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  • 09
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board President Abdel Fattah El Sisi Thursday appointed Dr Moustafa Madbouli as the new Prime Minister and assigned him to form a new government. The…
  • 08
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board At a time when the world community is hoping that the US-North Korean Summit will put an end to the Korean nuclear dispute, the…
  • 07
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board The Egyptians are aware that they have to put up with more tough measures under the government's economic reform plan which took shape in…
  • 06
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE UN did well to choose combatting plastic pollution as this year’s theme for World Environment Day which falls on June 5, every year.…
  • 05
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board AS global media outlets were soaked in such suspense-charged stories as the looming trade war and the chances of a US-North Korea summit convening…
  • 04
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board For Egyptians in the length and breadth of the country as well for the millions of Egyptians living and working abroad, President Sisi’s speech…
  • 03
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board All the programmes being implemented to initiate economic reform and combat poverty will not bear fruit if the overpopulation problem is not addressed, at…
  • 02
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board The retrial of suspects linked to the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is approaching its finale. The Cassation Court (the country’s highest court) is set…
  • 01
  • Jun
By the Gazette Editorial Board The 70-year long Palestinian-Israeli conflict should be seen as a series of connected episodes that tell the story of a peoples' resistance of an…
  • 31
  • May
 By the Gazette Editorial Board The Declaration of the four Libyan rivals in Paris this week set the political framework for ending the country's seven-year-old conflict. One cannot claim,…
  • 30
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board The idea of a merger of political parties has gained momentum in the past few weeks, but has not been implemented yet, for reasons…
  • 29
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board LAST week, a news story that went viral had it that a team of Beijing University researchers concluded, after studying the cases of as…
  • 27
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board Millions of Swedish families will receive free government-sponsored booklets of instructions on how to deal with a sudden emergency. All citizens, the government believes,…
  • 26
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board A few days after the relocation of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a Congressman suggested recognising Israeli sovereignty over the Golan…