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First batch of Egyptians to return from Libya through Algeria arrived at Cairo airport
Sonatrach delegation to visit Egypt by end of week to negotiate supply quota from 2016 to 2020
The surplus is equivalent to approximately $43m, where in 2013 trade balance recorded a deficit of $ 89.9m
Algerian company Omnium Telecom will continue to control Global Telecom’s dealings finance-wise.
In its 30th edition, the championship is attracting the interest of many fans following the qualifying tournament, which held many surprises after the loss of major teams against teams of little fame, experience, and history in the championship.
Shoukry stresses importance of activation Libya’s neighbouring countries initiative to preserve Libya’s unity
Egypt joins international chorus to end “violence, terrorism and extremism” in Libya
Challenges confronting Arab region exceed security measures taken, says Arab League head El-Araby
Foreign ministers meet Sunday in Arab League to discuss Palestinian and Libyan developments
Thousands of Egyptians have recently been evacuated from restive neighbour Libya
Islamist dominated GNC appoint rival PM as international community calls for calm
1,200 Egyptians entered Tunisia Friday, fleeing the violence in Libya, says Tunisian news agency
Delegation from Algerian firm set to arrive in mid-July to conclude proceedings
The round of 16 has been played out and it did not disappoint, five out of eight ties went to extra time
Talks with Algerian counterpart expected before visit to Equatorial Guinea
The first week of the World Cup has produced some fantastic football; Daily News Egypt gives you a roundup of the best moments
Foreign minister pushes roadmap during Egyptian elections
EGAS president says shipments will meet electricity demand for two and a half months
By Luis Martinez When the Gaddafi regime was toppled in 2011, it left behind a security vacuum. Rather than a national police force, army or security service, powerful regional militias have taken over management of their own territories and the security of the people residing there. The visceral refusal by the regions to obey …
AFP- Final campaign rallies were held for Algeria’s presidential election on Sunday after the incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika and his only real rival Ali Benflis waged a war of words. The 77-year-old Bouteflika, despite ailing health and not even appearing in person on the campaign trail, remains favourite to win a fourth term in Thursday’s poll …
AFP – Algeria’s Islamists – once the country’s leading political force – are boycotting this month’s presidential election, chastened by recent poor performances at the polls and setbacks for ideological soulmates across North Africa. The three main moderate Islamist parties have forged an unlikely alliance with the fiercely secularist Rally for Culture and Democracy to …
AFP- Algerians will vote in a presidential election Thursday with Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who has ruled the oil-rich North African nation for 15 years, the firm favourite for re-election despite chronic health problems. The 77-year-old president has been conspicuous by his absence from the campaign trail, looking frail on the rare occasions he has appeared in …
Minister of Foreign Affairs Nabil Fahmy urged the African Union’s Peace and Security Council (PSC) to reconsider its decision to freeze Egypt’s membership during a meeting with the African Union’s High Level Panel for Egypt in Cairo on Tuesday. The panel, led by former Malian President Alpha Oumar Konaré, was formed following the suspension of Egypt from …
Relations have been strained since the US suspended the delivery of military aid pending “credible progress” toward democracy
Ghanem was accused at the criminal court in Oran last month of insulting the president, with the prosecution demanding an 18-month prison sentence and a DZA 30,000 (€280) fine.
Egypt’s foreign minister discusses regional and international issues with Algerian president
Foreign minister Nabil Fahmy begins a two-day visit to Algeria
Foreign Minister discusses range of issues with African and Arab counterparts ahead of summit
Bouteflika, in power since 1999, had been largely unseen for months because of health problems before he presided over a cabinet meeting on September 29 for the first time this year.
Fahmy meets more diplomats from across the world and discusses disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation among other issues in New York