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The timing of the visit was after the Qatari Minister of Finance announced pumping Qatari investments worth $35bn into the US within the next five years
Turkey pressured for better relations with neighbouring countries, support for Muslim Brotherhood incorrect policy, according to Turkish politicians
Senior legal advisors say parliamentary law is unconstitutional
Meet the man behind the Al Jazeera, Operations Room and Cabinet Clashes cases
When asked about how the current insurgency will affect the electoral process, Hasona added that it will have a negative effect on both the voters and the candidates. “In tribal communities, discussion sessions usually take place after sunset.
“Security deliberately let crowds suffocate, attacked them, sat back and watched. I was not searched and there were about 30,000 in the stadium,” says witness
Sunday’s tragedy at Air Defence Stadium is second disaster for Zamalek fans after 1974, with Port Said massacre worst locally
Crackdown on wider segment of those affiliated with Islamists witnessed in 2014
Egyptian-Russian relations have been cold for around 40 years, but as Putin visits Egypt, the foreign policy game is changing for both countries
Why does the state keep fighting the young? they ask
Putin’s visit to Egypt raises major questions regarding funding for Egypt’s potential nuclear energy programme
Having friends over in Egypt, my home for over a year and a half now, is always both a great joy and bit of a hassle. What should and shouldn’t I show them to give them the best holiday and the best impression of Egypt? However, seven Dutch university friends proved to be an easy …
27 people killed ahead of Zamalek, Enppi game
Matariya would become a republic on its own, as it bore the brunt of the violence on 25 January
Party members eager to reflect revolution’s demands for democracy by participating
Most projected electoral coalitions describe their goals as representing the 25 January and 30 June revolutions, rejecting terrorism and extremism, and safeguard the national identity
The first Arab in the long list of the World’s Richest People comes at place 30, with no other than Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal Al-Saud from Saudi Arabia. With a net worth of $21.4bn, the investor barely owns a third of Gates’ fortune.
Fleeing for a better life, people are risking their lives for better opportunities elsewhere
Testimonies point to violations by police that resulted in Al-Sabbagh’s death
Cairo neighbourhood witnessed deadliest clashes in third and fourth anniversaries of revolution
Demands increase on each anniversary, as do calls against every new regime
Its backing will remain unchanged, but the lifeblood of Gulf aid cannot continue indefinitely
Religious figures, actors and other irrelevant guests are hosted to discuss and analyse matters of political importance on media channels, which neither differ in conduct nor content.
Experts warn of unfair representation, state control and failing public’s expectations
Al-Sisi’s call for a “religious revolution” was criticised, but was not followed by protests
In Egypt, the military is trusted because of its construed Egyptian-ess, and all that is against the military is perceived as ‘non-Egyptian’ or ‘anti-Egyptian’.
The Endowments Ministry is seeking to evict thousands of farmers in the Alexandria governorate in order to pursue real estate development
After war and donor conferences, humanitarian catastrophe looms in heavily populated strip
ISIS is obsessed with the myth of the Mehdi, and is preparing for his reign, claim AUC professors
During the 2011 revolution almost 45,000 refugees came into Egypt because there was no supervision on the borders