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MASHNOUK, IRAQI COUNTERPART TACKLE PREPARATIONS UNDERWAY FOR ARAB INTERIOR MINISTERS CONFERENCE

Interior Minister, Nouhad Mashnouk, discussed with his Iraqi counterpart, Qasim al-Araji, security coordination between Lebanon and Iraq, in addition to a number of joint security issues, on the sidelines of President Michel Aoun’s official visit …

Tillerson Calls for Transparent, Credible Elections in Egypt

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson began a five-nation visit to the Middle East in Egypt, where he called for next month’s presidential elections to be transparent and credible. His talks Monday with his counterpart …

Egypt Launches New Sinai Security Effort Amid Reports of Israeli Help

Egypt and Israel have fought three wars, but now they reportedly are cooperating as they face a common foe: a jihadist insurgency in the Sinai.

However, neither state is acknowledging the warming ties.

On Friday, …

استعداداً لاستقبال ضيوفه هذا الصيف

استعداداً لاستقبال ضيوفه هذا الصيف

عالم وارنر براذرز أبوظبي يكشف عن بعض الألعاب والمرافق الترفيهية ضمن منطقتي “متروبوليس” و”كرتون جانكشن”

 أبوظبي، 6 فبراير 2018: أعلنت عالم وارنر براذرز أبوظبي، المدينة الترفيهية المغلقة الأولى على

SUDANESE PRESIDENT ORDERS RESUMPTION OF BORDER TRADE WITH ALL NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES

President Omar al-Bashir has issued a directive for the resumption of border trade with all neighboring countries of Sudan in order to curb the smuggling of Sudanese goods and products across the borders.

President al-Bashir …

Palestinian President to Address UN Security Council

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will address the U.N. Security Council on February 20, the council president announced Thursday.

Abbas will attend the routine monthly meeting on the Middle East, which focuses on the Israel-Palestinian …

Eritrean Leader Criticizes Israel’s Migrant Deportation Plan

In a rare interview, Eritrea’s president has expressed his displeasure with Israel’s plan to deport tens of thousands of African migrants, saying they deserve far more than the $3,500 they were offered to leave.

President …