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World - International
11/3/2021 10:00:17 PM
A US drone strike in Kabul in August that killed 10 Afghan civilians was a tragic mistake but did not violate any laws, a Pentagon inspector general said Wednesday after an investigation.

World - Region
11/3/2021 12:04:36 PM
Israeli lawmakers are set to begin marathon voting on Wednesday to try and pass the first national budget in three years, a major test for the fractious coalition government that was sworn in earlier this year after four divisive elections.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
11/2/2021 11:23:34 PM
The Tunisian president remains the face of Tunisia’s changing politics a month after appointing the Arab world’s first female prime minister, writes Amira Howeidy

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
11/2/2021 11:07:48 PM
Laws on protecting “vital” establishments, leaking state secrets, and combating terrorism made their way through parliament this week, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

Egypt - Politics
11/1/2021 7:22:32 PM
Egypt’s House of Representatives approved on Monday amendments to the traffic regulations law (66 of 1973) that will lower the age requirement to acquire a driver’s license for motorcycles from 18 to 16 years of age.

Egypt - Courts & Law
10/31/2021 6:45:09 PM
Egypt's parliament approved on Sunday amendments to Law (136/2014) which will entrust the Armed Forces with helping police to safeguard public and vital establishments such as electricity stations and grids, and gas and oil pipelines on a permanent basis.

Egypt - Politics
10/30/2021 6:44:11 PM
Egypt's parliament will on Sunday start a debate on new government-drafted amendments to an article of the country's anti-terror law, which aim to give concerned authorities greater flexibility to combat terrorism crimes.

World - International
10/30/2021 6:42:53 PM
Over two weeks in November, world leaders and national negotiators will meet in Scotland to discuss what to do about climate change. It's a complex process that can be hard to make sense of from the outside, but it's how international law and institutions help solve problems that no single country can fix on its own.

Egypt - Courts & Law
10/29/2021 6:57:00 PM
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi ended on Monday a four-year state of emergency nationwide, which was declared after two terrorist attacks on churches in April 2017.

World - Region
10/28/2021 7:44:44 PM
The US Treasury slapped sanctions on prominent Lebanese tycoons Jihad al-Arab and Dany Khoury and lawmaker Jamil Sayyed for allegedly benefitting from corruption and adding to the breakdown of the rule of law in the country.

Business - Tech
10/28/2021 2:22:07 PM
British lawmakers are set to grill Facebook and other tech giants Thursday over how they handle online safety as European efforts to regulate social media companies gain momentum.

Business - Tech
10/26/2021 10:45:04 PM
Three social media networks massively popular with the youngest users, TikTok, Snapchat and YouTube, tried to convince skeptical US lawmakers Tuesday they are safe as worry about Facebook's potential harms spills over to other platforms.

Egypt - Politics
10/26/2021 2:54:02 PM
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi Tuesday signed a 2021 law on water resources and irrigation.

Egypt - Politics
10/25/2021 4:16:16 PM
The Senate — Egypt’s upper consultative house — finally approved on Monday a draft law aiming to regulate access and distribution of the country’s biological resources.

Egypt - Politics
10/24/2021 2:10:50 PM
The Senate – Egypt's consultative upper house – will reconvene on Sunday and Monday to discuss a new draft law that aims to protect nature and maintain the country's biological diversity.

World - International
10/23/2021 11:16:50 AM
Montenegro has granted asylum to a Russian billionaire wanted by Moscow for his alleged role in two murders on the ground that he is being persecuted, his lawyer said on Saturday.

Egypt - Courts & Law
10/21/2021 6:06:37 PM
The judge in charge of the investigation into the 2011 ‘foreign funding case’, Ali Mokhtar, dropped on Thursday all charges against four civil society organisations due to insufficient evidence, thus bringing the total number of NGOs that had their charges dropped in the case to 75, comprising over 220 individuals.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
10/20/2021 12:35:14 AM
Egypt’s Unified Finance Law, now set for discussion by the House of Representatives, aims to correlate government spending better with performance

Business - Tech
10/19/2021 8:45:39 PM
Facebook has agreed to pay up to $14 million to settle a US government lawsuit accusing the tech giant of favoring immigrant applicants for thousands of high-paying jobs, authorities announced Tuesday.

World - International
10/19/2021 6:21:31 PM
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki accused the EU of "blackmail" on Tuesday in a public clash with European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen over his country's rejection of parts of EU law.

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