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  • Thousands Protest Voting Problems in Nigerian Oil Capital

    ABC News: International
    29 Mar 2015 | 9:38 am
    Thousands protest alleged voting irregularities in Nigerian oil capital
  • Nigeria's delayed elections

    Al Jazeera English
    29 Mar 2015 | 9:32 am
    The partisan coverage of Nigeria's vote; plus, the 800 million Indians not deemed newsworthy by their country's media.
  • Sisi Holds Talks With Arab Leaders in Sharm El Sheikh

    AllAfrica News: Egypt
    29 Mar 2015 | 3:15 am
    [Egypt Online] President Abdel Fattah el Sisi held on Friday talks with a number of Arab leaders who arrived in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheikh to take part in the 26th meeting of the Arab summit on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Egypt's Sidi Kerir to pay dividend of 1.65 pounds per share

    Reuters: Egypt News
    29 Mar 2015 | 7:08 am
    CAIRO, March 29 (Reuters) - Shareholders at Egypt's Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals have approved a dividend of 1.65 Egyptian pounds ($0.22) per share on its 2014 earnings, with distribution in two instalments, the company said on Sunday.
  • Trial of Dublin teen in Egypt delayed - RTE.ie

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    29 Mar 2015 | 8:28 am
    RTE.ieTrial of Dublin teen in Egypt delayedRTE.ieThe family of Ibrahim Halawa has confirmed that his trial in Cairo, which was scheduled for today has been put back until 26 April. The Dublin teenager has been detained in Egypt for over 18 months. Amnesty International has designated him a "Prisoner Egypt postpones Dublin teenager's trial for fifth timeBreakingNews.ieIbrahim Halawa: Irish teenager jailed in Egypt tells family 'get me out or I Irish Mirrorall 18 news articles »
 
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  • Sisi Holds Talks With Arab Leaders in Sharm El Sheikh

    29 Mar 2015 | 3:15 am
    [Egypt Online] President Abdel Fattah el Sisi held on Friday talks with a number of Arab leaders who arrived in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheikh to take part in the 26th meeting of the Arab summit on Saturday and Sunday.
  • PM Issued a Decision Allocating State Lands for Public Benefit

    29 Mar 2015 | 3:13 am
    [Egypt Online] Prime Minister Eng. Ibrahim Mahlab issued a decision on allocating state lands for free for the building of mosques, schools, educational institutions and a police station in Manshiet Nasser, Belbis City, Al-Erqy village in Qena governorate, Tokh city and Awsim city in Giza governorate.
  • Sisi Condoles Over Death of Founder of Modern-Day Singapore

    29 Mar 2015 | 3:12 am
    [Egypt Online] President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Friday offered condolences to Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong over the death of his father and former premier Lee Kuan Yew, the founder of modern-day Singapore.
  • Sisi Receives Hadi in Sharm El Sheikh

    29 Mar 2015 | 3:11 am
    [Egypt Online] President Abdel Fattah el Sisi received on Friday 27/3/2015 Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi who arrived in Sharm el Sheikh to take part in the 26th meeting of the Arab summit on Saturday and Sunday.
  • 3-Way Summit Underlines Importance of Reaching Desired Results of Arab Summit - Presidency

    29 Mar 2015 | 3:11 am
    [Egypt Online] The three-way summit held between Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Yemen in Sharm el Sheikh underlined the importance of reaching the desired results, that will meet the aspirations of the Arab nations, during the Arab Summit, said Presidential Spokesman Alaa Youssef on Saturday.
 
