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Egypt’s Idku to liquefy Israeli gas in preparation for exporting it to Europe
Meeting discussed measures Ethiopia must take during time of drought
Ministers will meet in Washington on January 28-29 to finalise a comprehensive agreement on the filling
At least 20 people were injured in Beirut’s clashes
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.
Saleh accuses GNA of supporting ‘Turkey’s colonial agendas’
He received needed medical care, family visits, says ministry
The defence requested, during a court session on Wednesday, the referral of a misdemeanour instead of criminal court, local media reported
Campaign targets all children in Egypt from 1 day to 5 year olds
For 50 years, Qaboos was the founder of renaissance in Oman, his rule was characterised by wisdom, and resulted in a balanced policy that was rarely present in the world.
Berenice is considered the largest military base in the Red Sea, the largest naval base in the Middle East and North Africa, and the second of its kind in Egypt.
The Kenyan leader also nominated six new principal secretaries who will also undergo vetting by parliament before assuming their new responsibilities as stipulated in the constitution
The report urges donors to build on 2019 gains, sustain lifesaving response and support livelihoods early in 2020. ”
Saied called on the parties concerned to explain the reasons for their choices and the criteria they adopted as of Jan. 16,” the statement said. on Jan. 11, Tunisian parliament rejected the government proposed by Tunisian Prime Minister-designate Habib Jemli.
The timetable means that the House managers would ceremonially walk the articles of impeachment from the House chamber to the Senate well later in the day Wednesday, formally presenting them and prompting a trial to commence, said the report
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.
Mustafa Kassem was arrested in August 2013, and sentenced to 15 years in prison
The system was launched in July 2019 in Port Said governorate
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.
Qadir 2020 maneuvers continue for fourth day
Al-Sisi ordered extension on 12 January, says parliament speaker
Haftar left Moscow without signing ceasefire agreement: news agency
Mahamat further called on “all stakeholders to concentrate their efforts towards the continuation of the peace process.”
In remarks delivered when outgoing Sudanese Ambassador to Zambia Award Ali paid a courtesy call on him, the Zambian leader said his government remains committed to cooperating with all the regional bodies it was affiliated to in Africa
Gheit and Maas also touched upon the preparations for Berlin conference to be held later in January for reaching a comprehensive political settlement in Libya.
The registration move was aimed at getting rid of dishonest telephone line users, controlling cybercrime and protecting Tanzanians against those abusing the telecom sector
The Zambian envoy further revealed that plans were underway for the holding of a tourism expo in Brazil this year to market the country’s tourism potential
At least 27 cattle have since died from the disease in the two districts. The three human cases in Marondera were picked at a clinic in Chimbwanda small-scale farming area on Jan. 2 and confirmed at the Chinese-built Mahusekwa Hospital on Jan. 6, according to a memorandum from district veterinary office to the provincial veterinary office
While the three countries’ foreign ministers are expected to convene in Washington to solve disputes, Ethiopia seeks South Africa as mediator
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.