Al-Sisi showed strong commitment to promoting our cooperation, says ambassador
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The Korean Cultural Center in Egypt organised on Sunday its 3rd K-Food Contest. The event took place at the centre’s building, located in Dokki, and aimed to introduce Korean cuisine to Egypt, bearing in mind that most of the popular food in Egypt from the Far East comes from Japan and China. Park Jae …
Germany and Korea to finance construction of 5 water desalination plants in South Sinai and Borg El-Arab airport expansion
The new UN rapporteur on human rights in North Korea hopes the lessons he learned from other countries will improve the UN’s cooperation with the communist regime. But he told DW that he knows it won’t be easy.
Cooperation protocol signed between the two countries in medium industries
Having served in Korea and Afghanistan, NATO’s new military chief Curtis Scaparrotti is well prepared for the role. He is a thoughtful person, said a former comrade, but that shouldn’t lead Russia to underestimate him.
The KCNA news agency said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had called for an improvement in the country’s nuclear attack capability. He ordered more tests after watching the launch of two short-range missiles on Thursday.
Kim Jong Un has intensified his rhetoric regarding his country’s nuclear weapons arsenal. His commments follow a recent UN vote to impose unprecedented sanctions on Pyongyang.
The Japanese government recently agreed to pay $8.7m to dozens of Korean women who were forced into sex work to serve Japanese soldiers. The payment is meant as compensation for their suffering. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed his “deepest regrets” and “contrition” to the victims. Among the estimated 100,000 to 200,000 women recruited from …
Protests are part of a wider call for international action in solidarity with Egyptian detainees
President seeks fostering bilateral relations with different countries