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  • Trial of Dublin teen in Egypt delayed - RTE.ie

    29 Mar 2015 | 8:28 am
    RTE.ieTrial of Dublin teen in Egypt delayedRTE.ieThe family of Ibrahim Halawa has confirmed that his trial in Cairo, which was scheduled for today has been put back until 26 April. The Dublin teenager has been detained in Egypt for over 18 months. Amnesty International has designated him a "Prisoner Egypt postpones Dublin teenager's trial for fifth timeBreakingNews.ieIbrahim Halawa: Irish teenager jailed in Egypt tells family 'get me out or I Irish Mirrorall 18 news articles »
  • Egypt Prosecutor Names Brotherhood Leaders as Terrorists - ABC News

    29 Mar 2015 | 7:28 am
    Anadolu AgencyEgypt Prosecutor Names Brotherhood Leaders as TerroristsABC NewsEgypt's top prosecutor on Sunday named 18 Muslim Brotherhood members, including the group's leader and his deputy, as terrorists in the first implementation of an anti-terror law passed earlier this year. In a statement, chief prosecutor Hisham Barakat Egypt lists 17 Brotherhood leaders as 'terrorist' figuresAnadolu Agencyall 18 news articles »
  • Aabar, Arabtec Consider More Investments in Egypt - Wall Street Journal

    29 Mar 2015 | 6:55 am
    Aabar, Arabtec Consider More Investments in EgyptWall Street JournalHe cites the country's large population—with close to 90 million souls Egypt is the Arab world's most-populous nation—and the rising need for infrastructure and housing as reasons for his optimism. Aabar last year bought a stake in Cairo-based real and more »
  • Civil War Timeline: Egypt's greatest tragedy - The Southern

    29 Mar 2015 | 4:03 am
    Civil War Timeline: Egypt's greatest tragedyThe SouthernReports will appear on days of significance to Southern Illinois — known at the time as Egypt. Pvt. Joseph M. Beavers and 204 other members of the 56th Illinois Infantry, their terms of service expired, were finally homeward bound after three years of
  • Egypt jails two over Israel espionage charges - Ynetnews

    28 Mar 2015 | 11:51 am
    YnetnewsEgypt jails two over Israel espionage chargesYnetnewsGiza court sentences man and woman to lengthy prison terms for passing 'strategic information' to Israeli intelligence officials. AFP. Published: 03.28.15, 21:50 / Israel News. A court in Egypt has sentenced a man and woman to lengthy jail terms and Egypt jails 2 Egyptians, 2 Israelis for spyingwww.worldbulletin.netEgypt jails two convicted of spying for IsraelAmmon Newsall 14 news articles »
 
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  • Amb. Marc Ginsberg: Swiss Fondue With Iran While It Blows Up Yemen

    Amb. Marc Ginsberg
    27 Mar 2015 | 6:35 am
    Just think about the supreme irony unfolding in war-torn Yemen -- Exhibit A of what I would charitably call "Kerry compartmentalization." While feve... Read more: Yemen, Houthi Rebels, Saudi Arabia, Bab El Mandeb, Taiz, Saan'A, Sunni, Shiite, Iran Nuclear Weapons, Iran Nuclear Negotiations, P5+1 Negotiations, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, John Kerry, World News
  • Is This The Oldest Case Of Breast Cancer?

    The Huffington Post News Team
    25 Mar 2015 | 5:53 am
    Archaeologists say they may have found the world's oldest case of breast cancer in a skeleton unearthed recently in Egypt -- a reminder that cancer i... Read more: Oldest Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer, Breast Cancer Skeleton, Skeletons, Archaeology, Anthropology, Ancient Breast Cancer, Egypt, Ancient Egypt, Earliest Case of Cancer, Science News
  • This UN Women Campaign Challenges Men To Say Their Mother's Name In Public

    The Huffington Post News Team
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:57 am
    Many Egyptian and Middle Eastern men won't speak their mother's name in public, but the United Nations is looking to change that with a Mother's Day c... Read more: Women, Egypt, Women's Rights, Middle East, Un Women, Women News
  • Can Political Islam Co-Exist With Liberal Democracy?

