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What has Covid-19 taught us about disparities in human rights? Al-Ahram Weekly looks for answers

The Spanish train's driver and assistant were not inside the driving cabin at the moment of the crash, the prosecution says

Egypt has showed flexibility in order to reach a legally binding agreement with the Ethiopians, but they had no political will, said Egypt's Irrigation Ministry spokesman

'Egypt's stance in any international arena will be our own stance,' said the president of Tunisia, the only Arab member out of the 10 elected and non-permanent members of the UN Security Council

The last AU-sponsored talks on the GERD, which aimed to revive the already stalled negotiations since January, collapsed last week, with both Egypt and Sudan blaming Ethiopia’s "intransigence"

The ordeal of the mega-ship that blocked the Suez Canal for six days before it was freed continues

Sudan has asked the UN to replace the Ethiopian soldiers in the UNSFA mission in the Sudanese Abyei region with other nationalities, Sudanese foreign minister said

Al-Ahram Weekly sounds out experts about the reasons behind last week’s train collision in Sohag after years of work to upgrade Egypt’s railways

The ship’s course was significantly modified by 80%, with the stern moving away from the shore by 102 meters instead of 4 meters, Rabie said

Two additional tugboats have been deployed to aid efforts to re-float the skyscraper-sized vessel wedged for almost a week across the crucial waterway

The owners of older fuel-powered cars have expressed concerns about the new Go Green initiative that aims to replace old cars with new hybrid ones

Khaled Abdel-Fattah, director and official spokesperson of the Decent Life initiative, tells Al-Ahram Weekly about the ambitious national project

Eligible people in Egypt are now applying online for coronavirus vaccines

Postponing the enforcement of this law will provide an opportunity to cooperate with parliament in putting forward new ideas to make things easier for citizens and motivate them to register, the prime minister said

New amendments to the traffic law include fines of up to LE8,000

Al-Ahram Weekly reviews what has been achieved in Egypt’s road and transport sector since 2014 and what to anticipate by 2024

Qureshi conveyed to Sisi a message from the Pakistani president that includes an official invitation to visit Islamabad

Egypt is looking forward to the resumption of African Union-sponsored GERD negotiations under the new presidency of the Democratic Republic of Congo

The health ministry is coordinating with the UPA on the procurement of medical oxygen and maintenance of cylinder networks nationwide, she said

Ahram Online assesses what has been done during months of South Africa's mediation in the GERD dispute and what scenarios to expect with the DRC chairing the AU in 2021 starting Saturday

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