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Armenia celebrates the 31st anniversary of independence
On the 21st of September, 1991 Armenia regained independence. Since then, our country has constantly been among the states which contributeto a more equitable and peaceful world.
Not contagious but spreading fast: Fighting noncommunicable diseases post-pandemic
How do you stop a disease you cannot catch? This might sound like a trick question, but millions of lives could be saved around the world each year if more attention were given to answering it.
Two decades after 9/11
It has been 21 years since the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001. These attacks are remembered by Americans with sadness and sorrow, as they took away the lives of thousands of innocent people who happened to be at the World Trade Centre in New York, in Pennsylvania, or at the Pentagon building in Washington.
Five challenges facing Britain
This year’s celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s platinum jubilee is a time for reflection as Britain undergoes an unprecedented period in its history, writes Tarek Osman
Europe is Africa’s partner for building our joint future
I am traveling this week to Africa, a vibrant continent that is preparing its future: pushing ahead the digital transformation, making farming more efficient and sustainable, building new infrastructure to reinforce connections between people, shaping the collective security of the continent and investing in Africa’s greatest resource: its youth.
Can the Arab East Move Past the Mess It’s In?
As someone who polls Arab public opinion, I’ve long been a fan of the 1919 King-Crane Commission created by President Woodrow Wilson to assess how the people of the Arab East wanted to be governed in the post-World War I era.
Nevine Mosaad discusses the recommendations of a National Council for Human Rights panel on freedom of creativity and academic freedom
Point-blank: Cultural policy
Applying the constitutional provisions on culture and the citizens’ right to access it is the best way to fight extremism.
A chair in the middle of the hall: When Obama said Assalamu Alaikum, and everything started
In 2016, and while the worshippers were finishing their Friday prayers in one of Cairo's mosques, the Imam started praying for the American President Barack Obama. That supplication at the conclusion of the sermon was a surprise to all. Some of the worshipers were less focused, so they started chanting “Amin” before realizing to whom that supplication was. Others were divided between supporters and opponents.
Averting an African food crisis
Dr. Akinwumi A. Adesina
It didn’t take long for Russia’s war in Ukraine to impact Africa. Already grappling with soaring inflation and still recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sustainable Infrastructure: Will Egypt Get There by 2030?
Urban living was once the future of humanity. The future has now fully arrived, with more than half of the world’s population residing or working in cities, contributing to more than 70% of the world’s CO2 emissions.
The BRICS: Jointly Promoting World Peace and Development
China hosted a series of BRICS events from June 22nd to 24th, including the BRICS Business Forum, the 14th BRICS Summit and the High-level Dialogue on Global Development.
June: A Beginning and a Beginning
A few days ago we said good bye to the month of June, which was actually bidding farewell to the first half of the year and welcoming the second half.
Celebrating 25 years of EU-Mediterranean research and innovation partnership
More than twenty-five years ago, the European Union and the Mediterranean partners committed to turning the Mediterranean basin into an area of dialogue, exchange, and cooperation, guaranteeing peace, stability, and prosperity.
Point-blank: Glass houses
The Arab ME project
Abdel-Moneim Said analyses the situation of Arabs in a changing world
Building blocks of national dialogue
Salwa Thabet Mekky
Launching a national dialogue in Egypt has been envisaged as a cornerstone towards generating broad public consent over the future of the country and the road to the new republic, which requires the creation of a cohesive and solid common ground to carry out the dialogue on.
No Future without Preserving Our Environment
The time to commit and act to protect our planet is NOW.
Egypt confronting consequences of Russia-Ukraine war, a call for thought
This article aims to launch a dialogue among Egyptian specialists regarding the negative effects of the Russia-Ukraine war economically, politically, regionally and internationally and find ways of addressing them to maximise our benefits.
Habermas and modernity: Intellectual planning for a new Germany
Former German minister of foreign affairs Joschka Fischer describes Jürgen Habermas as “the philosopher of the new German Republic.”
IOC president concludes visit to Egypt ahead of possible 2036 games bid
Ukraine's Odessa again attacked by Iranian drones
Former Ahly boss Mosimane named new coach for Saudi club Al-Ahli
Florida emergency declared as Tropical Storm Ian strengthens
Ukraine schools battered by Russian onslaught in south
On Ukraine, Russia says that it had 'no choice'
Italians vote in election that could take far-right to power
Live score: Egypt's Zamalek v Chad's Elect-Sport (African Champions.....
Tennis: In-form Samsonova beats Zheng to claim Tokyo title
Belarus foreign minister blames NATO, West for Ukraine war
Match facts: Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia) v Zamalek (Egypt) (Lusail Super Cup)
RELIVE: Egypt v Niger (Friendly match)
Match facts: Chad's Elect-Sport v Egypt's Zamalek (African Champions.....
Sarcophagus of King Ramses II’s head of treasury unearthed in Saqqara, Giza
Remembering Fouad El-Mohandes: The Master of Egyptian comedy
Russia uses ruble, Egyptian pound currency settlement in trade exchange with.....
Egypt to repatriate 16 artefacts recovered by authorities in the United States
Five challenges facing Britain
Egypt detects first monkeypox case; isolates patient
A final goodbye at the queen's beloved home