Sudan asks UNSC to urge GERD parties to avoid unilateral actions

Wed, Jun. 3, 2020

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs requested the UN Security Council (UNSC) to call on all parties engaged in the Ethiopian dam talks to refrain from unilateral measures.

Egypt records 1152 COVID-19 cases, 47 deaths

Tue, Jun. 2, 2020

Egypt recorded 1,127 new coronavirus, COVID-19 cases, Thursday, raising the total number of confirmed cases since the outbreak in Egypt to 20,793.

Court upholds prison sentences against teenager killers

Tue, Jun. 2, 2020

Shbein el-Kom Appeal Court ruled to uphold the verdicts released against the four defendants who killed the teenager Mahmoud el-Banna in 2019.

Four police shot in violent protests after Trump vows to bring in U.S. military

Tue, Jun. 2, 2020

Four St Louis police officers were hit by gunfire late on Monday during violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody, hours after President Donald Trump vowed to use the U.S. military to halt the spreading clashes.

Attempt to smuggle two shipments of cold weapons foiled in Marsa Alam

Tue, Jun. 2, 2020

Security forces foiled on Monday a plot to smuggle two shipments of cold weapons via the Marsa Alam international airport in the Red Sea governorate.

Brazil’s coronavirus cases surpass half a million

Tue, Jun. 2, 2020

The number of COVID-19 cases in Brazil has exceeded 500,000, according to official statistics published on Monday.

Russia will start coronavirus vaccine clinical trials

Tue, Jun. 2, 2020

Russia has started preparations for starting a coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in the scientific research central institute of the Russian Defense Ministry.

Prisons sterilized, PCR tests carried out to inmates

Mon, Jun. 1, 2020

Visits have been suspended as a protective measure against COVID-19.