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The MoU stated that the exchange amount will be used to finance the ‘Restoration of Baron Empain Palace’ project, so as to provide an integrated gate for the restoration of the palace, and upgrade the current situation.
It comes during a new round of the EU-Egypt Energy Dialogue held on Tuesday evening.
Abe expected to visit Middle East countries including Egypt, Saudi Arabia
Minister of Trade and Industry Tarek Kabil announced in a press statement on Tuesday that Egyptian exports to the Belgian market witnessed an increase of 28% in 2017 compared to 2016. He explained that Egyptian exports to the Belgian market grew in 2017 to record about €320m, up from €250m a year prior, bringing the …
Minister will give Egypt’s speech before UN Commission on Human Rights, UNDC
Maher Hamoud has spent much of his professional life as a journalist.
Countries worldwide are urging their citizens travelling to Europe to be vigilant in the wake of recent terror attacks. While many travelers are reconsidering their destinations, on the whole tourism is still growing.
After four games, 15 goals and a few pathetic penalties the quarterfinals are over. There will be a major first tournament semifinal for Wales, who are joined by three of the usual suspects. But what else did we learn?
With many expecting Belgium to finally fulfil their potential and seal a place in the last four, Wales produced a stunning performance to set up a semi-final with Portugal.
Throughout Euro 2016, team spirit has prevailed over individual quality. Smaller nations have overcome the odds as more illustrious opponents have faltered. Wales will hope to continue that trend against Belgium.
Marc Wilmot’s men secured their first quarterfinal place at the Euros since 1980 with one of the most impressive displays in France. They will take on Gareth Bale’s Wales on Friday evening for a place in the last-four.
Germany’s top diplomat Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged Brexit talks to start “as soon as possible” after meeting representatives of the EU’s founding nations. His colleagues also put pressure on London to hurry talks up.
An exceptional performance from Ireland gave them a deserved 1-0 win over group-winners Italy and qualification for the last 16. Belgium will join them after they beat Sweden, who are out, 1-0.
Never count Italy out, that’s the lesson from Monday evening. Defying the experts, the Italians made Belgium look ordinary, pulling off an assured 2-0 victory. The play of the match belonged to Leonardo Bonucci.
The mission concluded with a visit to the construction site of the Egyptian Grand Museum
This radical crime carries the same atrocity of crimes committed by “Islamic State” and Al-Qaeda crimes, the observatory says
Foreign fighters are motivated by “excitement” and “social exclusion felt in Europe,” a report commissioned for the EU presidency says. Germany has ranked in the top four origin countries for those fighting abroad.
Belgium’s friendly match with Portugal, originally scheduled to be played in Brussels on March 29, has been moved to the Portuguese city of Leiria following the attacks on the Belgian capital.
For many years, the image of Liège – a mining town in eastern Belgium – wasn’t particularly good. But today, the city has redefined itself as a cultural metropolis. What’s behind Liège’s newfound identity?
Ever since November’s attacks in Paris, Belgium has been stereotyped as a hotbed of terrorism. Several cities are trying to prevent young Muslims from being radicalized.
Campaign will meet major media in both countries, while preparations are undertaken for another campaign later this year in the US and South America
European Union investments in Egypt in Q1 of 2015 reached $2.03bn, compared to $1.6bn in Q1 2014
Egypt repaid $670m to Paris Club in July, another payment of same amount is expected to follow in January
Obama stresses there is no “quick fix” in military and ideological fight against ISIS
The round of 16 has been played out and it did not disappoint, five out of eight ties went to extra time
Unlike most Europeans, Belgians are shy to ask for better services, not only in public institutions, but even in the private sector. If a Belgian has trouble getting service, or buying a product, he or she won’t make a fuss. They’re polite. The service provider will apologise and everyone will go off on their way. …
The first week of the World Cup has produced some fantastic football; Daily News Egypt gives you a roundup of the best moments
Princess Marie Esmeralda films a documentary on the Belgian expedition in Egypt