Egypt

Algeria Closes Airspace To All Planes From Morocco Over 'provocations'

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Algeria's authorities have decided to close the country's airspace to all Moroccan civilian and military aircraft roughly a month after severing diplomatic ties as tensions between the nations continue to grow, the presidential...
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Egypt Condemns Failed Coup Attempt In Sudan, Backs Transitional Government

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Egypt has denounced the failed coup attempt in Sudan and expressed its support for the transitional government, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
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Don’t Take Peace Between Egypt And Israel For Granted

Sean Durns Egypt, Israel, Middle East At the dawn of Israel’s 1948 recreation, Egypt was the Jewish state’s foremost opponent. On Sept. 13, 2021, Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett met with Egyptian president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in Sharm...
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Former Egyptian Defense Minister Tantawi Dies At Age Of 85, Reports Say

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, former Egypt's defence minister, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 85, the local newspaper Al-Masry Al-Youm reported.
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The Un Food Systems Summit And Some Issues Of Concern

Oxen have been used to plough in agriculture for at least 3,000 years. They are still used today. Painting from the burial chamber of Sennudjem c, 1200 BC, Egypt. Credit: Trevor PageBy Trevor PageLETHBRIDGE, Canada, Sep 21 2021 (IPS) Why is the UN...
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Will Turkey’s Détente With Egypt And The Gulf Extend To The Horn Of Africa?

Aykan Erdemir, Varsha Koduvayur Israel Turkey Iran Saudi Arabia, Africa, Middle East Although the extent to which the climate of détente will affect the Horn is not certain, the relative calm offers a unique opportunity for Washington to claim...
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How The 1956 Suez Crisis Nearly Kicked Off World War Iii

Michael Peck Cold War, Egypt Britain, France, and Israel attacked Egypt in 1956 with the Soviet Union threatening to respond with nuclear weapons. Here's What You Need To Remember: For Britain, the Suez Canal was a symbol of imperial prestige, as...
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'dismaying': Human Rights Groups Blast Biden Plan To Ok Millions In Military Aid For Egypt

'Dismaying': Human Rights Groups Blast Biden Plan to OK Millions in Military Aid for Egypt Brett Wilkins brett Sep 14, 2021 A coalition of 18 organizations called the administration's decision "a...
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Walking The Streets Of Gaza After 15 Years Of Absence

This piece follows up Emad Moussa’s account of entering Gaza from Egypt that we ran in July. The journey through the turbulent Sinai was harsh and oftentimes degrading, but I finally made it into Gaza after fifteen years of absence. I...
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Israel Pm In First Official Trip To Egypt In Over A Decade

The leaders of Egypt and Israel have met as part of the first official visit by an Israeli prime minister to Egypt in more than a decade
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Biden To Withhold, Restrict Some Military Aid To Egypt

The Biden administration has decided it will hold back some — but not most — of $300 million in conditioned military aid to Egypt over human rights concerns, a U.S. official said late Monday. The money that is being sent will also have...
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Why Americans Were Never Told Why They Were Attacked On 9/11

Why Americans Were Never Told Why They Were Attacked On 9/11 Authored by Joe Lauria via Consortium News, After a Russian commercial airliner was downed over Egypt’s Sinai in October 2015, Western media reported that the Islamic...

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Turkey Realigning Ties With Egypt ‘in A Region Where The Us Is Not Going To Be Present’

“Positive” normalization talks between Turkey and Egypt took place in May. This is bad news, considering Egypt’s troubled history with the Muslim Brotherhood and its subsequent outlawing of the group; Turkey is a backer of the Muslim...
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Moroccan King Appoints Rni Leader Aziz Akhannouch New Prime Minister, State Media Report

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Moroccan King Mohammed VI has appointed Aziz Akhannouch, the leader of the liberal National Rally of Independents (RNI), the country’s new prime minister, the state-run broadcaster reported on Friday.
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Egyptian Fintech Mnt-halan Lands $120m From Apis Partners, Disruptech And Others

Over 70% of Egypt’s young and fast-growing population of over 100 million is financially underserved despite mobile penetration exceeding 90%. Traditional banks often overlook this segment because of their spending power or financial status...
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Videos: Israel Launches Retaliatory Strikes Against Hamas Over Latest Incendiary Balloons Batch

In mid-May, Israel and Hamas were embroiled in a fierce confrontation that lasted 11 days, ending May 20 in an Egypt-brokered ceasefire. After days of skirmishes in East Jerusalem between the Arab community and Israeli police over an Israeli court...
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Arsenal Star’s Potential Transfer Away In Doubt Due To Wage Demands

Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny could reportedly see a transfer to Turkey fall through due to his wage demands. The Egypt international has not been a regular for Mikel Arteta’s side and it... Click Story Headline Above To...
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Subs Steal Show From Aubameyang And Salah In Dramatic Draw

Johannesburg (AFP) – Mostafa Mohamed scored in the final minute to snatch a 1-1 World Cup Group F qualifying draw for 10-man Egypt in Gabon on Sunday after Jim Allevinah had put the dominant hosts ahead. Billed as a showdown between...
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Gaza Recovers Three Dead Bodies From Smuggling Tunnels

Gaza’s ruling Hamas militant group announced the retrieval of three dead workers’ bodies from the cross-border smuggling tunnels the Palestinian territory shares with Egypt
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Pharaoh's Groupies: Why Are We Obsessed With Ancient Egypt?

I was initially attracted to Egyptology because of some unexplainable, irrational love for an ancient culture. But I now view these gorgeous, chiseled kings as bullies and narcissists.Fetishizing ancient cultures makes ourselves easy marks for the...

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