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The two leaders’ poor relationship is the stuff of Washington legend, the frequency of their encounters not a sign of mutual affection but the sheer volume of grim business they have dealt with during their overlapping tenures.
The US Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, DC, has announced the arrival of a rare giant panda cub. Panda mother Mei Xing and her unnamed cub are both said to be doing well.
Country represents US link with Africa: Mehleb
US is striving to expand its influence in Africa, Egypt heads project to develop its African interests, strategic expert says
Al-Sisi administration hopes to take advantage of the summit to reassure US businessmen regarding the Egyptian economy
In a sign of Washington’s unease, no senior US cabinet members will be attending the inauguration, with State Department Counselor Thomas Shannon asked to lead the delegation.
US companies such as Yahoo Inc, Cisco Systems Inc, Microsoft Corp and Facebook Inc threaten the cyber-security of China and its Internet users, said the People’s Daily on its microblog, in comments echoed on the front page of the English-language China Daily.
Judge Katherine Forrest will return to the Manhattan courtroom on 9 September to sentence Abu Hamza, 56, and wrap up what was the second high-profile terror trial in New York in three months.
US aid to Egypt to be reviewed to avoid it being used “as a tool for pressure”
Fahmy calls on “friends” not to confuse fight against terror with human rights abuses during US visit
Although Netanyahu would like the talks with Obama on Monday to focus on Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the White House appears to have a different agenda.
Obama signed the massive bill, passed by Congress this week in a rare budget truce, in front of officials from his Office of Management and Budget.
Deputy prime minister says “capacity to dialogue, compromise and move forward is present” in Egypt during a visit to Washington DC
The Al-Nusra Front, a fierce Al-Qaeda-linked group fighting the regime of Bashar al-Assad, vowed revenge against villages of the Syrian president’s minority Alawite community.
Sometimes when I find myself exposed to US policy regarding Egypt, I hear a lot of commentary from American researchers and journalists. What draws my attention most with regards to some of these commentaries, and attracts the most displeasure with regards to the volume of criticism levelled against American policy throughout the region, is when …
Mona Makram Ebeid stresses the importance of parliamentary cabinet and rejects any “American threats”
Columnist Ziad Bahaa El-Din explores the reasons behind the current tension between Egypt and the United States, the uproar of US public opinion and Egypt’s path to democracy. Ziad Bahaa El-Din The United States and the democratic path in Egypt Al-Shorouk Newspaper Columnist Ziad Bahaa El-Din begins his article with the trial of foreign NGO …
Saudi Arabia is a key supporter of the Syrian rebels and has long advocated providing them with better weaponry.
US officials had never officially announced that Kerry had planned to head back to Israel on what would have been his fifth trip to the region since making the resumption of peace talks a priority of his tenure in office.
Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee: Red lines have been crossed in Syria.
Kerry stressed that there was no question of arming the Syrian opposition, even as his Saudi counterpart Prince Saud al-Faisal insisted on the right of Syrians to self-defence.
Meetings will include discussions on the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to strengthen these relations in various fields.
Kerry meets his Russian counterpart here later Tuesday in a bid to bridge differences between Moscow and Washington over Syria
Ankara had initially refused to engage in official contacts with Iraqi Kurds, fearing that the establishment of an independent Kurdish state there could embolden its own Kurds
Morsy sends advisers, FJP members, to meet with US officials