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Opinion
While Egypt may suffer defeats, it's influence remains strong, enduring the ebbs and flows that confront all states and societies

Did Thomson Reuters Foundation build their conclusions that Cairo is not a safe city on reliable sources?

Egypt's rank in this year's World Bank Doing Business Report is frustrating, but isn’t the best gauge of the true state of investment in the country

Prime Minister Theresa May says she is 'proud' of Britain's role in creating Israel. However, History will show that the Balfour Declaration was a crime against the Palestinian people

According to 2017 census, Egypt’s population stands at nearly 95 million, plus an estimated 9.4 million living abroad. In addition to many other millions who left over many decades and never returned, so they are unaccounted for

A year ago, Egypt’s foreign policy looked in crisis. But today it is a different story


High Vatican officials sometimes sound more like philosophers than Muslim clergymen. Does the difference explain the advances of Western countries?
Is there a way to differentiate between fake news and true news?
Ankara has gone too far in its defence of Qatar when it should have been trying to persuade the emirate to change its policies
When Israel and its apologists try to shift the ground for negotiations and extract concessions, they forget it is the Palestinian people that has the first and last say on a just peace
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