Al-Ghufran tribe organizes sit-in by Broken Chair to protest Qatar regime’s crimes

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

A delegation from the Al-Ghufran Tribe, one of the biggest tribes in Qatar, staged a sit-in Wednesday in front of the Broken Chair, to denounce human rights crimes by the Qatari regime.

Egypt refuses to build refugee camps: Foreign Ministry

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

Sihi added that the government also granted them health and education services.

Britain cannot accept UK separation in any Brexit border proposal: source

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

Britain welcomes the EU’s commitment to finding a solution to the border on the island of Ireland.

Wild celebrations as ousted Pakistan PM Sharif and daughter freed from jail

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

A Pakistani court on Wednesday ordered the release of jailed ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter.

Lawsuit demands collective dismissal of Muslim Brotherhood members

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

A lawsuit was filed Tuesday in demand of the termination of all Muslim Brotherhood members from any job in the administrative body of the state.

Plan set to achieve digital country

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

Ministry of Communication and Information Technology seeks to establish the Information Infrastructure Project of the new health insurance system.

EU working to "improve" Irish Brexit border proposal to UK -Barnier

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

The European Union is ready to improve its proposal to Britain for an "insurance policy" backstop arrangement on how to manage its Irish border after Brexit.

Syria's Idlib spared attack, Turkey to send in more troops

Wed, Sep. 19, 2018

Turkey will send more troops into Syria's Idlib province after striking a deal with Russia that has averted a government offensive.