By Dr Cesar Chelala In a letter sent to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, dozens of Israeli youth blasted the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), accusing it of “penetration into civilian life, which deepens the country’s chauvinism, militarism, violence, inequality and racism”. Yesh Gvul, an organisation that defends conscientious objectors, stated in response to the letter’s publication …
Some council members disagree with report issuance
2.4 million Russian tourists visited Egypt in 2013 and spent 23.7m tourist nights
The Minister of Industry, Foreign Trade and Investment discusses with Sudanese government officials joint cooperation prospects between both nations
Centre identified a series of violations that children were subjected to after the resumption of school
Interpol searching for Rashid Mohamed Rashid on charges of receiving illicit gains
Human Rights Watch report documents widespread rape, torture, murder and extortion against Eritrean refugees
EBI conference this year encourages banks to adopt more sustainable practices
The energy and electricity ministry aims to ration electric power consumption by 20%
Holding company for Egyptian airports cites 4.8 % decline in air traffic, but also points to a Bid to restore Cairo Airport status in Africa amid visits from international lenders
The proposed scheme should cover the development the transport system infrastructure, review economic policies and legislations and amend relevant laws to lure foreign capital for investment in the sector, Salam told Logistic.
By Rehab Saber Egypt’s plan for building its first high-speed passenger rail project, which had been shelved for years has been made a top priority for the interim government, according to Minister of Transport Ibrahim El-Demeiry. El-Demeiry served in the cabinet of former prime minister HazemEl-Beblawi and maintained his post during the cabinet reshuffle in …
There has been an increase of 15% in the number of vessels received by SCCT
Three suspects in custody after raid in Upper Egypt
According to advocacy group young women attacked by mob of fellow students
PA negotiations with Israel could combat polarisation and extremism, says the foreign ministry
Egypt’s interim president anticipates competitive presidential elections
The last major IPO on the Egyptian exchange was in 2010.
That demonstration in Cairo called for a boycott of the referendum, as Morsi’s supporters refused to recognise the military-installed government that promised a “democratic transition” following his ouster.
Official results from Sunday’s poll showed 96.77 percent of the voters in the mostly Russian-speaking region opted to switch to Kremlin rule, in the most radical redrawing of the map of Europe since Kosovo’s 2008 declaration of independence from Serbia.
Obama will meet Abbas after telling Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that tough decisions are looming ahead of an end of April deadline to agree on a framework for future negotiations.
AFP – Security forces killed three suspected jihadists in an anti-terrorist operation Monday in a region of northwest Tunisia where Islamist militants shot dead four people last month, the interior ministry said. The police surrounded a house in the Jendouba region straddling the Algerian border and killed “three terrorists,” ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui said, …
The capture on Sunday of Yabrud by Syrian troops and fighters of Lebanon’s Hezbollah marked a significant setback for the rebels as it severs their important supply lines from across the Lebanese border.
Committee aimed at balancing prices of goods to meet citizens’ needs, says minister
Security forces allegedly fired tear gas into a dorm full of minors, attacked protesting parents
Other senior leaders appear in court for torturing police
The doctors held talks with PM Mehleb, health minister on Sunday
AFP– A car bomb Monday targeting a military academy in Libya’s restive eastern city of Benghazi killed at least five soldiers and wounded more than 10, military and hospital sources said. The medical centre in Benghazi reported that “five bodies plus an indeterminate number of body parts” had arrived at the hospital, along with “more than 10 …
The Morning Glory “is carrying a cargo of oil owned by the Libyan government’s National Oil Company.
A new coffee place in downtown Cairo promises a different coffee experience