CAIRO – Egypt's president has laid out concerns over his country's share of the Nile waters, urging leaders of the river's basin countries to work together toward a more efficient use of resources. President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's Thursday …
Nile
The Gaza Strip's only power plant has resumed work, temporarily preventing a worsening of the energy crisis in the Palestinian coastal territory. Officials said it …
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Gaza Strip
News comes as relief for Palestinians in the besieged strip, but reports that PA may prevent its use a cause for worry. Egyptian fuel tankers come as a relief to …
Gaza
CAIRO — Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi says the government will increase the monthly capacity of ration cards through which it distributes food subsidies from LE21 ($1.16) per person to LE50 ($2.77) in an attempt to ease the …
Egypt
CAIRO Egypt's investment ministry has finalised a much-anticipated set of regulations outlining incentives that it hopes will lure back badly needed foreign …
Egypt
A group of UN human rights experts on Thursday demanded that Egypt halt the planned executions of six men sentenced to death on the basis of forced …
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Muslims gather at Amru Ebn Alaas mosque, one of the biggest mosques in Cairo for Ramadan night of destiny prayers in old Cairo, Egypt, June 21, 2017.
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June 19 (UPI) --New genetic analysis suggests cats first became domesticated …
Near East
CAIRO (AP) — The past week's tempestuous parliament approval of a deal transferring two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia is putting Egypt's government …
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