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The President added, “Justice relating to the water issue was proven by the Ancient Egyptian civilisation, which was founded on the waters of the River Nile.”
Kobler was appointed on 17 November, replacing Bernardino Leon
El-Moghazy had levelled libel and defamation charges against Nour El-Din on 8 November; AFTE researcher describes allegations as lacking “legal ground”
Conference is expected to discuss the points of conflict that arose between the two international consulting agencies
Water ministers of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan meet in Khartoum
Meanwhile, UN claims “important progress” in Libyan peace talks
President of Syrian Coalition discussed upcoming dialogue and Syrian refugees during Cairo visit
First round of indirect talks since August ceasefire agreement
This is the fourth round of talks for the trio in the past year after previous efforts had failed
Egypt’s water minister arrives in Sudan to attend tripartite talks held to address issues surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
The minister has left Egypt for Sudan to attend tripartite talks on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
The last tripartite talks were held in January but no agreement was reached
Syndicate says proof exists that meetings with health ministry do not solve any problems
Israel recalls its negotiators from Cairo and resumes airstrikes on Gaza Strip, Al-Qassam Brigades say Israel has opened “the gates of hell” onto itself
An IMF delegation will visit Egypt before the end of 2014, minister adds
The extension comes to provide more time for the indirect negotiations taking place in Cairo, says Egyptian foreign ministry
Ongoing round of indirect talks in Cairo are the “most serious”, says Islamic Jihad leader
Lavrov also said Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s peace plan announced on Friday did not go far enough.
Egyptian foreign ministry says no explanation was provided by the Ethiopian side and demanded one
Decision was made by the syndicate’s bureau after two failed attempts to hold a general assembly meeting
A source close to the talks said on Tuesday that there was a proposal which could see Pollard freed before the Jewish holiday of Passover, which begins mid-April.
Ukraine is now entering a crucial phase in its development after the fall of pro-Kremlin president Viktor Yanukovych in February, as the clock ticks down to 25 May presidential elections which are expected to cement Kiev’s pro-West course.
The Palestinian sources said Israeli soldiers entered the camp in the northern West Bank city to arrest Hamza Abu Alheja, 20, a member of the military wing of Hamas, the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades.
Doctors held an open ended strike in 2012 which lasted more than 80 days
AFP – Sudan and rebels in South Kordofan would adopt an immediate ceasefire and allow aid to reach more than one million people, says a proposed agreement issued as peace talks broke off last week. AFP obtained a copy of the draft on Sunday. African Union mediators presented the proposal for Khartoum and rebels of …
Iran agreed to freeze some nuclear activities for six months in exchange for modest sanctions relief and a promise by Western powers not to impose new restrictions on its hard-hit economy.
Russian ambassador held a briefing on recent high level discussions in Moscow
The new construction will take place in Givat Zeev, a settlement which lies immediately south of the West Bank city of Ramallah
Security will only be achieved through peace, says Egypt’s envoy
The government’s purge has extended to banking and telecoms oversight bodies as well as state television.