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Reham Saeed comes under fire after describing obese people as “dead and burden to state”
After last week’s violent attack against Shia wedding, does IS only attack civilians in Afghanistan and Pakistan?
“Happy Yemen” sucked into quagmire of proxy wars, famine with no end in sight
Police forces reportedly encourages citizens to report on each other and send a text message to locate women who don’t wear hijab
Pyongyang protested against joint US-South Korea military drills, largely computer-simulated, calling them a rehearsal for war
How will a no-deal Brexit, which is highly expected by politicians, affect the Scottish question of independence, and British economy?
Eleiwa says that billet imports reached 1.59 million tonnes last year, El Garhy believes industry is going through a tough period
The army officer-turned-terrorist Ashmwai confessed he was recruiting physicians to be part of a militant group he was forming during the Muslim Brotherhood’s Rabaa sit-in in 2013.
“What remains are minor details. No Palestinian state, but civilian self-governance,” says analyst
“He championed national consensus, women’s rights, full access of all Tunisians to country’s democratic processes,” says scholar
As Chinese economy slows, US import prices recognise biggest drop in six months, so when will the trade war end?
Al-Rajhi said, in an interview with the Daily News Egypt, that the fund approved $270m for Egypt during the last fiscal year (FY), aimed at supporting micro-enterprises, achieving food security through the import of commodities, and financing the import of petroleum products.
“She should not be detained, not only because she is a child, but because she was defending herself,” says girl’s lawyer
In Egypt, economic challenges since 2016 forced the people to adapt to price hikes. From an economic standpoint, the rising prices drive customer demand lower. To cope, Egyptians are struggling to cut their expenses and find alternatives to pricey commodities and services.
Some of Ahmed’s reforms stirred-up tensions within Oromo Democratic Party, wider country
“This is another example of the suffering of migrants living in countries of crises”
There are several similar cases in which the people judge females for the way they dress or live, however, when it comes to their exposure to sexual harassment, the people apply double standards.
Collection of testimonies and experiences of parents as well as educators on homeschooling
Issue opens the way for fraud, stealing citizens’ gold savings, turning them into glass
Mostafa excludes impact of car sales on dollar
‘If anything, ISIS is better poised for a comeback than it was a decade ago,’ says author
CIB ranks 1st with profits of EGP 2.64bn, QNB AlAhli follows, Faisal Islamic Bank in 3rd
“There are characters that should stay fictional, such as Refaat Ismael,’ says reader
Haftar’s Tripoli offensive could spiral out of control, yet fiscal deficit expected to narrow
TV show criticised by numerous audiences for violating celebrities’ privacy by putting them under pressure to speak about their personal lives
Essential for government to maintain balance between public, private education to ensure equitable access to education for all, says report
Women manage to transfer kitchen from housewives’ daily routine to source of income
“I fear that some of them will eventually hurt me,” young female translator says
Despite his removal, Sudan continues to suffer from human rights violations
Sometimes using the underground to commute to your full-time job is not convenient, while waiting for the bus is difficult or unbearable, and because some companies know this, ridesharing applications had to come into the picture. A few years ago, the transportations sector welcomed ridesharing applications. What is not to like about them? They are …