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“DON’T WORRY, Egypt’s National Security is a red line that can not be crossed”, says President El Sisi

During the presidential initiative “decent life” at the Cairo Stadium, Egyptain president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi spoke to the Egyptian people about many issues that concern the country in this difficult period of human history, while the government is giving all efforts to provide a decent life for Egyptians through the …

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US interferes in Egyptian civil society

The United States on Wednesday warned Egypt not to target rights campaigners after a prominent activist was indicted, saying the issue would be a factor in arms sales to the ally. Hossam Bahgat, executive director of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, said this week that prosecutors indicted him and …

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Pope Francis Visit to Lebanon strictly focusing on The Money Strategy

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Qatar to help feed hungry Lebanese soldiers

Qatar will provide the Lebanese armed forces with 70 tonnes of food a month, the Qatari state news agency QNA reported, as Lebanon seeks assistance amid its worst economic and political crisis since a 1975-1990 civil war. Lebanon’s army chief Joseph Aoun had appealed to world powers at meeting in France last …

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Kuwaiti poet arrested for fake news, insulting emir

Kuwaiti authorities arrested a political activist and prominent poet over tweets criticising the government, his family said on Wednesday, as a political crisis between the government and opposition weighs on the wealthy Gulf state. Jamal Al-Sayer, also a businessman, has been charged with “insulting the emir, spreading fake news that …

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Egypt informed about Ethiopia damn refill

Egypt’s irrigation minister said on Monday that he had received official notice from Ethiopia that it had begun filling the reservoir behind its giant hydropower dam, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), for a second year. Egypt has informed Ethiopia of its categorical rejection of the measure, which it regards …

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UNESCO hosts international camel conference

An international conference considered to be the first global event on the UNESCO platform devoted to discuss the cultural legacy of camels has kicked off on Tuesday.  Sheikh Fahad bin Falah bin Hithlin, founder and president of the Riyadh-based  International Camel Organization, chaired the opening of the conference alongside Assistant …

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US mending relations with new democratic Sudan

US relations with Sudan have returned to normal, according to an embassy spokesperson in Khartoum. Amber Baskett, the Chargé d’Affairs at the American embassy in the Sudanese capital, confirmed the decision came as a result of the achievements of the interim transitional government. Sudanese Foreign Minister Maryam Al-Sadiq, who hosted …

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Egyptian electricity to be siphoned off to Iraq in 2 years time

The Egyptian-Jordanian-Iraqi electrical interconnection project will enter the implementation phase within 18 months, Sky News Arabia reported. It follows completion of technical studies currently underway to complete the export of electricity from Egypt to Amman and Baghdad, the broadcaster reported, citing Egyptian government sources. Egypt produces an electricity surplus estimated …

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Egypt to invest trillions of pounds in infrastructure

Spending on infrastructure projects in Egypt has reached more than 1.7 trillion Egyptian pounds ( $100 billion) over the past seven years, said the Egyptian Minister of Planning and Economic Development, Hala Al-Saeed. This helped to achieve economic growth rates of 5 percent before the pandemic and to reduce unemployment, …

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BREAKING NEWS – Egypt, Iraq, Jordan summit in Baghdad

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi arrived in Baghdad on Sunday morning to participate in a trilateral summit alongside Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi and Jordan’s King Abdullah II. This is the first visit by an Egyptian head of state since 30 years. The summit will reflect their mutual desire to inaugurate a new …

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Saudi eager to build industries in Oman

Saudi Arabia plans to establish an industrial zone in Oman, following joint discussions between the two Gulf states, Saudi Press Agency reported. Saudi Arabia will be developing, operating, and managing the industrial zone while setting up logistics routes to transport goods between the two countries. In a recent official visit …

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Egypt enters green hydrogen league

Another week, another huge green hydrogen project announcement in the Middle East. This time, it was Egypt’s turn. The most populous Arab nation is planning to invest up to $4 billion in a project to create hydrogen through electrolysis powered by renewable energy, Egyptian Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy …

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Situation in Jordan escalates as ex-MP is arrested

A Jordanian MP expelled from parliament for inciting riots, has been arrested Jordan News Agency reported on Wednesday. Jordanian MPs voted earlier this month to remove Osama Al-Ajarmeh from the lower house after violence erupted in the suburb of Naour, a stronghold of the Ajarmeh tribe in southwest Amman.  Four …

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