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GNA prime minister denounces ‘shelling civilian areas in Libya’
During his meeting, Desalegn confirmed Ethiopia’s keenness in strengthening cooperation with Egypt in achieving stability in the African continent, hailing the remarkable achievements made by Egypt during its presidency of the African Union.
The shelling was fired by the Turkish forces positioned on Syrian-Turkish border and targeted areas in the western countryside of Idlib province, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The latest development came in the wake of Kiir compromising on the number of states, which had been a major source of disagreement with the opposition group led by Machar.
US Secretary of State remarks came during his visit to Addis Ababa
Around 500 Nile Basin citizens will be attending Nile Day celebration, along with Minister of Water and officials, researchers, and civil society members.
His remarks came in response to speculations that the US is putting Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan under pressure to end the negotiations.
Syrian president pledges to continue military operation in countryside of Idlib, Aleppo
EU launches mission to enforce Libya arms embargo
Following the Sudanese cabinet meeting, Saleh said on Tuesday that the final agreement on the operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is expected to be signed in March.
The EU had on Monday a regular meeting in which member states discussed the Mideast conflicts. The meeting raised concerns over Israel, as the country fears a strongly worded reaction to US President Donald Trump’s peace plan would be made at the end of the meeting.
Any future peace talks must be sponsored by international teamwork, official Palestinian news agency WAFA quoted Shtayyeh as saying.
Mayiik Ayii Deng, minister in the office of the President, said in Juba that the president, together with his two deputies, had resolved to return the country to 10 states and their respective counties plus three administrative areas.
Egypt has won the membership of the AU Peace and Security Council 2020-2022.
AU Panel of the Wise to visit Khartoum to address sanctions
US President Advisor Jared Kushner blames Palestinian president for violence
In a statement, Hamdok welcomed Burhan’s statement about the meeting with Netanyahu, expressing his commitment to move towards the goals of the state’s transitional period and to overcome all its challenges.
Russia blames Turkey for not notifying its advancements, amid Syrian shelling
Requested by the Palestinian leadership, the OIC organised a meeting for the 57-member body in Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah, to discuss US President Donald Trump’s Middle East peace plan.
Allawi faced a storm of anger from Iraqi demonstrators
Arab League will not cooperate with the US
Egypt coordinates with Kenya treating one million HCV’s patients, says Madbouly
These protests continue through 2020, affecting Egypt’s foreign policy, either directly or indirectly. In this article, Daily News Egypt views those protests, in addition to the impact of US-Iran escalation on the uprisings in Iraq and Lebanon.
Al-Arabiya news channel reported that the meeting was attended by the foreign ministers of Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, Chad, and Niger.
UN chief will work with new PM to achieve reform agenda
Tunisian parliament rejects Habib Al-Jamali’s proposed government early January
UN condemns Houthis attack, warns against escalations
The army also responded to a massive counter-offensive on government forces’ positions in the nearby province of Idlib by the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front, the newspaper added.
President called on security forces to protect peaceful protesters and prevent riots
Germany says Haftar agrees to abide by ongoing Libyan ceasefire