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The communique was signed by Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Solomon Islands’ Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade Jeremiah Manele after they held talks.
Verdict expected on 3 March
Parliament dismissed reviewing previous court verdicts documents during the first session
The demarcation of maritime borders will bring economic benefits, says bin Salman
State Council judges have penned a new line in the honour of the Egyptian judicial record. One of the council’s judges said the decisively final word in the conflict between the Egyptian government and a major segment of the community on the sovereignty of the Tiran and Sanafir islands. Supporters and opponents shared different opinions …
There are disputes among MPs on constitutional articles 151 and 190, which are contradictory of each other
Monday’s verdict asserted Egyptian sovereignty over the Red Sea islands
The opposing MPs said they would vote on the agreement’s annulment, while other MPs are calling on the parliament to begin the discussion
More documents have been submitted to the courts from both sides
The five adolescents are accused of unlicensed protesting against the Red Sea islands demarcation deal
Ruling angers social media users and political activists, saying the verdict is too harsh on children
Video by Mahmoud Nasr and Nada Amr Editing by Ahmed Magdy
Lawyer was arrested on 21 April during nationwide security raids prior to the 25 April demonstrations
The prisoners were arrested during a protest against the Egypt-Saudi Arabia maritime demarcation deal
Pronounced relations between the two countries have been rapidly developing since the Egyptian-Saudi maritime agreement
The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague has delivered its verdict on the territorial spat. DW answers some of the questions related to the case to explain what the dispute is about and what is at stake.
Artist Christo’s orange floating walkway on a northern Italian lake closed after attracting over 1.2 million visitors, twice as many as expected.
The court will look into the request on 30 July
The three people were arrested on 15 April on charges of illegal protesting
Video by Mahmoud Fekry and Adham Youssef Editing by Omar Korashi
Saudi demanded that Egypt “occupy” the islands to secure them, say state lawyers