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  • 22
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board PUSHING for political solutions to ongoing crises that exist in some countries of the region, lending active support to multilateral efforts that can encourage…
  • 21
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE supply of electric power to household points and the provision of petrol to car fueling stations have traditionally been the commonest form of…
  • 20
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board Economic experts have made it clear that boosting production and exports is crucial to achieving the required economic reform and boosting the economic growth…
  • 19
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board The Kingdom of Bahrain categorically denied allegations made by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu that like Doha, Manama had suffered from the boycott imposed…
  • 18
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board After the 15 years of turmoil that Iraq suffered as a result of the Anglo-American invasion of 2003, it seems that the country is…
  • 17
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board The Standard & Poor's global ranking early this week which lifted Egypt's credit ranking from B- to B was good news that structural economic…
  • 16
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board When deciding which day to transfer the US embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem, confirming US recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of…
  • 15
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board TELEVISION channels will as of tomorrow or the day after (depending on Moon crescent sighting) start screening some 30 drama serials in the largest…
  • 14
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board Of all the several new cities and urban centres that have been launched across the land of Egypt, the New Administrative Capital (NAC) is…
  • 13
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board The recent establishment of the World Council of Muslim Minorities has been dictated by a two-way challenge facing Muslims living outside the Islamic world.…
  • 10
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board Israel’s army carried out strikes against Iranian targets in Syria. The Israeli army spokesman said that the strikes were launched in retaliation for 20…
  • 10
  • May
 By the Gazette Editorial Board THE moment President Trump announced his country's withdrawal from the Nuclear Deal with Iran, he was so sure that his decision would divide the…
  • 09
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board THIS week Egypt bade farewell to the veteran politician and former member of the July 1952 Revolution Command Council, Khaled Mohie-Eddin. Unlike most of…
  • 08
  • May
T he ongoing verbal war between US President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani over Iran's nuclear deal has been escalating ahead of the May 12 deadline by…