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There are predictions that the outputs of the Libyan military path (5+5) in Geneva are an advanced step towards creating a favourable atmosphere necessary for a new political process

According to the statement, the passengers included 48 men, six women and three children. The nationality breakdown was 31 Iraqis, 23 Iranians, two Turks, and one Egyptian

The drills lasted for several days as part of the annual plan for combat training of formations and units on occasion of the celebrations of the 47th anniversary of the October War victory

The announcement by Iran that it has sent a plenipotentiary ambassador to Sanaa reveals a shift in its stance on Yemen, towards military approaches over diplomacy


The manoeuvres come within the framework of the annual plan for combat training of formations and units of the Egyptian armed forces

As rival Libyan factions meet in Cairo, an agreement over elections and a new constitution looks increasingly within reach

The website will facilitate procedures and inquiries for army officers, their families and reserve officers

Cairo is working with Libyan stakeholders to ensure Berlin Conference promises materialise


Turkey’s military adventure in Libya has run aground but it still has the capacity to derail efforts to cement a political settlement

The new batch came in light of the directive of the Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi to intensify the airlift Egypt has expanded to help the flood-stricken country

Cairo is seeking to build on the ceasefire agreement between Libyan parties to help end the east-west split in government institutions

The aid includes a large quantity of food and medical supplies as well as rain-resistant tents

Cairo’s position on the ceasefire between Libya’s warring parties is consistent with its pursuit of national security, writes Ahmed Eleiba

While most commentators agree that negligence led to the explosions that rocked Beirut last week, there is still speculation about who stood to benefit from them

The Armed Forces is working with the interior ministry to secure polling stations nationwide during the two-day Senate elections due to begin on Tuesday

Colonel Elias Gaber of the Lebanese army, who received the cargo, thanked Egypt for its 'swift and valued assistance' to Lebanon and for standing by the Lebanese people in the crisis

The Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council have come to terms on forming a new government. But will the Southern Movement be fairly represented?

Al-Ahram Weekly reports Egypt’s latest efforts to save Libya from chaos 

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