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Reuters – Qatar announced contracts worth about $23bn on Thursday to buy attack helicopters, guided missiles, tankers and other weapons from Boeing Co, Airbus and other arms makers as the Gulf state accelerates its military build-up. The world’s top liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter announced deals with about 20 global companies, including firms from the …
Scientists and government representatives are meeting in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, to exchange ideas and release a full report at the end of the conference on 31 March.
Egyptian audiences enjoyed the introduction to this special and complicated genre
The trilogy is the IPCC’s first great overview of the causes and effects of global warming, and options for dealing with it, since 2007.
Al-Araby meets with JICA Egyptian office head to discuss joint cooperation projects
Rakuten ID users will jump to half a billion with Viber addition
Minister announces training programme to accelerate industrial processes with Japanese technical assistance, with a focus on metal and plastics industries.
Green goods cover a wide range of goods from waste management and clean water technologies, to solar and wind energies.
The fund increased its estimate for world growth this year slightly to 3.7%, after 3.0% in 2013, while warning that the rebound of the world economy is still “weak and uneven”.
The Paris Club is comprised of 19 developed economies.
Foreign Minister met with top Japanese officials before concluding his Asia tour
Petrochemical plant will be constructed in Ain Sokhna and is expected to create 20,000 jobs during construction and a further 20,000 jobs to operate the plant once built
Minister of Foreign Affairs thanks China for downgrading travel warning
The spokesman said he had been driving ahead of the consul, but when he arrived at the embassy, the consul was no longer following.
Foreign minister to focus on Egypt’s economy on second visit to Asia
Japanese ambassador expressed his country’s desire to expand economic cooperation with Egypt in a meeting with Abdel Nour
Since its release in 2006 Wii has sold more than 100 million units in the world.
Officials in the tourism sector argue that the extension of the curfew will not affect the already damaged tourism industry.
Ministers stress importance of Japanese tourism to Egypt
Egypt refuses equivalence between security force procedures and terror: Fahmy
“We are in the season of Umrah [a high travel season] and we are functioning properly,”
The Camry and Corolla maker, which last year overtook General Motors to regain the title of world’s biggest automaker, said things would get even better
The G7 nations, which together produce about half of the world’s economic output, are slowly recovering from a late 2012 slowdown
Tourists from France, UK, Japan, Honk Kong and Hungary involved in a hot air balloon crash near Luxor
Citizens of France, UK, Japan and Hong Kong aboard hot air balloon that caught fire near Luxor
Minister of electricity and energy: Dairut factory will be the first of its kind in Egypt to operate on a BOO scheme
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Japan goes to the polls on December 16, with most commentators expecting no party to gain overall control of the powerful lower house
Rock of Asia will stay in Cairo for one week and will be performing in several different venues
Made in Asia – China and Japan in North Africa, Saudi-style revolution