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Around the world, the UK is releasing new emergency aid worth £47m to help over 1.3 million vulnerable people who face daily threats of hunger, conflict, and the repercussions of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
As of Saturday morning, 240,161 people have tested positive for the COVID-19 in the UK
British CAA initially returns 150,000 travellers from 50 different destinations, says embassy’s spokesperson
How will a no-deal Brexit, which is highly expected by politicians, affect the Scottish question of independence, and British economy?
New processing centres designed to meet the growing demand for digital payments around the world
The meeting follows the Pope’s visit to Italy in late April
Shoukry is further expected to travel to the US for meetings with American diplomats
The United Kingdom has committed to providing £1m for next three years to support new and existing social start-ups in Egypt. The financial commitment will last from 2017 until 2020. The commitment is a show of confidence in both the vibrant start-up scene in Egypt, as well as the number of existing enterprises already tackling …
Colliers International, The Commercial Real Estate Leader published its 3-month rolling forecast for October until December on Wednesday.
Britain’s new prime minister Theresa May has scrapped the UK’s climate ministry and appointed a climate skeptic as environment minister. In a post-Brexit world, Europe’s climate protection policy could be in trouble.
A founder of the main euroskeptic party in the UK and a major force behind the Brexit referendum has said he’s quitting UKIP. Nigel Farage had left UKIP last year but returned to help lead its pro-Brexit campaign
Britain’s shock decision to leave the EU has raised questions about the future of the United Kingdom. Peter Geoghegan examines what it could mean for Northern Ireland and its future status.
Ministry accuses Europe of paying lip-service to human rights
Ministry of Foreign Affairs says they are currently studying the ruling
Case hopes to produce reparations from the UK for its historical Palestinian interventions
Critics say UK regulation of arms deals is too lenient on human rights abusing countries
“We will not leave Egypt to face this murderous violence alone,” says UK ambassador
Ruling suggests intelligence agency may practice widespread monitoring of rights bodies worldwide
Foreign ministry says it wants to ‘counter the negative image of Islam’ internationally
Relations with Egypt rest on “people – not a building”: British Ambassador
The group seeks to facilitate the implementation of the international convention against torture
British ambassador looks to provide support for Egyptians
Egypt continues efforts to secure non-permanent seat on UN Security Council in 2016
Egypt one of the largest Umrah markets with 945,000 pilgrims last year
International community reiterates call for ceasefire, backs political dialogue
UK expresses shared interest with Egypt to defeat terror, expresses concern for freedoms
Foreign minister to discuss regional issues with UK counterpart
International community expresses concern over Libya, Egypt reiterates travel warning
Obama stresses there is no “quick fix” in military and ideological fight against ISIS