Libyan authorities are working on releasing 38 Egyptian citizens kidnapped in the Libyan capital Tripoli, a source told Egypt Today.
The gangs demand a 15,000 Libyan dinars ransom for each of the kidnapped persons.
Fawzi Tantoush said that the attempts to disrupt the Egyptian-Libyan relations will not succeed
President of Iraq Fuad Masum spoke with Egypt Today in an exclusive interview about ways to boost bilateral ties, and discussed the security challenges Iraq is facing ahead of the assigning of a new government.
Ismail Haniyeh and Nickolay Mladenov discussed the Israeli occupation’s violations concerning repeated storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Amid high unemployment rate in Gaza which exceeds 60 percent, as reported by some statistics, The UN aims to provide 4479 men and women in Gaza with jobs.
Ebrahim Othman asserted that Qatar backs the Islamists to preserve its influence in the region.
The historical Italian city of Viterbo witnessed the opening of Pharaonic transcripts exhibition in the headquarters of the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo.
Libya’s eastern-based National Oil Corporation announced receiving an official letter from Khalifa Haftar, handing over the corporation’s control of oil ports in the east.
Libyan National Army (LNA) has succeeded to liberate the city of Derna entirely from terrorists after few weeks of fierce clashes, a high-profile military source revealed to Egypt Today Tuesday.
Egypt has been exerting constant efforts to support the Palestinians and bring peace to the Gaza strip, where Palestinians are killed by the Israeli forces along the Gaza-Israel fence.
The remains of the victims who were killed by the Islamic State (IS) arrived in Misrata Airport to be transferred to Cairo International Airport on Monday.
Ibrahim Sani Abani, secretary general of CEN-SAD, said that Egypt is a strong country that has always offered help to other African states.
Ghassan Salame, head of the U.N. mission in Libya, met Sunday in Cairo with a number of followers of late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi.
The Finnish government has issued a document including several Libyan political entities to sign on targets aiming to achieving stability in Libya.
Abdul Razek al-Nadori, head of the Libyan General Staff, survived an assassination attempt by a car bomb on Wednesday.
Jordanian Speaker of House of Representatives sits for an exclusive interview with Egypt Today and discusses all the region’s biggest topics.
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Libya seems to still have high political ambitions, yearning to tighten their grip over the country’s authorities.
“We reject the division of Iraq ... Egypt supports the unity and stability of our country ... The crisis with Kurdistan ended ... We are moving towards the establishment of a state that respects the law ... and discussed with President al-Sisi joint Arab
During an interview with Egypt Today, Libyan presidential candidate Aref Ali Al-Nayed talked about several things related to the Libyan political situation.