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Edrogan stresses personal relations with Trump can end tensions over recent Russian S-400 deal
Shaker to visit Jordan next month to discuss increasing power exchange capacity to 2,000MW
The new project targets players aged 15-18 to participate in the international friendly tournament in the Netherlands, and other 10 players aged 10-15 to receive training with European teams of the same age at the expense of Simo Sport.
Visit aims to enhance economic cooperation with Belarus, increase investments
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait have highest turnout
WoodShow achieved EGP 1bn deals, sales
Company invested EGP 250m for packhouses, cold stores, with 300 tonnes daily capacity, to propel exports worldwide
The official statistics showed that 172,371 applications were submitted in Egypt for a uniform visa in 2017, down from 189,327 Schengen visa applications in 2016
Tourism revenues jump 83% in Q1 2018, says government official
Delegate demanded UK conduct immediate investigation into death of Mariam Moustafa
European football leagues have recently witnessed a real golden generation of professional Arab players who became comparable with the best players in the world. Many players of various Arab nationalities have participated in making history in European stadiums. The following lines shed light on the best achievements of Arab players in Europe. Rabah Madjer – …
Egypt’s choice is to remain a nation for diversity, pluralism, and peaceful coexistence, says Shoukry
“My Muslim/Arab status is not only ‘justifiable,’ but also highly beneficial in the business world, as it is stereotypically associated with wealth,” says Abouzid
Egypt can attract 700,000-800,000 tourists from these markets if coordination is established
Dar Al-Ifta’s terrorism observatory says Libya will likely be a springboard for Islamic State after Syria
A partial economic recovery in European Union member countries has not translated into fewer people living in poverty despite them having full-time jobs
In Brussels, American expats and people from around Europe are eagerly waiting for news on the US elections.
From the Syrian carnage to North Korea aggressively upping its nuclear arms program, a slew of global challenges await Barack Obama’s successor.
Nearly half of Italy’s population wants to leave the EU, the country’s economy is among the worst in the eurozone. Can the government solve this? Sandro Gozi, European Affairs Minister, is on Conflict Zone this week.