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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is touring Mozambique, South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania. His huge country is looking for raw materials and allies in its quest for a permanent seat on the UN Security Council.
The Israeli prime minister met with African leaders, asserting that the continent “has no better friend than Israel”
Israel’s prime minister has pledged to help Africa fight terrorism on day two of his tour of the continent. Netanyahu said that in matters of security, Africa had no better friend than the state of Israel.
The Israeli prime minister held a summit with seven African leaders in Uganda, along with representatives from 50 Israeli companies
Fleeing war, drought and poverty , an increasing number of people from the Horn of Africa are heading south en route to South Africa. After arrival, many face arrest, deportation and xenophobia.
South Korea is waging a diplomatic campaign to wean nations in far-flung parts of the world off their alliances with North Korea. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The recent refugee crisis in the Arab world and Europe has taken the spotlight off Sub-Saharan Africa. But a new report by UNHCR reveals that the situation in Africa in 2015 was also grim. Here is a graphical overview.
The UK referendum on whether to stay in the EU will have an impact far beyond Europe. Africans are also watching closely – and have to prepare to deal with the vote’s consequences for themselves as well.
The initiative needs at least $20bn of investments before 2020, says UN statement
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is on a two-nation tour of Africa as part of efforts to strengthen his country’s influence on the continent.
Mohamed Abdelaziz’s death comes during a tense period over the territory’s status
UNEP Kenya representative demands an apology from Egypt over alleged misconduct
El Nino was one of the main issues at the first World Summit for Humanitarian Aid in Istanbul. As a result of this weather phenomenon, many African countries are being severely hit by drought, hunger and floods.
Africa economies are showing “remarkable resilience” despite economic headwinds, and are expected to continue growing in “challenging circumstances” this year, according to the African Economic Outlook.
In the occasion of the first official seminar in Africa for referees in the sport of the snooker, Daily News Egypt interviewed the Vice President of the International Billiards and Snooker Federation, Maxime Cassis. The seminar was held at the Shooting Club in Cairo. Video by Mahmoud Nasr Editing by Omar Korashi
Africa’s elite is meeting in Rwanda’s capital Kigali for the World Economic Forum on Africa. It is a good place to examine what economic success looks like because Rwanda is practically top of the class.
The delegation is expected to announce Egypt’s membership in the African Union
350 buyers from several European and African countries will participate in the exhibition
Fifty-four African leaders are currently in Cairo for the sixth special session of AMCEN
The AMCEN special session is held between Saturday and Tuesday
The duo discussed challenges on the African continent, the Nile Basin agreement, and common security concerns
While no African official has yet resigned as a result of the Panama Papers, African journalists involved in the investigation say they have given Africans a wake up call and could even lead to government action.
27 ministers of defence assemble in Egypt for fifth summit of CEN-SAD countries
Access to critical banking services is becoming a reality in the continent thanks to the rise of mobile penetration and the partner ecosystem accompanying it
EFG Hermes aims to support the company’s growth in light of the government’s commitment to supporting this vital sector, Awad said
It is set to be a Lebanese-Egyptian holding company based in Beirut for marketing Egyptian building materials, clothing, home furnishings, and engineering, food, and medicine industries
Corruption is the buzzword today. Everyone worldwide is talking about corruption. By definition, corruption is generally known as “dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery”. It also refers to bribery or kickback. Transparency International, the anti-corruption watchdog, defines corruption as “the abuse of power for private gains”. Transparency International explains that …
Throughout 2016, this was not the only victory for Egyptian champions in the sport since Egyptian and Africa’s number one champion Dina Meshref won the International Table Tennis Federation’s (ITTF) 2016 African Cup in Khartoum, Sudan and Egypt’s Amr Assar won the men competitions in second place
Egyptian investments in Africa are still modest, but the Dark Continent can accommodate investments worth trillions of dollars
Both countries aim to increase their economic collaboration