    The Huffington Post News Team
    21 Mar 2015 | 4:14 am
    Every week, The WorldPost asks an expert to shed light on a topic driving headlines around the world. Today, we speak with Shadi Hamid on the current ... Read more: Islam, Islamic State, Islamists, Islamist Politics, Islamic Politics, Tunisia, Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood, Turkey AKP Party, Erdogan, Turkey Islamist, Islamist Parties, Shadi Hamid, WorldPost Middle East, Best of Huffpost, World News
  • Egypt Court Acquits Mubarak's Top Security Official

    The Huffington Post News Team
    19 Mar 2015 | 1:43 am
    CAIRO (AP) — An Egyptian court has acquitted ousted President Hosni Mubarak's top security official of corruption charges. The verdic... Read more: Ap, Egypt Acquits Habib Adly, Egypt, Egypt News, Egypt Trials, Egypt Mubarak Trial, Egypt Mubarak, Egypt Mubarak Officials, Egypt Habib El-Adly, Habib El-Adly, World News
 
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  • Egypt: Another human H5N1 death

    29 Mar 2015 | 9:19 am
    Via Egypt Independent , a report from Al-Masry Al-Youm : Egypt bird flu death toll at 16 in 2015 . Excerpt: A 27-year old woman who raised birds in her home in the Sohag governorate, died of bird flu on Sunday.
  • The Senselessness of Joining in a Sunni vs. Shiite War

    28 Mar 2015 | 6:50 pm
    What sense does this make? The U.S. is abetting Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Jordan, Morocco and Sudan-all ruled by Sunni Muslims many of whom despise Shiite Muslims-to attack and roll back advances by the Shiite Houthis of Yemen who are eager to fight al-Qaeda and ISIL in that impoverished, unstable nation. Recall that shortly after 9/11, the George W. Bush administration declared that "he who is not for us is against us," scaring the shit out of anyone hesitant to cooperate with U.S. war plans.
  • Libya tells Arab summit arms embargo must be lifted to fight IS

    28 Mar 2015 | 2:41 pm
    Libya told an Arab summit on Saturday that a U.N. arms embargo on the country must be lifted to help prevent the advance of Islamic State militants. "I say to those who oppose or delay the arming of the Libyan army that you are giving an opportunity to Daesh terrorists to flourish in Libya and to spread beyond it," said Aqila Saleh, president of Libya's internationally-recognised parliament, using a derogatory Arabic term for Islamic State.
  • Yemenis, expatriates look for safe haven

    28 Mar 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Muscat: As Saudi Arabia-led warplanes continue pounding Houthi rebels in Yemen for the third night turning Sanaa, the capital city, into a ghost town, both Yemenis and foreigners told the Times of Oman that they are looking for an option to flee to a safe haven. Stay ahead of the rest and download our free WhatsNews app for Apple, Android or Blackberry "We were working in a hospital in Sanaa near the airport.
  • Sayyid Asa'ad, Representative of His Majesty the Sultan arrives in Egypt for Arab Summit

    28 Mar 2015 | 4:22 am
    Sharm El Sheikh: Sayyid Asaad bin Tariq Al Said, Representative of His Majesty the Sultan arrived here, on Friday, heading the Sultanate delegation to the 26th Ordinary Arab Summit Conference of the Arab League, which will begin on Saturday and last for two days. Stay ahead of the rest and download our free WhatsNews app for Apple, Android or Blackberry On his arrival, Sayyid Asa'ad was received by Ibrahim Mahlab, Egypt's Prime Minister; Dr Nabil Elaraby, Secretary General of the Arab League; Samih Shukri, the Foreign Minister and Khaled Fouda, Governor of South Sinai.
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  • On Bombs

    8 Mar 2015 | 7:14 am
    Yesterday I was greeted on opening Facebook, one of the best sources of information in Egypt, by a post by the daughter of a close friend saying that the police had shown up in a very timely manner to take care of what appeared to be a bomb near their apartment building in Maadi. She had been contacted by a neighbour who informed her of the arrival of the police and her boab (the doorman to the apartment building) told her that someone had seen something near the large electrical box on the corner that had wires and looked very suspicious, so the police had been called. There subsequently was…
  • Catching Up To Myself

    12 Jan 2015 | 8:26 am
    The last few months have been a whirlwind of strangeness in the Middle East. I keep up with the news on my Facebook page for friends who have lived here and perhaps left but who are still interested in an area that is a weird kind of black hole in the normal media. People hear about either the most irrelevant or the most horrific things that might happen here, but when you live in MENA (short for Middle East/North Africa) the real news runs the gamut from things that make you laugh out loud, although not nearly often enough these  years, to things that are simply hard to believe. This…
  • Learning To Live And Living to Learn

