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Al-Ahram Weekly looks at what is on display at the second Defence Expo Cairo.

The recent escalation in the military conflict in Yemen may indicate increasing support for the campaign against the country’s Houthi rebels, writes Ahmed Eleiba

Chief-of-Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces Osama Askar attended on Wednesday the main phase of the joint air and naval drills MEDUSA 11 between Egyptian, Greek, Cypriot and Emirati forces in Greece, said the Egyptian armed forces.

Al-Ahram Weekly keeps up with the latest developments in Yemen.

During the Paris Conference Egypt underscored inclusive economic development, the departure of foreign mercenaries, and successful parliamentary and presidential elections as prerequisites to restoring stability in Libya.

The Egyptian-Israeli peace accord has been amended for the first time in four decades.

Ahmed Eleiba explains the role of the Sahel and Sahara Counter-terrorism Centre which opened this week in Cairo

The Egyptian and Indian air forces conducted a joint air training exercise at an airbase in Egypt for several days, the Egyptian Armed Forces announced on Wednesday.

The presence of African mercenaries in Libya threatens security across the Sahel

Egyptian and US naval forces have conducted joint naval drills in the Red Sea, where the Egyptian frigate Alexandria and the American cruiser USS Portland participated, the Egyptian Armed Forces said in a statement.

Al-Ahram Weekly witnesses a day in the life of the Egyptian navy.

The Libya Stabilisation Initiative Conference that Tripoli hosted last week added little substance to the outputs of the first and second Berlin conferences on Libya.

The Egyptian Armed Forces and Spain’s Grifols company inaugurated on Wednesday an integrated plasma collection centre in 6th of October city, Giza, the first of its kind in Africa and the Middle East.

Egyptian and Russian paratroopers started on Wednesday the 5th edition of the annual ‘Protectors of Friendship’ drill in Cairo, the Egyptian Armed Forces announced.

The US national security advisor’s stop in Cairo as part of a regional tour provided an opportunity to touch base on a range of issues of mutual interest to Egypt and the US.

There may now be little to prevent Yemen from becoming another Somalia, a country on the verge of disintegrating into fiefs controlled by rival warlords.

Cairo is working to stabilise Libya ahead of legislative and presidential elections

Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (1935-2021)

It also extended its sincere condolences to his family and the officers of the Armed Forces, praying for his peaceful rest

According to a statement by the Egyptian Armed Forces, the two ministers discussed regional and international developments in addition to issues of common interest

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