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  • 22
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board A number of armed Syrian opposition factions have signed a cease-fire agreement in Cairo. The deal, which will help silence guns and stop bloodshed…
  • 21
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Reducing poverty is one of the targets of the UN's new millennium strategy. Innumerable initiatives have been introduced to achieve this goal, the most…
  • 20
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The historic free trade deal that was recently signed by the European Union and Japan will not be the last in the attempt of…
  • 19
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Prices of fertilisers have recently risen dramatically due to the decrease in the quantities being provided by the factories to farmers via the Ministry…
  • 18
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The debate that recently took place in the US Congress on the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), and whether it should be designated as a terror…
  • 17
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE Consumer Protection Agency's (CPA) projected issuance of consumer-friendly licences to companies which are found committed to offering good quality goods to consumers will…
  • 16
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board FOR ten full days, a considerable section of public attention across the world went to the Boars Boys, the 12 junior footballers and their…
  • 15
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board The combination of poverty and illiteracy in a country that is mobilising its efforts to move ahead is a stumbling block on the path…
  • 14
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Work is proceeding at a quick pace in the New Administrative Capital which is designed to be the pearl of Egyptian cities. The city…
  • 13
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board US President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on July 16 in Helsinki. No formal agenda has been announced…
  • 12
  • Jul
 By the Gazette Editorial Board The recent decree issued by Turkish President Erdogan for the dismissal of more than 18,500 civil servants, police officers, soldiers and academics, can only…
  • 11
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged a package of $20 billion in loans, and about $106 million in financial aid, to Middle East nations,…
  • 10
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board "It is a cultural battle that we should fight in order to achieve the rebuilding of the Egyptian citizen,” the Chancellor of Ain-Shams University,…
  • 09
  • Jul
By the Gazette Editorial Board Ryugu, Hayabusa and Mascot may largely sound unfamiliar words, but they nevertheless are three names that will continue to retain special status in the…