Category Archives: Human Rights

SULTAN QABOOS USHERED IN OMAN RENAISSANCE, QUIET DIPLOMACY

Sultan Qaboos bin Said, who died late on Friday, transformed Oman during his 49-year reign from a poverty-stricken country torn by dissent into a prosperous state and an internationally trusted mediator for some of the region's thorniest issues.He beca...

PM greets Pope Tawadros on Christmas

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli greeted Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark Diocese on the occasion of Christmas.The premier paid a visit to the papal headquarters in El Abbasiya on Sunday 5/1/2020 to extend his greetings on

Shoukri discusses with Jordanian counterpart current regional challenges

Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri had talks with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman Safadi on means of boosting bilateral cooperation and facing current regional challenges to realize security, stability and development for the peoples of the area. Foreign M...

NCW lauds Sisi’s decision to appoint Ahwany as CBE board member

Head of the National Council for Women (NCW) Maya Morsi lauded a decision by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to appoint former minister of international cooperation Naglaa el Ahwany as member in the board of the Central Bank of

AOUN HOPES NEW GOVERNMENT WILL BE FORMED NEXT WEEK

The President of the Republic, Gen. Michel Aoun, expressed his hope that the formation of the new government will contribute to enhancing the positive atmosphere, especially with countries that want to help Lebanon, hoping that the government will see ...

Victims in Egypt crash in stable condition – Wisma Putra

PUTRAJAYA All five Malaysians involved in a road crash in Cairo, Egypt, on Saturday (Dec 28) were reported to be in stable condition.In a statement issued today, Wisma Putra said all of them have been transferred to the Suez Hospital