Egypt’s SIS issued a statement, Tuesday regarding chief of the New York Times Cairo bureau Declan Walsh and the Guardian correspondent in Cairo Ruth Michaelson,
The State Information Service (SIS) has canceled the license of the Guardian reporter and gave a warning to the chief of the New York Times bureau in Cairo over false figures on the coronavirus in Egypt.
The lawsuit called on Attorney General Hamada al-Sawy to investigate both reporters and prevent them from traveling outside Egypt.
Staff at the Qatari-owned Al-Jazeera English TV channel plan to carry out a one-day strike on May 9 over a pay dispute and bad working conditions.
The United Kingdom's Home Office lifted the visa ban on the daughter of Egyptian Doctor Amany Abdel Miguid, The Guardian reported.
The Cairo Administrative Court accepted a lawsuit demanding the full suspension of the two popular ride-hailing companies, Uber and Careem.
The Nottingham Police statement, calling the death of the Egyptian teenage student a non-hatred crime, is an obvious “denial of responsibility.”
Thousands of Qatar-based migrant workers’ lives are put in jeopardy.
Qatari agents are splurging millions of dollars on spreading violence and extremist views via social media platforms to fund terrorism.
The United States is considering banning passengers’ laptops flying from the UK, the Guardian reported on Tuesday