Monthly Archives: September 2014

UNMISS denies report of peacekeepers reinforcing SPLA garrisons

JUBA, South Sudan, September 30, 2014: The attention of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has been drawn to allegations that appeared yesterday, in an article that was posted on the pro-armed opposition website nyamile.com, accusing the UNMISS …

EGYPTIAN COURT UPHOLDS DEATH SENTENCE FOR 20 BROTHERHOOD MEMBERS

CAIRO, Egypt, Sept 30 – The Minya Criminal Court upheld its previous ruling that sentenced 20 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death, for killing Mostafa al-Attar, the Matai village sheriff’s deputy, and for storming and burning the police station, …

KUWAIT, EGYPT EYE CLOSER INVESTMENT COOPERATION

CAIRO, Egypt, Sept 30 – Kuwait and Egypt on Monday expressed mutual keenness on plans to launch new joint investment projects, aiming to promote economic development.

The second joint meeting on supporting the Egyptian economy, discussed a range of plans …

63 Sentenced to 15 Years for October 6 Clashes

The Cairo Criminal Court sentenced on Tuesday 63 defendants to 15 years in prison and a 20 thousand Egyptian-pound fine for violence which took place at Cairo’s Azbakeya neighbourhood last October.

Five more defendants were served a 10-year prison sentence …

PM Discusses Developing State-Owned Vaccines Firm

Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab discussed with ministers of health, finance, planning on Monday 2992014 ways of boosting production of the Holding Company for Biological Products amp Vaccines (VACSERA) which stumbled in the last 10 years.

Health Minister Adel Adawi assured …