The Egyptian Foreign Ministry denies a statement issued by its Libyan counterpart about the “mistreatment” that Libyans were subjected to while transiting to and from Egypt.
Interior Ministry denies suspect died at Matruh police station of torture
A security source denied circulated rumors on a satellite channel loyal to the Muslim Brotherhood about the death of a suspect at a police station in the Matruh Governorate from torture.
Construction of Dabaa nuclear plant to start in July
According to the CEO of the Russian energy company Rosatom, the construction of Egypt’s Dabaa nuclear plant is scheduled to start in July 2022.
Report: Missile strike risks to Middle East nuclear reactors
Deliberate attacks on nuclear reactors may seem almost unthinkable – unless the reactor is located in the Middle East, a region that has the dubious distinction of being the only place on the planet where aerial assaults on nuclear facilities are known to have happened.
Rights watchdog demands probe into France’s role in airstrikes on civilians in Egypt
A global human rights watchdog, on Wednesday, called on French authorities to “immediately investigate” allegations on involvement in aerial attacks against civilians in a joint “covert operation” with Egypt at the Libyan border in 2016-2018, Anadolu News Agency reports.
France to probe whether Egypt used its intel to target civilians
France is investigating a report that its military intelligence was used by Egypt to kill civilians who were suspected of smuggling on the Libyan border, the French armed forces minister said Monday.
With French support, Egypt killed hundreds of civilians in ‘counterterror’ op, leaked documents show
Disclose TV has obtained hundreds of official documents revealing a secret French-Egyptian military intelligence operation used to target and kill civilians accused of smuggling across the Libyan border.
Egypt using French military aid to ‘kill civilians’: report
Egypt has used intelligence supplied by the French military to target and “kill civilians” suspected of smuggling, according to a report Sunday by investigative website Disclose, based on leaked documents.
Alarm Bells: Egypt May Seek Russian Help For Its Nuclear Plant in Port Said
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin discussed by phone the latest developments regarding the construction of the El-Dabaa nuclear power plant and a Russian industrial zone east of Port Said.
Russia starts 1st major part of Dabaa nuclear plant
Egypt’s Electricity and Renewable Energy Minister Mohamed Shaker participated in the Saturday signing ceremony for a document reviewing the readiness of the Russiah “Atommash” company to start manufacturing the reactor core catcher, the first long-term equipment for the Dabaa nuclear plant project – Egypt’s first Nuclear plant.