Mona Seif said on Tuesday that all contact with her brother, prominent Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel-Fattah, has been cut off completely, as his hunger strike reached day 115.
Wheat prices are up again, reversing the drop in response to the Turkish-brokered agreement between Russia and Ukraine on grain exports.
China is expanding its arms exports beyond Asia to the Middle East and North Africa, as Russia remains focused on its invasion of Ukraine and congressional obstacles in Washington limit exports of US weapons to some countries in the region.
The family of a young Frenchman who has been missing in Egypt since the summer of 2021 is fighting to discover his whereabouts.
In November 2019, Joe Biden, then the Democratic presidential nominee, promised that Saudi Arabia would “pay the price” for the murder and dismemberment of American resident and journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He also said he would, in the event of his electoral victory, make Saudi Arabia a “pariah” state and not …
Remote-controlled cameras will take over responsibility from US-led peacekeepers for ensuring international shipping retains freedom of access to the Gulf of Aqaba, whose coastline is shared by Israel and three Arab nations, officials said on Thursday.
Egypt and Serbia on Wednesday agreed to boost political, economic and other cooperation as the two countries look for ways to deal with the global impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Egyptian opposition parties announced their categorical rejection of any alliance with Israel over the weekend, despite the two countries having had diplomatic ties for decades.
Egypt has reportedly released an unspecified number of detained dissident politicians and journalists in the wake of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi’s meeting with US President Joe Biden during the Jeddah Security and Development Summit on Saturday.
Italy’s courts will not proceed with the in-absentia prosecution of four Egyptian security officials who are charged with the 2016 murder of Italian researcher Giulio Regeni.