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President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi has launched his Decent Life Initiative to improve the lives of all Egyptians, galvanising the efforts of government and civil society alike 

The trade war between the United States and other countries has been harming international cooperation and hurting consumers worldwide.

US commentator on Egyptian affairs Michele Dunne has been a constant critic of Egypt, with her ill-informed opinions reaching a crescendo in a recent article for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Is today’s divisive political rhetoric in the US, much of it used by US President Donald Trump, fostering hostility or criminal acts

The world may not have seen the back of US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, despite her recently announced resignation

Much of the Western media seems determined to ignore the enormous efforts being made to improve the lives of ordinary people in Egypt

On 8 February, the Egyptian army spokesperson announced a major offensive, the comprehensive military Operation Sinai 2018, which is aimed at annihilating terrorism in Sinai

Ignore President Trump’s actions altogether, and focus on his words, tweets and rhetoric

A rather surprising but gratifying change is occurring among Egyptians: they are exhibiting their love for Egypt in a distinct and zealous fashion

Though journalists want to come across as impartial, it is generally acknowledged that this is not the case; indeed, journalists, being human, are almost always prejudiced and intent on swaying readers one way or another

Trump’s unilateral decision will not change facts: Jerusalem remains occupied territory and the struggle continues.

As the world, its media in particular, focuses on fabricated innuendos, sketchy hearsay, and patchy made-up stories about Egypt, Egypt is turning the page on many fronts and reversing the stagnancy that existed for many years

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

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

Does Western media deliberately mislead readers when covering news about Egypt?

Statues and monuments often commemorate historical figures or eras, valuable symbols of the past. Some feel that certain dark periods of history should be obliterated, but by demolishing such statues do we indeed erase history?

Is there a way to differentiate between fake news and true news?

After decades of creeping dominance by Islamist thinking and social controls, Egypt has learned its lesson and is pushing back on all fronts


Stereotyping against Muslims and a presumption of their guilt is all too apparent when an attacker is white but isn't castigated in the same terms

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