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White House guidelines, including measures such as physical distancing, avoiding large gatherings and working from home, are set to expire Thursday
“This would be a long-term investment into the future of American health, safety and the economy,” he told reporters at the White House, “We’re just looking at it … let’s see where it leads.”
Trump impeachment.. What happens now?
The subpoenas were issued to acting Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director Russell Vought, OMB’s Associate Director of National Security Programs Michael Duffey, and State Department Counselor Ulrich Brechbuhl.
Erdoğan announced that he will never declare a truce in north-eastern Syria, will re-evaluate upcoming US visit
Trump’s upcoming visit to the Middle East will tackle terrorism, Iran, Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and Syrian crisis
The technology will be used for chronicling closed tombs for future generations
The phone call between the two presidents, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and Donald Trump, and most importantly, the awaited visit by Al-Sisi to Washington both have several reasons that can be categorised into two segments. First, the regional perspective. This is a phase in which lobbyists use all their methods of influence to serve countries and …
The White House plans to transfer more inmates out of the Guantanamo Bay military prison in Cuba before Donald Trump is inaugurated as president on January 20.
The US president-elect’s view of the Syrian conflict has remained one of his few consistent positions.
The aliens are back. But will “Independence Day: Resurgence,” directed by German-born filmmaker Roland Emmerich, see as much success as its top-grossing predecessor from 20 years ago?
Ahmed Mohamed, the young inventor, and Malala Yousafzai, the young women rights advocate, both have a story. However, each story has a different narrative and a different ending. Ahmed and Malala are both Muslims and were both victims of ignorance, bigotry and a self-righteous mindset, and they both became household names. Ahmed was a victim …
The senior deputy to the leader of ‘Islamic State’ has died in Iraq. Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali was in charge of logistics for the terrorists, and the White House said his death thus constituted a serious blow to IS
White House report suggests democratic progress bears no influence on US military aid
Rights group’s report condemns practice of mass trials
Capital increase and full plan to develop the company, with investments of EGP 2bn
By Ahmed Tharwat On 18 February 2015, the White House hosted the summit on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE). The purpose of the summit according to a statement issued by the White House was, “to highlight domestic and international efforts to prevent violent extremists and their supporters from radicalising, recruiting, or inspiring individuals or groups in …
Invitation comes after Egypt reinstated to the African Union
White House says it is looking forward to working with Egypt’s new president, but also shared concerns
AFP- Iran signalled its defiance Saturday over America’s refusal to grant a visa to its chosen UN ambassador, saying it does not plan to pick an alternative envoy. Tehran also said it was examining its legal options over the row, which has undermined a cautious thaw in relations after decades of enmity following the storming …
The top US diplomat, who has made the quest for a long-elusive peace treaty his personal holy grail, was blindsided late Tuesday as minutes before a press conference at the NATO headquarters, both sides went rogue.
White House expresses concern about “the detention of journalists, of political activists, and… death sentences for such a shockingly large number of people” in Egypt
Ukraine is now entering a crucial phase in its development after the fall of pro-Kremlin president Viktor Yanukovych in February, as the clock ticks down to 25 May presidential elections which are expected to cement Kiev’s pro-West course.
Turchynov said Russian President Vladimir Putin had so far resisted intense international pressure and refused all contacts with Kiev aimed at resolving the worst breakdown in East-West relations since the Cold War.
Yanukovych still enjoys Moscow’s recognition and remains a political wildcard who the Kremlin says is pushing for Russia’s immediate invasion of Ukraine in the most explosive east-west standoff since the Cold War.
By Adel El-Adawy Conversations with senior Egyptian officials indicate that Washington should focus on preserving its strategically important geopolitical interests, not on using aid suspensions to influence the country’s domestic politics. There is consensus among Egypt’s political elite that no country could replace the strategic relationship with the United States. At the same time, the …
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