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Shoukry had a phone call with Pompeo on Monday to discuss strategic ties between Cairo and Washington and other regional issues of mutual concern.
Any efforts to seize Iranian oil supertanker would have ‘serious consequences,’ Tehran says
Gibraltar authorities announced that Iran vowed that the tanker will not unload in Syria
Since 2009, USAID’s partnership with Assiut has helped over 370,000 residents have access to potable water and sanitation, Sherry F. Carlin, USAID Mission Director, said.
Moving parts involved in current trade negotiations are similar to those evident during mid-1980s
Suspects were communicating with undercover agent posing as supporter of IS
The forces are using frigates, missile-launching boats, and mine hunters in the exercises. Special naval units, the coast guard, and F16 jet fighters are taking part in the drills.
As Chinese economy slows, US import prices recognise biggest drop in six months, so when will the trade war end?
Saudi Arabia participates as observer
The light tactical vehicles designed specifically to withstand improvised IED attacks
Tensions between Washington, Tehran escalating over Iran’s nuclear programme
Hunt described Iran’s move as “unacceptable action”
They strongly condemned Trump for his racist comments that have legitimised fear and hatred of New Americans and people of colour, Reuters reported.
The ongoing confrontation has threatened to destabilize Libya’s energy sector and exacerbated the tragedy of human migration in the Mediterranean.
President Donald Trump’s tweets attack 4 congresswomen, 2 of whom are of Arabic origin
US President Donald Trump’s administration previously said it is open to negotiations with Iran on a more far-reaching agreement on nuclear and security issues.
Trump clarified during his speech that Qatar will pay for the expansion of Al Udeid Air Base, stressing that his country will not pay anything, noting that Qatari investments in the US are considered the largest.
US calling allies to join coalition to safeguard waters off Iran, Yemen
As long as time continues to move forward, history will never settle with only one interpretation. It is exactly this interpretative approach in retelling
US companies in Egypt reached 1,576 by end of June: GAFI
Iran announced enriching uranium beyond 2015 nuclear deal limit with world powers
Egypt was capable to be ranked as the 10th strongest military power in the world in 2018, and this year according to (GFP), the Egyptian armed forces is the 12th globally.
Cairo to host TIFA’s next meeting in 2020, says Boughner
US-Egypt relations have gone through several stages. Before the 1952 revolution, Egypt hosted on 22 November 1943 the “1st Cairo Conference” launched by US President Franklin Roosevelt with the participation of British Leader Winston Churchill and Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek.
“We have good, evolving economic story to share” says AmCham’s President
In same context, UAE Foreign Minister said that “clear, scientific, convincing” evidence still required on recent oil tankers attack
Twenty of wealthiest people in US urged next president to impose taxes on rich to combat climate change, increase access to health care
The new sanctions will specifically target Iranian Supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and other Iranian officials, including eight senior commanders of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard
Pompeo began official Mideast tour to kingdom, UAE on Monday
Egyptian side is attending Manama conference with an economic delegation to hear out the propositions, says a high ranking Egyptian official