    9 Aug 2014 | 11:00 am
     I was talking to a friend today about this blog post and he told me that there is an Egyptian saying "If you do something, you might make a mistake and be punished, but if you do nothing you can't make a mistake."Once a social psychologist, I suspect always a social psychologist. I went off to graduate school at the University of Waterloo in the mid 70's with a lot of illusions, but mostly I went there because they had a very short application form and one of my peculiar oddities is a horror of filling out forms. I can always think of other ways to answer the questions on them, ways…
  • Losing A Voice of Reason in Egypt

    29 Apr 2014 | 10:17 pm
     A young man died yesterday who by any reasoning should still be here with us. Bassem Sabry was a writer, analyst, activist of the highest ethical standards whom I first encountered online during the winter of 2011. At times, reading the discussions on Twitter, Facebook and other social media, I was struck by his strong wisdom and innate kindness. When he published this on his blog I was stunned to realise how young he was, only 31 at this death, and how wise he was beyond his years. I posted many things that he wrote because he did it so much better than I did. I would urge everyone to…
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

    19 Mar 2014 | 1:36 am
     Revolutions are interesting things. While they can be quite exciting, frightening, exhilarating, and hopeful at the beginning, as we saw in 2011, they tend to drag on as a society tries to readjust and recalibrate...a process that is draining, frustrating, and often very boring. When it became quite apparent that the uprising in Egypt in 2011 was having a severely adverse effect on tourism which had been the main source of income for my staff at the farm, I began looking around for ways to keep a staff that was used to escorting tourists around our area busy with new activities. One of…
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  • The war in Yemen (in 1963)

    Ursula Lindsey
    27 Mar 2015 | 5:19 am
    Patrick Seale reported for The New Republic on the war in Yemen in 1963, which saw Egypt intervening to prop up a new republican regime, against the monarchy supported by Saudi Arabia and Jordan. President Nasser's armed intervention in Yemen is the most ambitious and dangerous foreign adventure of his career. It has brought him to the brink of war with Saudi Arabia and Jordan and provides American diplomacy in the Middle East with possibly its greatest challenge since Suez. By recognizing, in December, the republican regime of Marshal Sallal--Nasser's protege in Yemen--the…
  • Egyptian Christians pretend to be Muslim to survive ISIS attack in Libya

    The Editors
    24 Mar 2015 | 7:24 am
    A gut-wrenching account of the capture of Egyptian Christians by the Islamic State in Libya, by Betsy Hiel in the Pittsburg Tribune-Review: “There were two rooms for Christians,” recalled Hamdi Ashour, 29, a construction worker who shared Mahrouf's quarters. “We pointed out one.” He and the frightened workers said Christian men sleeping in the second room “were our cousins from our village and were Muslim,” Ashour said. “If they opened up that second door, we would have been killed, too,” because the gunmen would have easily discovered that the sleeping men were Copts. “They…
  • Links March 14-20 2015

    Ursula Lindsey
    21 Mar 2015 | 7:59 am
    What It Feels Like to Be a ‘Demographic Threat’ to Israel i.e. one of its Arab citizensNigerian Army Noticeably Absent in Town Taken From Boko HaramHow Will Tunisia Respond to the Bardo Museum Attack?War has plunged 80% of Syrians into poverty: UN report and "reduced life expectancy by 20 years"The Syrian spy who fooled the Assad regime in the southern frontTunisia’s Grand Compromise Faces its Biggest Test | Crisis GroupQ&A on Bardo terror attack.The Politics of Egyptian Migration to LibyaA historical view.Egypt honors mother who dressed as man for 43 years to provide…
  • What Happened in Homs

    Ursula Lindsey
    21 Mar 2015 | 7:51 am
    The New York Review of Books publishes an excerpt of Jonathan Littel's Syrian Notebooks:Ever since the beheading of the journalist James Foley, Da‘esh has become the overwhelming obsession of Western governments, clouding all other issues. The regime and its Russian friends can be proud: their goal of, if not quite rehabilitating, at least bringing al-Assad back into the game as a key player, is now within reach. Even more than the fate of the broader Middle East, it is the fear, even to the point of psychosis, of another jihadi backlash against Western interests—of another September 11…
  • You probably won’t read this piece about Syria - Al Jazeera English

