Egypt

Archaeologists Discover Ancient 2,600-year-old Military Fortress In Egypt

An archaeological mission in Egypt has uncovered the remains of two towers of a military fortress dating back to the 26th Dynasty, the last native dynasty to rule Egypt before the Persian conquest in 525 […] The post Archaeologists Discover...
Related topics: Archaeology, Military

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Algeria's Army Chief Says He Has No Political Ambitions

Algeria's army chief of staff said on Wednesday he had no political ambitions in response to democracy activists who say he intends to copy the authoritarian model of Egypt. The armed forces have been a pivotal power center in Algeria for decades...
Related topics: Algeria, Activism

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Filmmaker Reveals Why Egyptian Pharaohs Built Fake Doors In Pyramids

Grave robbers possibly sneaking into Egypt’s gigantic landmark pyramids 4,500 years ago have stirred the curiosity of multiple researchers, but it appears the fake doors in their inner premises have nothing to do with the rogues.

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South Africa May Pick Swiss, Croatian Defenders For Can

Johannesburg (AFP) – South Africa have included defenders who have played for Croatia and Switzerland at age-limit levels in a provisional 30-man squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) in Egypt.   Centre-back Nikola Tavares, 20,...
Related topics: South Africa, Croatia, Switzerland

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Mission Accomplished? Could Us-iran Conflict Tear Iraq Apart Again?

Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) – The rising tensions between the Trump administration and Iran have the potential to roil the entire Middle East, and no country feels the heat more than Iraq, which has warm relations both with the US and Iran,...
Related topics: Iran, Iraq

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Spanish Police Raid Office Of Ex-venezuelan Ambassador Over Pdvsa Case - Sources

Last week, Venezuela's ambassador to Egypt, Wilmer Omar Barrientos, said that the Latin American state has lost $30 billion over the past three months due to the sanctions and economic blockade.
Related topics: Police, Venezuela

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Egyptian Forces Kill 12 Suspected Militants In Raids

Egypt's interior ministry said security forces killed 12 suspected militants during raids Monday near Cairo. A ministry statement linked the militants to Hasm, an armed affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood, and said authorities found explosives,...
Related topics: Cairo, Muslim Brotherhood

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African Players In Europe: Mahrez Eyes Can After City Treble

Paris (AFP) – Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez hopes he can continue a successful streak by helping Algeria win the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) in Egypt during July. The 28-year-old started in the FA Cup final at the weekend as City...
Related topics: France, Paris, Algeria

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Sudan's Military Council, Opposition Resume Talks In Khartoum

CAIRO (Sputnik) - The Sudanese Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the opposition Forces for the Declaration of Freedom and Change resumed talks in Khartoum on Sunday after a three-day break, according to the TMC statement.
Related topics: Sudan, Military, Cairo

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Late Goal Gives Moroccan Club Victory In First Leg Of Caf Final

Johannesburg (AFP) – Leading scorer Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba netted on 94 minutes to give Renaissance Berkane of Morocco a 1-0 first-leg victory over Zamalek of Egypt Sunday in the CAF Confederation Cup final. Togolese Laba, the leading goalscorer in...
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Israel Vs. Russia: The Middle East War That Could Become A Nuclear Train Wreck

Michael Peck Security, Yes, this could happen.  As always with the Arab-Israeli (or Iranian-Israeli) conflict, the real danger isn’t the regional conflict, but how it might escalate. In the 1973 war, the Soviets threatened to send troops to...
Related topics: Israel, Russia

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Yemeni Houthis Plan To Attack Some 300 Targets In Saudi Arabia, Uae - Reports

CAIRO (Sputnik) - The Yemeni Shia Houthi rebels are going to attack some 300 critical infrastructure facilities in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, local media reported on Sunday.
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, Cairo, United Arab Emirates

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Egypt's President Pardons Hundreds, Including Prominent Journalist

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has pardoned hundreds of prisoners and a prominent journalist who had criticized the country's establishment. Journalist Abdel Halim Qandil was pardoned after receiving a three-year jail sentence following...

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Venezuela Lost $30bln Over 3 Months Of Economic Blockade - Ambassador

CAIRO (Sputnik) - Venezuela has lost $30 billion over the past three months of sanctions and economic blockade, the Latin American country's Ambassador to Egypt, Wilmer Omar Barrientos, said in an interview.
Related topics: Venezuela, Cairo

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John Obi Mikel Says Will Lead Nigeria At Africa Cup Of Nations

Abuja (AFP) – John Obi Mikel has confirmed he is available to return to Nigeria’s Super Eagles for next month’s Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, according to a team official. The former Chelsea star last played for Nigeria at the...
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Trump Greets Hungary's Hard-right Leader In Oval Office

Critics say Trump's hosting of Viktor Orbán fits a pattern of his preference for authoritarian leaders in Turkey, Brazil, the Philippines, Russia and Egypt.(Image credit: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP)
Related topics: Hungary, Oval Office, Turkey, Brazil, Philippines, Russia

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Two People Shot Dead During Mass Demonstrations In Central Khartoum – Reports

CAIRO (Sputnik) – Two people were killed and dozens more injured as a result of gunfire during the mass demonstration in the center of the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, media reported on Tuesday.
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Could Blacklisting Muslim Brotherhood Complicate Us Diplomacy In Middle East?

Designating Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood as a foreign terrorist organization could pit the United States against new potential enemies in the Muslim world, experts say. Analysts argue the designation could hamper U.S. Middle East diplomacy and...
Related topics: Muslim Brotherhood, Terrorism

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'world's Only First-hand Account' Untangles Egyptian Pyramid Mystery

Although the gigantic Giza structures are a famed tourist trap, with anyone making their way to Cairo by all means dropping by to see the towering granite and limestone structures, little is known about the logistics behind the construction work as...
Related topics: Cairo

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“the Presentation On Egypt,” By Camille Bordas

Fiction by Camille Bordas: “The word ‘relax’ made Danielle tense. Lately, everybody seemed to want her to make it a part of her life.”

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