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After the invitation, the British government defended the initiative and vowed to discuss matters, “which are important to the UK’s national interests”, despite its condemnation of Morsi’s death sentence.
Banks are keen to loan to SMEs; now however is not the right time due to the high unpredictability in the economics in Egypt, says Levari Law Founder
Visit encompassed open discussions on aspects of cooperation to tackle challenges both countries face
France, Australia and the UK are considering joining a US-led coalition flying air strikes in Syria. They cite the refugee crisis as justification for military intervention, but can bombing put an end to the conflict?
British side expects the visit to enhance political and economical bilateral relations, says foreign micerpts are optional hand-crafted summaries of your content that can be usnistry
Outrage continues in response to Al Jazeera verdicts
Iranian and British embassies are due to be reopened in London and Tehran. The move comes almost four years since protesters ransacked the British ambassadorial residence in Tehran and burned the Union flag.
Case hopes to produce reparations from the UK for its historical Palestinian interventions
International promotion company will be selected Thursday to promote Egypt’s tourism to 26 foreign markets
Sekhemka statue transportation date delayed to end ofAugust, whilst searches to locate Queen Nefertiti’s tomb still ongoing
National project seeks to boost Egypt’s struggling economy, along with political support domestically and internationally
Critics say UK regulation of arms deals is too lenient on human rights abusing countries
As the refugee drama continues to unfold outside the Channel Tunnel, the UK is sticking to its consistently hardline stance on refugees and migrants. But is this helpful, asks Samira Shackle in London?
The UK has to stay in the EU, Barack Obama says. Only then will it be able to continue to play a role on the international stage. More than anything, he has US interests in mind, Gero Schliess writes in Washington. Some observers may have rubbed their eyes in disbelief: For the longest time, the Americans had gone out of…
“We will not leave Egypt to face this murderous violence alone,” says UK ambassador
Egypt was confirmed to join the China-backed bank in April and became one of the 57 founding members
Protests ongoing in Turkey, Germany and UK add to international condemnations list
By Dr Cesar Chelala In his book Century of the Wind, the late Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano tells how in 1927 the US Marines landed in Nicaragua to quell a revolutionary revolt by Augusto César Sandino, who led a ragtag army of Nicaraguan peasants to fight the invasion. Armed primarily with machetes and 19th century rifles, Sandino’s army fought …
BG invested 14bn in Egypt, says company’s Egypt President Arshad Sufi
Visa card holders in Saudi Arabia came in first place in terms of spending, spending $35.18m during the first half of the festival compared to around $27.29m during the same period in 2014.
UN-led national unity government “best hope” for Libya, says statement