions in Eastern Mediterranean region violate international laws and UN Law of Sea, says Egyptian former official
France’s President Emmanuel Macron is true friend of Greece, and fervent defender of European values, international law, says Mitsotakis
Greek Prime Minister meets with National Security Council over issue
East-based forces are ready to liberate Libyan territories from Turkish aggression, militias, says Haftar
Ankara changes tone following Egyptian parliament’s authorisation of military action in Libya, says MP Al-Takbali
NATO ally purchasing Russian air defence system is a threat to US and to NATO alliance,’ says congressman
Sirte lies on the Mediterranean coast roughly half-way between Tripoli in the west and Benghazi in the east
In an interview with the state-owned Middle East News Agency (MENA), he added that the Cairo Declaration has outlined a road map for settling the Libyan crisis. It has set steps and mechanisms for dealing with the Libyan situation at the military, security, political, and economic levels.
Greek PM described Turkey’s moves as “provocations” directed at Europe as ” from a country that was formally recognized as a candidate for EU membership.”
Mercenaries sent to Libya include 300 minors aged 14-18
Everyone wants a piece of the cake. Some of these countries are overwhelmed by internal political conflicts, and are therefore unable to participate in the race for black gold. These include Libya, Gaza, Syria, and Lebanon.
Egypt, UAE welcomes agreement of Libyan parties to resume ceasefire talks
Decision prevents rise in steel imports into the country
The total number of confirmed cases in Turkey has climbed to 148,067 while the death toll surged to 4,096
101,715 patients have recovered in Turkey since the outbreak, while 998 patients are being treated at the intensive care units
Turkey conducted 33,687 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,298,806
The total number of confirmed cases in the country has climbed to 122,392, while the death toll surged to 3,258, the minister tweeted. Turkey conducted 41,431 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,075,048, he added