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Press Syndicate calls for silent protest to demonstrate journalists’ anger at the “deliberate attacks”
Reuters – Egypt’s financial watchdog will allow insurance and reinsurance companies operating in the country to assign part of their investment portfolios to portfolio management or investment funds in Egypt, its chairman Sherif Samy told Reuters on Tuesday. Insurance firms previously managed their own funds and did not outsource to fund managers. The change aims …
Amnesty International recently condemned “state violence” and “widespread repression” in Egypt
The announcement of the breakthrough came during a visit to Tehran by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Yukiya Amano. No details of the accord were immediately released.
A rebel attack near Damascus triggered power outages across the country.
The resident, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said kidnappings between the rival villages are a regular occurrence and usually end in an exchange.