    The Editors
    19 Mar 2015 | 7:58 pm
    AJE's online editor, Barry Malone, on how few read about Syria's humanitarian disaster anymore: We have seen a stagnation in traffic to our Syria conflict stories since 2012 with intermittent peaks when it makes headlines - Assad says something unusual, the possibility of Western missiles. Recently, though there have been occasional spikes, they appear mostly related to ISIL. The taking of Fallujah, the fall of Mosul, the detestable beheadings, and the sledgehammering of history. The twisted steal the attention. And the people we should pay attention to fade into the background, bit players…
 
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    Egyptian Chronicles

  • Operation Decisive Storm : Day 2

    27 Mar 2015 | 5:21 pm
    Day Two from Operation Decisive in the Middle East with lots of updates and news. President Mansour Hadi arrived safely from Saudi Arabia to Sharm El-Sheikh.Egypt's President El-Sisi with President Mansourat Sharm El-Sheikh airport "Egyptian Presidency" On Saturday the Southern Sinai resort city will host another one of those historical Arab summits.In my life time I witnessed several of those historical Arab Summits including that one in Baghdad and what followed it from an Iraqi invasion to Kuwait. Of course this history is well known. Anyhow it is expected that the Saudi King himself…
  • The Dummies guide to what Happened in the past 48 in the Middle East

    27 Mar 2015 | 4:00 am
    Okay from where shall I start ??  May be 24 hours earlier. One unusual Wednesday News came from the Unhappy Yemen that Iranian-backed Houthi fighters stormed Aden. The Northern Yemeni Militant group aided by troops loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh stormed the presidential palace but they did not find Yemeni president Mansour Hadi.Instead they captured his minister of Defense Mahmoud El-Subaihi and put a 20 million Yemeni Riyal “Nearly $100,000” bounty for president Hadi. I do not recall that in our miserable modem Arabic history we have  seen something like that , I…
  • Talk to Me about Political Irony : From Habib El-Adly to Zakaria Abdel Aziz

    25 Mar 2015 | 3:33 pm
    Today Mubarak’s Former minister of interior Habib El-Adly returned to his home as a free man while former head of judges club and reformist judge Zakaria Abdel Aziz has been referred to a disciplinary committee in the ministry of justice  for participating in the storming of State security “SS” headquarter in Nasr City in March 2011 !!Habib El-Adly "L" and Zakaria Abdel Aziz "R" Oh yes Mubarak’s notorious minister of interior  Habib El-Adly is now a free man and has returned back to his home , to his luxurious villa in October after being acquitted in all the trials he…
  • #GERD Declaration of principles : Transparency is needed

    23 Mar 2015 | 5:07 pm
    Today Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi signed with the Sudanese president and Ethiopian PM a Declaration of Principles agreement in Khartoum  over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam “GERD” and the dispute over the Nile Water share of the downstream countries specifically Egypt. For hours we did not know what those principles are and what they meant back in Cairo while the media was praising the president and his wisdom as usual. In KhartoumNeedless to say in prefect normal circumstances such an agreement needed to be discussed by a parliament publicly before the president…
  • When The Daughters of the Nile Decided to strike in 1954

    22 Mar 2015 | 3:42 pm
    From 51 years ago Egyptian feminist and political activist Doria Shafik ended her 8- days hunger strike and sit-in along other ladies at the Journalists syndicate in Cairo after taking a promise from General Mohamed Naguib , Egypt’s President then in a written statement that Egyptian women’s political rights above them the suffrage right in Constitution in the what can be considered one of the most important feminist and civil rights victories in the 1950s. Suffrage protests after 1952 , you can see Doria Shafik in the middlewearing black ensemble "Dutch National Archives"I remembered…
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  • An Interior Ministry runs through it

