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The mosques allowed to hold Taraweeh prayers are those the state permitted to open for Friday noon prayers

The portal was established 12 months after a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation and oilfield services firm Schlumberger

Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry said the establishment of a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital has never slipped through the cracks

Hafez said Cairo was looking forward to working with the interim government in the coming period and until the transfer of power to an elected government after planned elections slated on 24 December

Health education campaigns had a positive impact on lowering coronavirus infection rates in recent weeks

The project will provide thousands of direct job opportunities, hundreds of thousands of indirect jobs, as well as investment venues for the private sector

Officials said they will exercise 'zero tolerance' against people who fail to adhere to preventive measures against the pandemic

A six-party meeting will be held on Tuesday via videoconference between the irrigation and foreign ministers of Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia

GERD negotiations will resume following a seven-week hiatus due to persistent disagreement over a binding deal on the filling and operation of the dam

The gradual opening of the area comes as Egypt continues to attempt to revive its key tourism sector, which has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic

Weddings will be permitted only in open spaces, with a strict commitment to anti-coronavirus measures, the Cabinet said

US officials told Foreign Policy that Pompeo's decision may affect up to around $130 million in foreign aid to Ethiopia

The republishing comes as 14 people go on trial in Paris Wednesday on charges of helping two Islamic jihadists carry out a deadly terror attack on the headquarters of the French satirical magazine

The authorities have allowed Friday prayers to resume at major mosques with an accredited imam from the religious endowments ministry leading the prayers, with strict anti-COVID-19 measures in place

Mosques have been reopened for daily prayers under strict preventive measures since the end of June as the country relaxed partial lockdown measures

The PM said the decision to require the test for all travelers came due to 'increasing infections in some countries'

A committee will present the draft agreement to the ministers of irrigation and water resources of the three countries on Friday

Sudan has threatened to withdraw from the talks if Ethiopia insists on linking an agreement on the dam’s filling to negotiating a deal on sharing the waters of the Blue Nile

More than 650,000 Egyptian students sat for the final high school exams, known as Thanaweya Amma, nationwide in June amid heightened precautionary measures to rein in the spread of the coronavirus

The ritual holiday, marked by the traditional sacrifice of livestock, is jeopardised this year by the economic repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic and fears of a resurgent outbreak

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