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Egypt has 900 foreign correspondents around the country to freely cover any events, says Diaa Rashwan
Prosecutor General ordered extensive investigation into calls for anti-government protests
“A good election will have a good impact because somebody who becomes the president of the country, who has the backing of the people and the mandate of the people, could step on more seriously in the peace process,” says Abdullah.
Under the current circumstances, China and Russia should continue to strengthen strategic coordination, safeguard national sovereignty and security, and oppose external interference, said Wang.
The maximum number of refugees permitted to resettle in the United States in fiscal year 2020 is 18,000.
If such a decision is made, Russia would be able to provide the resettlement of the United Nations and guarantee the rights of all foreign participants, Matviyenko said.
UN-commissioned report on attack will be available fairly soon, says foreign minister
It’s part of President Al-Sisi’s initiative to treat 1 million Africans with hepatitis C
Wearing a fake explosive belt, Mostafa boarded a plane heading from Alexandria to Cairo in March 2016, threatening to blow up the jet to force the pilot to change the plane direction.
Germany emerges as a possible venue for peace conference in October
Trump describes inquiry as “presidential harassment,” promising to release transcript of his call with Zelenskiy
Johnson faced lawmakers hours after the opening of the parliament as both the main opposition Labour Party and the Scottish Nationalist Party called for him to resign.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres described the terror threat as “evolving,” saying “the new frontier is cyber-terrorism: the use of social media and the dark web to coordinate attacks, spread propaganda and recruit new followers.”
Erdogan made his remarks while addressing the UN General Assembly, to which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded, “Egypt and its people have only the highest respect for the Turkish people, however, Erdogan’s continuous statements on the circumstances of Morsi’s death are ‘baseless’.”
Egypt requires safe access to water during climate change
Egypt’s president, UN Secretary-General discussed ways to revive palestinan peace process
“The aid also comes in light of the Egyptian concern to achieve stability in the brotherly Sudan,” the statement stated.
Nile water is matter of life and death for Egyptians, says minister
Statement noted that militants are members of outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group
“It is unfortunate that tragedies take place in Yemen as world leaders gather for UN General Assembly to promote peace,” says a humanitarian coordinator in Yemen.
Johnson remained adamant that he will not resign in the wake of the court ruling that his shutdown of Parliament was unlawful despite demands for him to quit from almost every opposition party at Westminster.
Pelosi said “the actions of the Trump presidency revealed the dishonorable fact of the president’s betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security, and betrayal of the integrity of our elections.”
“Wise leaders always put the good of their own people and their own country first,” says Trump.
Syrian government asserted committee ‘should be free of foreign intervention’
Shourdy will also discuss the effects of technology and the continuous updates in communications on leading and forming public opinion.
Iraqi officials claim rockets were fired from areas where Iran-affiliated Iraqi militants operate
Rivlin invites Netanyahu, his election rival Gantz to his official residence: Israeli media
Adib unveiled that both suspects rented an apartment in a building overlooking the presidential residency to do their mission
Trump described Al-Sisi as ‘a real leader who brought order to Egypt
Participants expect further expansions, investments in new projects, forecast drop in electricity prices