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Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Kamel Amr attends Friends of Syria meeting in Istanbul
Station will be built using €3bn in German investments
Gian Pietro Bordignon, the director of WFP in Egypt, spoke to Daily News Egypt about the organisation’s objectives and activities in the country.
A new website detailing the connection between Persian poet Hafiz and German poet Goethe.
Officials from 11 countries express support for SNC and Al-Khatib
River navigation project expected to create 3,500 job, EGP 2.4bn funding from Egyptian and German governments
Students aiming to manufacture the first Egyptian car, build a skyscraper and establish a centre for artificial limbs
Working at a newspaper is tough stuff. I’ve likened it somewhat to the songs on Nirvana’s Nevermind album. The day starts off quietly and melodiously as I saunter into the office, everything strumming along nicely at first, lulling you into a false sense of security: “Today should be an easy day,” I think to myself. …
Strong economy is crucial to Egypt’s transition to democracy: Michael Bock, German ambassador to Egypt
Kerry will visit the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar from February 24 to March 6.
Deal includes projects in the fields of education and employment
Several columnists have denounced Morsy’s recent visit to Germany as an example of his failure to consider the deteriorating political situation in Egypt, criticising his decision to visit Berlin amid the political uproar. Some highlight that many Egyptians regret their choice of Morsy as president. The failing trip to Germany Mohamed Salmawi Al-Masry Al-Youm …
Faces protests by Egyptian expatriates in Berlin
Ministry of Education building ‘modern schools’ in Sohag and Assiut to be completed in 2016
German development minister compares current Egyptian government to former Mubarak regime
Germany had expelled its Syrian ambassador in May, along with France, Britain, Italy and Spain
The mandate, which is expected to be presented to parliament early next week, would run to January 31, 2014.
Peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle were in Turkey on Saturday for talks on the Syrian conflict.
Nations complying with Iranian sanctions are granted waivers to aid them in diminishing imports from Iran
Italian helicopter pilot injured
Union demands wage increases for over 18,000 employees
German figures express concerns that the ECB could be overstepping its mandate
Germany’s Chancellor gives Greece eurozone hope, after talk with its prime minister
Asian markets remain higher, following Germany refusal to take action towards the eurozone debt
Frankfurt (AFP) — Germany long appeared immune to Europe’s debt crisis, as deep reforms undertaken years ago helped steel the economic powerhouse against the current financial storms lashing its neighbours. But a raft of new economic data suggest that Germany, too, is slowly succumbing to the crisis fevers and could even fall back into recession …
Brelin (AFP) — The top US finance official began meetings with his German counterpart and the head of the European Central Bank Monday, fuelling hopes Europe is readying decisive action to save the crisis-wracked eurozone. US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner met Wolfgang Schaeuble on a holiday island off the north German coast amid pressure on …
Berlin (AFP) — The leaders of Germany and France threw their political support Friday behind ECB chief Mario Draghi’s vow to do “everything” to protect the eurozone, after another brutal week of market turmoil. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande said in a joint statement released in Berlin and Paris after a …
Berlin (AFP) – Deutsche Bank wants to cooperate with European investigators probing the manipulation of interbank interest rates to limit damage to its reputation and bottom line, a newspaper said Sunday. Germany’s biggest bank has asked the European Commission and Swiss authorities to give it the status of cooperating witness in their investigation of the …
H.E. Michael Bock witnessed the Egyptian Revolution from its build-up to the downfall of Hosni Mubarak and the current struggles for political reform
By Joschka Fischer BERLIN: With Europe bogged down by the financial crisis and its national governments failing or being voted out of office across the continent, Germany has looked like an island of prosperity and stability. Chancellor Angela Merkel has appeared to be the embodiment of the new strength of old Europe’s problem child, a country …