Egypt and Sudan are scheduled to hold discussions in Khartoum in the first two weeks of April, according to a statement released on Tuesday by Egypt’s Foreign Ministry, two days after Sudan made moves on disputed territory on the Egypt-Sudan border.
Sudan will develop a roadmap to eliminate Egypt’s presence in the Halayeb triangle area, the Paris-based Sudan Tribune website reported on Monday.
Saudi Arabia’s state oil company Aramco will resume shipping oil products to Egypt some six months after suddenly bringing them to a halt, Egypt’s Petroleum Ministry said on Wednesday.
The United Nations Higher Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has issued a decision to start processing registration and Refugee Status Determination (RSD) in only one interview starting March 2017.
On International Women’s Day, here is Mada Masr’s A-Z of the experiences and challenges Egyptian women have faced this year.
Former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s son Osama is being abused in the notorious Scorpion prison, statement released by his family said yesterday.
In a meeting with the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry discussed the commission’s desire to establish a regional headquarters in Cairo, Al-Masry Al-Youm was informed. Shoukry vowed to resume talks on the issue at a later date.
Israeli gas company Ampal has won a new court ruling that says it should be compensated around $176 million from Egypt in damages for the closure of the pipeline which transferred Egyptian gas to Israel, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported early this week.
Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir will visit Egypt next week as part of efforts to address tensions between the two countries, Egyptian MPs told reporters on Wednesday.
In his speech on Wednesday during the 34th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry talked about positive and constructive developments in Egypt in the field of human rights.