    Sarah Carr
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:57 am
                    Note: this is a patriotic felucca not the Nile Taxi. I used the Nile Taxi service for the first time yesterday. Boarding the boat involved two fights and the near arrest of … Continue reading →
  • Progress

    Sarah Carr
    19 Mar 2015 | 1:15 pm
    There is no doubt some bloke sitting in some distant corner of Egyptian bureaucracy who genuinely believes that building a new capital city is the answer to Egypt’s problems. He’s probably the same genius who suggested building walls in downtown … Continue reading →
  • Cheesed off

    Sarah Carr
    2 Mar 2015 | 3:06 pm
    I had a mildly sectarian incident caused by pasta on my flight to England. I had requested a vegan meal while booking my ticket online and knew even as I ticked the box on the website that the chances of … Continue reading →
  • He promised you a war

    Sarah Carr
    19 Feb 2015 | 8:21 am
    the worst thing you will ever see in your life At lunch yesterday with members of my family the subject inevitably briefly turned to ISIS. Some of them argued that the group is a foreign (intelligence service) creation, and one … Continue reading →
  • Charlie Hebdon’t

    Sarah Carr
    11 Jan 2015 | 3:27 pm
    I don’t know which genius made this photo but to him or her I raise my hat Since world leaders give zero shits about the deaths of their own citizens never mind those of other nations the only conclusion to … Continue reading →
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  • Twitter, Facebook and the industry of terrorism and death

    Eman Nabih
    11 Mar 2015 | 4:04 pm
    Twitter and Facebook, The two most popular social networks in the world for communicating and advertising are participating in spreading and Marketing the industry of terrorism and death in the entire world. Twitter and Facebook became a tool of influence in communicating, recruiting and terrorizing, that is intensively used by different terrorist elements and armed organizations, not just in Egypt but ... The post Twitter, Facebook and the industry of terrorism and death appeared first on Eman Nabih.
  • The security situation in Sinai, February 2015

    Eman Nabih
    3 Mar 2015 | 6:01 am
    Within the framework related to the implementation of the comprehensive plan of the Egyptian armed forces in the elimination of terrorism in the Sinai Peninsula and on all strategic directions, our Egyptian armed forces managed during the month of February 2015, to carry out a number of raids against terrorist elements, which resulted as follows: First, the center and the city of Al-Arish ... The post The security situation in Sinai, February 2015 appeared first on Eman Nabih.
  • The security situation in Egypt, February 2015

    Eman Nabih
    3 Mar 2015 | 3:08 am
    This is a brief report of the security situation in Egypt during the month of February 2015. Summary of pre-emptive strikes against terror attacks in Egypt. Egyptian security forces managed successfully in coordination with the national security sector, in seizing smuggled weapons and explosive devices intended for use in terror attacks inside Egypt, and arrested terrorist cells and terrorist elements of the ... The post The security situation in Egypt, February 2015 appeared first on Eman Nabih.
  • There is nothing called Muslim Brotherhood or ISIS, they are all one

    Eman Nabih
    2 Mar 2015 | 1:38 pm
    ISIS, Muslim Brotherhood, Al-Qaeda, Al-Nusra front, Beit Al-Makdis, Boko Haram…and you name it. These terrorist organizations have different names and entities, but they belong to the same Jihadi thoughts and ideology rooted by Muslim Brotherhood leaders and founders. Osama Bin Laden, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Abdullah Azzam, Hassan Albanna and Sayed Qutb and other influential figures and founders of different terrorist organisations, they all ... The post There is nothing called Muslim Brotherhood or ISIS, they are all one appeared first on Eman Nabih.
  • The Cairo Tower’s Message To the United States of America

    Eman Nabih
    3 Feb 2015 | 12:22 pm
    On 9/2/2015, following the cultural celebration in the Egyptian Opera House, attended by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and President Vladimir Putin, President AL-SISI hosted President Putin for a special dinner in the Cairo Tower. For those who don’t know the story behind the construction of the Cairo Tower, or what was the message addressed to the Obama’s administration from the Cairo Tower on 9/2/2015: ... The post The Cairo Tower’s Message To the United States of America appeared first on Eman Nabih.
 
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