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Netanyahu praised Egypt’s efforts towards reviving peace talks between Palestine and Israel
The Nile flows through 11 African nations and serves as key source of freshwater – but sharing this resource is politically tricky. A unique project works to resolve conflicts and promote sustainable use – through music.
For the first time the report tackled the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
This year’s edition of the Armed Conflict Survey has been released. DW’s Matthias von Hein spoke with its editor about the rise of foreign fighters and how climate change could stoke conflicts around the globe.
Hundreds of major heritage sites have been destroyed or damaged during the Syrian conflict. Now detailed 3D mappings of the country’s famous monuments provide hope for their preservation.
Iran and Saudi Arabia are stoking the denominational conflict between Sunnis and Shias. Both sides are attempting to exploit an inner-Islamic conflict that has been raging for more than 1,300 years.
The annual survey acts as a blueprint for US policymaking and early action against conflicts
Russia’s power in the Syria conflict has been overestimated. The danger Moscow poses for Ukraine and Europe, however, has been underestimated. But the two issues are related, write’s DW’s Ingo Mannteufel.
The Ukraine-Russia conflict is increasingly polarizing people of both countries. But these couples are bridging the nationality gap and growing stronger together.
Syrian opposition delegation affirmed their keenness on reaching a political solution
In Sinai, the Egyptian army is battling an Islamist uprising with links to the “Islamic State” group. Amidst the crackdown, the local population is suffering, as Naomi Conrad reports.
Egyptian president also stresses Egypt’s border measures are not intended to harm Palestinians
An attack launched by Houthi rebels against Saudi-led coalition forces killed dozens of soldiers
In telephone conversations, Egypt’s foreign minister discussed with Russian and US counterparts the situation in Yemen and Syria
By Maydaa Abou Nadr It all started in early 1992. A year after the secession of Croatia and Slovenia from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991, the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina requested its independence. At the time, Bosnia and Herzegovina was divided as follows: Muslim Bosniaks represented 44% of the community; …
Major efforts need to be undertaken to reserve public funds, says Kamal
Flotilla is second such attempt to break the blockade on Gaza
After Al-Sisi’s apology to lawyers, journalists demand clear stance on press freedom
Site which dates to Ottoman era, was destroyed in Saudi airstrike
25 Egyptians returned from Yemen, 189 from Libya on Sunday
Meeting aims at reaching common ground between different opposition groups
By James M. Dorsey An Egyptian cabinet decision to end the suspension of professional football in late March but reinstitute the ban on spectators attending matches could spark renewed clashes between militant fans and security forces. The decision against the backdrop of mounting evidence that Egyptian general-turned-President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has no apparent intention of easing …
Hadi claims he is still president and is ruling from south
Opposition figures demand a joint transitional body based on Geneva I communiqué
Egypt meeting seeks to strengthen opposition forces in Syria, says foreign ministry
Results of Egyptian initiative for non-violent transition remain uncertain, says expert
The fishermen returned after being caught in fighting between Haftar loyalists and Libya Dawn
After war and donor conferences, humanitarian catastrophe looms in heavily populated strip
Through music production, educational workshops and activities promoting innovation, the project aims to contribute to finding solutions to the conflict over water resources
The country was ranked 13th in the new Global Terrorism Index report