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Rights groups condemn Egypt's harassment of US-based activist's family

25 June, 2020

Five of Egyptian-American activist Mohamed Soltan's cousins have been detained, in what is thought to be a reprisal for his lawsuit against the Egyptian state

Divide and survive: Ethiopia balances Gulf, Turkey ties

25 June, 2020

Ethiopia is the most coveted target of the ongoing scramble for the Horn of Africa.

Millions at 'risk' if Ethiopia fills dam, Sudan warns

25 June, 2020

Tensions are high between upstream Ethiopia and Sudan and Egypt after recent talks failed to produce a deal on the filling and operation.

Egypt actor's transgender son sued over Sarah Hegazi post

25 June, 2020

The transgender son of prominent Egyptian actor Hisham Selim was sued after posting an Instagram video in support of Sarah Hegazi, an exiled LGBTQ+ activist who died by suicide.

Squash world No. 1 Raneem El Welily retires

25 June, 2020

The 31-year-old Egyptian was the first Arab woman to be world No. 1 in any sport.

Libya 'a priority' Italy's FM says during Tripoli visit

25 June, 2020

Rome and Tripoli are reworking a 2017 memorandum on migration.

Egypt police raid news outlet office, arrest editor-in-chief

25 June, 2020

Al-Manassa news site said in a statement that at least eight police raided its offices and searched computers before arresting its editor, Nora Younis.

Tunisian president hits out at foreign interference

24 June, 2020

Tunisian President Kais Saied on Tuesday criticised foreign intervention in his country and warned against efforts to divide neighbouring Libya.

An Egyptian-Turkish war in Libya?

24 June, 2020

Comment: Recent geopolitical and on-the-ground developments have ignited concerns over the prospect of an Egyptian-Turkish military confrontation in Libya, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

IMF cuts Saudi forecast as oil, virus hit economy

24 June, 2020

The new projection for the Saudi economy, the largest in the region, is a massive 4.5 percentage points lower than what the IMF had projected just two months ago.

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