Stressing the importance of these monasteries, El-Enany will meet with Raymond Bonden, the former ambassador of Malta and an expert on world heritage sites to discuss the technical plan adding the site on the UNESCO list.
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These protests continue through 2020, affecting Egypt’s foreign policy, either directly or indirectly. In this article, Daily News Egypt views those protests, in addition to the impact of US-Iran escalation on the uprisings in Iraq and Lebanon.
Last week, Sudan’s capital, Khartoum hosted technical and legal discussions over the GERD, in which officials from Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia discussed possible measures to be followed in the times of drought, to prevent any harm to Egypt’s water share from Nile.
The Palestinian Authority boycotted political talks with Washington, since the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and the relocation of the US embassy there.
The organisation also stressed that no confirmed cases of the new coronavirus were reported in the eastern Mediterranean region, saying that the WHO is working with countries to continue strengthening preparedness activities in line with international health regulations.
Al-Arabiya news channel reported that the meeting was attended by the foreign ministers of Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Chad, and Niger.
UN chief will work with new PM to achieve reform agenda
Meanwhile, the public prosecution also ordered the arrest of some Egyptians accused of helping Ladislav Otakar Skakal, including Raouf Boutros Ghali, brother of former Finance Minister Yousef Boutros Ghali, to stand trial.
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The former employees of Sudan’s National Intelligence were reportedly linked to former president Omar al-Bashir. They clashed for several hours with the army, killing two soldiers and injuring four others, before the government ended the uprising late on Tuesday.
Gholamhossein Esmaili, Iran’s judiciary spokesperson, said some of those accused of having a role in the plane crash had already been arrested, without revealing the suspects’ identities or number.
The initial reports indicated that some employees of the national intelligence agency protested because of their dissatisfaction with the dues that were paid to them for retirement.
Russia had asked militant groups to let civilians leave Idlib through the three points, adding that the Russian forces had informed people about the evacuation points via SMS messages, leaflets, TV, and radio reports.
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The zoo was established by Egypt’s Khedive Isma’il Pasha in 1891. Although the zoo lost its membership in the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums in 2004 (WAZA) for ignoring the recommendations of WAZA inspectors, the zoo still boasts the greatness of the Khedive era in Egypt.
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Seven countries agree to form entity, supporting stability in Red Sea
Elwazir received Singapore’s ambassador in Egypt Dominic Goh to discuss cooperation in the field of maritime transport, land ports, and logistics.
Iraqi parliament passed a law to expel US troops
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei appointed on Friday Brigadier General Ghaani as the successor of Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s major general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, after being killed by an American drone strike.
Google described Ali’s innovations in computational linguistics, as the Arab world’s first step into the Information Age.
However, protesters started to withdraw from the embassy after calls from the PMF asking them to leave the area and away from the embassy out of respect for the Iraqi government’s orders.
Cabinet accepted legalising 90 churches and affiliated service buildings nationwide
The US carried out airstrikes against Kataib Hezbollah (Hezbollah Battalion) in Iraq and Syria on Sunday, targeting three Kataib Hezbollah facilities in Iraq and two in Syria, killing 25 fighters, and wounding 55 others, according to Pentagon Spokesperson Jonathan Hoffman.
The observatory considered this move provocative for the Muslims’ feelings, fuelling hatred and discriminatory feelings amongst them.