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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered his condolences. “My heart goes out to everyone affected in what is a terrible situation.
Authorities affirm Egypt remains clear of Coronavirus
Investment totaled $259.6 billion (€221.2 billion), with the figure representing the second year of decline after a peak in 2015 when foreign investors’ expenditure in the US hit $439.5 billion.
Safety situation is good, but Alexandria explosion raised fears, says expert
Major grape exporters delegation to visit Canada in February to promote next grape season, says minister
New export rules developed to protect the reputation of the Egyptian product
Imports from Canada fell by 25% to $250.5m
Prime minister Trudeau has called the shooting in the eastern Canadian city a “terrorist attack.” The gunmen, whose motive remains unknown, opened fire during evening prayers.
During the visit of a Canadian parliamentary delegation, Egyptian parliament warns against Muslim Brotherhood
The delegation also met with parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee to discuss bilateral relations
The delegation will discuss with the president ways to enhance bilateral relations between both countries
Foreign Minister slams warnings for 9 October, which the embassies released without specifying any reasons
Egypt committed to improve cooperation between both countries, says Nasr
German activists have launched the country’s largest-ever civil lawsuit in protest of a planned free trade agreement between the EU and Canada.
Chevron has won a key challenge against a multi-billion-dollar judgment over polluting the Ecuadorian Amazon with toxic oil waste. But the case is far from over – a challenge is still pending in Canada.
Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren says his team established the pattern “beyond a reasonable doubt.” He told reporters in Toronto that Russia’s secret service, sports ministry and its anti-doping agency were all involved.
On Bastille Day, France was once more the target of a horrible attack that claimed the lives of more than 80 people. DW’s terrorism expert Alexandra von Nahmen talks to DW about the attack.
Swedish furniture group IKEA has announced it’s recalling tens of millions of chests and dressers in the US. The pieces are linked to the death of six children who got entrapped when the furniture tipped over.
The EU Commission is reportedly planning to push through a free trade agreement between Canada and the EU, known as CETA, without giving the bloc’s national parliaments a say in it.
The deals were made in the fields of food security and SMEs, says Sahar Nasr
The Canadian PM has said his country is ready to “step up” during a visit to the UN in New York. The announcement comes amid a renewed push by Ottowa to engage in international affairs.
Both countries are members of coalitions to fight terrorism
Canadian mayors, provincial premiers and federal opposition parties, as well as numerous faith groups and even a retired military general have all jumped head-first into the refugee crisis, with many calling for Canada to increase the numbers it takes in of people displaced by Syria’s four-and-a-half-year-old war
Government data has confirmed that Canada officially fell into recession in the first half of this year. Prime Minister Stephen Harper is doing his best to avoid using the term ahead of a general election next month