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Director General of IAEA expressed willingness to send delegation to Cairo to assist in putting up regulatory framework for project establishment
China’s education landscape has become increasingly internationalized over the past decade owing to a plethora of factors. DW speaks to China experts at MERICS about the driving forces and implications of this trend.
The two hostages have been identified as 48-year-old Norwegian Ole Johan Grimsgaard-Ofstad, and 50-year-old Fan Jinghui, a freelance consultant from Beijing
Three killed attempted drive-by shooting on security forces in Sheikh Zuweid, says army spokesperson
President Al-Sisi’s visit is aimed at strengthening economic cooperation between the two countries
Several business agreements will be signed during the president’s trip
CDB to provide $100m loan to finance SMEs, further Chinese grant of $30m for remote satellite sensing, says minister
President’s visit will include China, Singapore and Indonesia
Recovery parallels US and European stocks’ upturn
The more than 8% plunge in the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Monday, 24 August , is the biggest single-day loss Chinese stocks have seen since the peak of the global financial crisis in 2007
It was the realisation of a dream from a childhood obsessed with trains: taking one of the world’s longest train rides, on the Trans Mongolian Express and Trans Siberian Railway.
By Mohamed Alaa El-Din A recent report issued by GFK Institution ranked Egypt as having one of the highest smartphone sales in developing markets in 2015. According to the report, Egypt occupied eighth place in the list of countries that included India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Brazil, China and Indonesia. The report said Egypt’s sales of smartphones …
Company also offered to invest and establish silos in several Egyptian governorates
Cairo makes keen moves to advance its economic and military dealings with leading states, and its relations with Qatar may not be as bad as they seem