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Hostile plan prepared by fugitive leaders of MB
Deal of the Century to distribute the $50bn between Palestinian Territories with$27.81bn , Egypt $9.16bn , Jordan $7.36bn, and Lebanon $6.32bn
Sudanese people dreamt of freedom, change, and an end to the autocrat, Omar Al-Bashir’s era, which was known for brutality and oppression. With those hopes, they took to the streets in large numbers since December of last year, but violence continued, and the road ahead appeared to be challenging and uncertain. Violence escalated when …
In same session, parliament approves president’s decision to increase pensions by 15%
Both addressed bolstering cooperation in various fields, issues of common interest
Egypt has been battling several armed groups, concentrated mainly in the Sinai Peninsula
Saudi Arabia suspended last month oil shipments through narrow strait after Houthis attacked two oil tankers
Egypt’s successive defeats in the World Cup dominated writers’ op-eds on Wednesday
The meeting with the deputies at the ministry’s Information and Crisis Management Centre mainly came to discuss the strategy of security operations during the current period
Foreign minister also headed to Nouakchott to attend 31st AU summit meetings
“We hope women will represent 30% of parliament seats,” says NCW head
“Fear does not prevent death, fear prevents life,” was one of the most important sentences in the movie Mawlana, based on the novel of the same name by Ibrahim Eissa. Fear prevents movement, makes brains shut down, and allows hesitation to take us over. The desire to be free from fear remains the hope of …
The president asserted the importance of pluralism and expression of different opinions, denouncing the “ongoing ignorant attempts” to counter religious reforms
In the US, House Democrats are planning another sit-in protest on gun control. Although it’s bound to get plenty of attention, it’s unlikely to have much effect combatting the problems, says DW’s Ines Pohl.
Old school values and an inward focus: On Saturday, Australia goes to the polls to elect its sixth prime minister in six years in a campaign with no foreign focus. Helen Clark reports from Melbourne.
Wrong again: Opinion polls had suggested that the “Remain” side would win. DW spoke with John Curtice, a British professor of politics who specializes in opinion polls, about what might have happened.
Dozens of political activists further criticised prolonged solitary confinement for imprisoned counterparts
Amr Ali is facing charges of illegal protesting and inciting violence
Londoners go to the polls on Thursday to pick a successor to Boris Johnson, the current mayor. As Julia Macfarlane reports from London, the leading candidates don’t inspire much confidence among voters.
World football body FIFA’s creation of a watchdog to monitor the living and working conditions of migrant labour employed in World Cup 2022-related construction sites is the second time in a month that Qatar has been warned that it needs to demonstrate sincerity in its reform of the Gulf state’s controversial labour system. The announcement …