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AFP – A timeline of the main events since chemical weapons attacks near Damascus on August 21, 2013: August 2013 21: Syrian troops launch an offensive in the Damascus suburbs. The opposition accuses the army of chemical weapons strikes east and southwest of the capital, including in Moadamiyet Al-Sham where hundreds are killed. The government …
The shipment was stopped on its way to Egypt by German customs
Army chief Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi meets top Russian officials on Thursday to negotiate a US$2-billion arms deal
AFP – Armed forces chief of staff General Hassan Firouzabadi has warned the Islamic republic’s arch-foes that Iran is prepared for a “decisive battle” if attacked, Fars news agency reported on Wednesday. “We are ready for the decisive battle with America and the Zionist regime [Israel],” Fars quoted Firouzabadi as saying. He also warned neighbouring …
The student’s mother claims she submitted videos which incriminate police forces in killing her son last NovemberThe student’s mother claims she submitted videos which incriminate police forces in killing her son last November
“Everything is possible” in the Egypt-Russia relationship, no deal signed: Foreign ministry
State Department provide little comment on Russian delegation’s visit to Egypt
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed that military collaboration was discussed in talks between the defence ministers of both countries
Russian foreign minister and defence minister to meet with Egyptian counterparts this week
Terrorist leaders abroad are carrying out psychological war against the successes of security forces: Ministry of Interior spokesman
Egypt’s permanent representative in the UN said Egypt took part in organising high level talks to discuss the issue
The team faces the daunting task of disposing of an estimated 1,000 tonnes of the nerve agent sarin, mustard gas and other banned arms at dozens of sites in Syria by mid-2014.
Fahmy meets more diplomats from across the world and discusses disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation among other issues in New York
By Dr Cesar Chelala At the St. Petersburg meeting of the Group of 20 (G20) of developed and developing economies, President Barak Obama faced growing opposition on his decision to go to war with Syria by almost all world leaders, with the exception of France’s President. At a critical moment in that conflict, President Obama would be wise to follow the …
As Washington mulls military intervention in Syria
A UN spokesman said unidentified snipers shot at the UN experts looking into allegations of a chemical attack near Damascus last week that the Syrian opposition claimed killed hundreds of civilians.
Germany’s economic ministry indicated on Saturday that it had frozen all decisions on arms exports to Egypt.
The United States has criticized Iraq for allowing Iran to fly weapons to Syria in support of embattled President Bashar Al-Assad
Russia and the United States have been trying for months to organise an international peace conference between Assad’s regime and the opposition, but so far to no avail
Court will investigate charges of inciting violence and killing protesters in front of the Brotherhood’s headquarters in Moqattam
The group suggested delegating the task of inspections to a committee supervised by the Supreme Judicial Council.
The report claims Morsi supporters blocked roads and were responsible for security response
Clashes allegedly erupted between Morsi supporters and Alexandria residents; Muslim Brotherhood claims they were attacked during prayer
The Sudanese spokesman said the army does not support any armed action against Egypt
Egypt struggles to combat terrorism but has had some successes, according to US report
Group of 11 countries will discuss new US-Russian proposal for Syria peace talks
Defence claims officer accused of killing protestors during the revolution was defending himself and his police station
Arafa is at large and the police are currently looking for him after he was sentenced to life in absentia
Libyan authorities have deported Egyptians who illegally entered its territory and captured boats fishing in its regional waters without permits