Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has urged Ethiopia to accept a “compromise” over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) crisis, Anadolu reported.
Amnesty slams Egypt’s ‘arbitrary’ travel ban on researcher
The Egyptian authorities have imposed an arbitrary travel ban on former prisoner of conscience Ahmed Samir Santawy, human rights group Amnesty International said in a statement on Saturday.
Diplomatic Detente No More? Explaining Iran’s Attempts to Restore Ties with Egypt
The political dynamics in the Middle East are undergoing a rapid transformation, with notable bilateral reconciliation and normalization processes claiming the spotlight in foreign affairs news in recent years – from Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) establishing diplomatic ties with Israel to Syria being readmitted to the Arab …
Actively Pursuing Marginalization
In an interview, Amr Adly and Hamza Meddeb discuss why Egypt’s and Tunisia’s debt crises have reshaped their geopolitics.
Egypt: Activists raise concerns over damaged artefacts in historic City of the Dead
Egyptian conservationists and activists are raising serious concerns about the potential damage to centuries-old artefacts and structures in Cairo’s historic City of the Dead.
Egypt: Imprisoned poet promises to escalate hunger strike
An imprisoned Egyptian poet has warned that he will escalate his hunger strike tomorrow in protest against his ongoing incarceration.
President Sisi stresses importance of dealing with real roots of crises, topped by refugee flows
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed the importance of dealing with the phenomenon of refugee flows and all forms of displacement, through a comprehensive approach addressing the real roots of crises related to challenges of settling conflicts and achieving security and political stability and comprehensive sustainable development.
European support needed as Egypt hosts millions of refugees: Shoukry
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry held extensive political talks on Tuesday with his Hungarian counterpart Peter Siarto, during his visit to the Hungarian capital of Budapest.
What will happen to Egypt’s debt if US dollar hits LE38?
The Standard Chartered Bank said that nearly a third of Egypt’s debt is denominated in foreign currencies, and any additional movement in the US dollar exchange rate against the Egyptian pound will raise the debt-to-GDP ratio.
Egypt and Turkey to restore full diplomatic ties
In a statement released by the Egyptian presidency on Monday, Egypt and Turkey to restore full diplomatic ties as both presidents Sisi and Erdogan agreed on “the immediate start of upgrading diplomatic relations, exchanging ambassadors,”.