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The US Congress has stirred up a new whirlwind in bringing up allegations of Egypt’s violations of human rights again.
The recent attack on the US Congress by supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump is not the first of its kind in the American history.
Senators inspect some ongoing national projects in Al-Arish
The event witnessed the presence of prominent academics , government leaders and influential members of the business community from 150 countries worldwide.
Delegation held 89 meetings, including 33 with US lawmakers, 16 with research centres to improve image of Egypt, says Tawfiq
The White House announced on 8 January that United States Vice President Mike Pence would be in the Middle East on behalf of President Donald Trump, from 19 to 23 January. Pence will arrive in Egypt on 20 January where he will meet with Egyptian President Abdel Al Fattah Al-Sisi. He will then travel to …
The visit was the first for Egypt’s parliament members since 2008
The president attended a seminar that focused on urging the US to designate the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organisation
The US Congress has published long-classified documents on alleged ties between Saudi Arabia and 9/11 hijackers. While the inquiry found no solid evidence of links, officials noted their suspicions of Saudi support.
The bill deprives foreign governments of immunity if accused of any terror acts that led to the death of American citizens on US soil
The delegation is expected to meet with President Sisi
Egypt’s president and US Congress delegation affirm the importance of Egypt-US relations
President met with delegation headed by Majority Whip Steve Scalise
Meeting’s agenda included Libya and international war on terrorism
Region also needs to work together and improve economic and social procedures to combat extremism, says President Al-Sisi
By Dr. Alon Ben-Meir I am not a war monger; I know the meaning of war, the death toll, the suffering, and the destruction of property along with the spirit of innocent men, women and children. That said, regardless of how appalling the use of force is to achieve any objective, there is a time …
By Linda Gradstein/The Media Line Syrian officials are rushing to accept a Russian proposal for international oversight of Syria’s chemical weapons that would forestall a possible US strike on Syria. At the same time, pro-Israel lobbyists are fanning out in Congressional offices to convince Congress to back an attack against Syria after its apparent use of chemical weapons. On its …
American lawmakers express concern over Egypt’s current political status, future policies of Morsi’s Islamist government, Egypt’s relations with Israel, and acrimonious comments made by Morsi in 2010 about Jews
Amid US Congress hearings on Bahrain, protesters face more violence despite an order from the Bahrain crown prince to security forces to use restraint
By Donna Cassata and Matthew Lee / AP WASHINGTON: The Obama administration has waived democracy requirements to release up to $1.5 billion in aid to Egypt despite concerns that the country is backsliding on commitments it made to democratic governance and rule of law, congressional sources said Thursday. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton determined that …