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Trump’s strategies will completely unfold when he takes office in January, says Al-Sisi
“Apologise!” was president-elect Donald Trump’s conclusion of two messages he wrote to the cast of Hamilton, one of the most successful Broadway musicals in recent times. He was thus responding to the incident in which actor Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays former vice president Aaron Burr, addressed the audience of the show. At the end …
Chancellor Angela Merkel is hosting Barack Obama in Berlin for the last time in his presidency; they will have plenty to discuss as frequent Merkel critic Donald Trump prepares to govern the US
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has told US President-elect Donald Trump that the city is “fearful” of his incoming administration
Speaking about recent protests in the US following his election win, Trump said that they are being incited by the press
Participants at the UN Climate Conference in Marrakesh have reacted to the election of Donald Trump with a mixture of alarm and determination.
Defeated Democratic candidate for the US presidency Hillary Clinton has made her concession speech
Speaking alongside vice president Joe Biden, president Barack Obama promised a ‘well-executed’ handoff of the presidency to president-elect Donald Trump
Angered by the president-elect’s discriminatory remarks, protesters warned of the rise of “white nationalism”
Annual military aid from the US will increase under Trump, as the president-elect, Al-Sisi, and Putin all seek to wipe out IS, say experts
Egypt’s administration welcomed Trump’s victory
As Americans head to the poll on Tuesday to choose their next president, how will either affect the Middle East? Daily News Egypt takes a look at each candidate’s statements on topics ranging from Islamic State to Israel
The latest polls have put Hillary Clinton slightly ahead of Donald Trump as the candidates wrap up a round of final rallies.
Days before Americans go to the polls to elect a new leader, investors seem concerned and not particularly enthused by the two presidential contenders
Some see acclaimed Israeli author Etgar Keret as a traitor due to his criticism of the government.
US presidential candidates Trump and Clinton have faced off in their third and last debate in Las Vegas.
US will recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, says Trump
Several US academics and activists called on Trump and Clinton not to meet Al-Sisi, but the meetings were held anyway
The Philippines “drugs war” President Duterte has been urged by US President Barack Obama to show judicious restraint. From Laos, Obama said US Republican candidate Donald Trump disqualified himself with “wacky ideas.”
US presidential candidate Donald Trump told a TV forum that the Russian leader is “far more” of a leader than Obama; he also said the US military had been “reduced to rubble” under the current leadership
The Egyptian MP has issued contradictory statements regarding the news reports
Thanks to Donald Trump, Germany plays an unusually pronounced role in the US presidential election campaign. But what both candidates say about it sounds like if they are talking about two different countries.
US presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Monday that he is willing to work with Egypt, Jordan, and Israel to extinguish Islamic extremism. “We will work side by side with our friends in the Middle East, including our greatest ally Israel. We will partner with King Abdullah of Jordan and the president of Egypt, President …
Donald Trump is still the unofficial Republican presidential nominee. It’s not official until the party’s convention in Cleveland. Ines Pohl looks at the chances he’s stopped by the GOP establishment.
Trump’s anti-Muslim comments have found resonance with many conservative US citizens, but who could’ve imagined that a Hindu group in India would hold a ceremony to pray for the presumptive Republican nominee’s victory?
Donald Trump attacking Hillary Clinton for her husband’s infidelity marks a new low in the likely Republican presidential nominee’s below-the belt-campaign rhetoric. Unfortunately, things are bound to only get worse.