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Egypt’s Options in the Development of the Ethiopian Dam

For decades, Egypt focused primarily on its foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa, and in the process neglected its Horn of Africa policy. Meanwhile, Ethiopia began construction on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Nile River. Problems along the Nile continue for Egypt as droughts, …

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Egypt joins with EU to protect water security

Egypt’s Water Resources and Irrigation Minister Mohamed Mohamed Abdel Aty announced in a July 24 press release that an agreement had been reached with the European Union (EU) to finance an irrigation-development project and improve the country’s water-management system. The Egyptian government has been seeking to expand cooperation with international partners to address the threats …

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Military court postpones verdict in Ultras White Knights stadium fire case

A criminal military court postponed issuing a verdict to eight members of Zamalek Football Club’s fan group the Ultras White Knights on Tuesday. The defendants, who include leading ultras members Sayed Moshagheb and Yasser Bugo, are now set to hear a verdict on July 24, according to lawyer Osama al-Gohary. …

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NATO to launch new program with Egypt: Brussels sources

CAIRO – 11 July 2018: NATO will launch a program with Egypt in the coming days to enhance mutual security partnership in the framework of it cooperation with the MENA region regarding political consultations and building military capacity. Sources in Brussels, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, did not …

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