Egypt’s President Sisi and his Russian counterpart Putin discussed developments in Libya as well as Moscow's investments in the north African country.
Cairo and Ankara need to agree on a new messaging strategy that appeals to both countries’ domestic audiences to be able to take effective steps towards normalisation.
The future of Ennahda will depend not on its ideology, but its organisational transformation, political choices, and the political system’s new arrangements.
Egypt imposed state of emergency after deadly bombings of churches in April 2017 and has since routinely extended it at three-month intervals.
Sudanese generals have displayed their power hunger by launching a military coup days before civilian leaders in the governing Sovereign Council could have taken up the reins of the country.
Washington intends to give $170 million to Cairo without any consideration for illegal detention of civil rights activists, political opponents and crackdown against media.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el Sisi discussed among other issues "efforts to revive the peace process" between Israel and Palestine.
The autocratic regimes and Islamist parties of the Arab world can take this time to learn from and fix their mistakes, or expect another uprising.
After meetings with Egyptian and Jordanian leaders, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says that he is ready to restore calm in the Palestinian territories. Three states will work together for a vision aimed at resuming negotiations.
The Sinai Peninsula has been a hotbed of militancy for years but security forces also face accusations of human rights abuses.
Rolling back democracy won’t remove the desire for freedom in the Arab world.
Convoy of engineers and building equipment reaches Gaza where recent Israeli attacks caused heavy damage that officials estimate will cost $150 million to fix.
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