Thursday, December 14, 2017
Middle East

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Israel said it killed four Palestinian militants in an air strike on the Syrian Golan Heights on Friday, after cross-border rocket fire from Syria prompted...

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The chairman of Juhayna, Egypt's largest dairy products and juices producer, has been barred from trading on the Cairo bourse and his shares have...

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Egypt agreed a three-month oil products deal worth $1.4 billion with Saudi Arabia's state-owned Aramco to begin in September, the oil minister told Reuters...

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Egypt's stock market has witnessed heavy loses of LE40.84 billion this week, as all indexes dropped, Egyptian Exchange data showed. The main EGX30 index, small...

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Egyptian and British officials have voiced support for the internationally-recognized Libyan government’s call to lift an arms embargo imposed on its forces in order...

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The Agouza Misdemeanor Court has postponed its verdict over two belly dancers accused of risque video clips to September 3.   Mohamed al-Nemr, a lawyer who brought...

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  Twenty-six French tourists and 10 Egyptians were rescued on Thursday after a boat transporting them hit coral reefs and sank off the Red Sea...

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President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will visit Russia from August 25 to 27 to “reinforce bilateral ties”, presidency spokesperson Alaa Youssef said Thursday.   “The visit will secure an...

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A number of journalists staged a candle vigil outside the Journalists Syndicate late Wednesday marking the death of a colleague who died at a...

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Food shortages, lack of fresh water, and dwindling fuel supplies amid a civil war has pushed Yemen close to famine, the UN warns.Powered by...