The statement comes following a series of sexual harassment incidents recently in Egyptian society
“I came today to prove my country’s good intention not only to preserve Egypt’s Nile water share but also to increase it,” Ahmed said.
Egypt Today sheds the light on the main challenges of Sisi’s second presidential term.
The ministers of irrigation and water resources as well as the chiefs of intelligence services of Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia met in Addis Ababa.
Head of the Administrative Control Authority (ACA) Mohamed Erfan, met on Monday with Christopher Wray, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
An Egyptian delegation led by the head of the ACA Mohamed Erfan, met on Friday with Amina J. Mohamed, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and his high-profile accompanying delegation concluded on Thursday a two-day visit to Sudan
Egypt’s Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel-Ati will attend the 18th round of GERD Tripartite National Technical Committee on Saturday
The Quartet Committee on Libya praised the security dialogue facilitated by the Egyptian government to settle the Libyan crisis.
Egypt Today will review the most important aspects of the expected law.
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Al Jama'a Islamiyya leader Tarek al-Zomor, admited Islamic political powers’ mistake in using violence against the communities within which they exist.
"We assure the Libyan and Arab people and ask them not to pay attention to such rumors on various media outlets," said Fadhel al-Deeb, political advisor of Haftar
After the presidential election, activists and groups started to call for merging political parties to “develop a new Egyptian political map.”
Bahaaeddin Abu Shoka was elected on Friday as the new chairman of the Wafd Party in the election held earlier Friday at the party’s headquarters in Cairo.
The report was published by the British news agency on 28 March regarding the progress of the electoral process in Egypt
Preliminary results show that around 24 million people cast their vote nationwide over the last three days
Sisi advanced with 114,827 votes, while Moussa received 6,045 votes
The NEA held a press conference on Monday to review the progress of the electoral process that commenced early today
About 60 million Egyptians are to begin casting their ballots on Monday and for three consecutive days to elect the country’s next president.