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Egypt's Tourism Minister Dr. Rāniyā al-Mashāṭ participated in a discussion session entitled “Global Initiatives for Empowering Women and Closing Gender Gaps in Job Opportunities” as a part of the World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Development Impact Summit held during the period from 23 to 24...
Dr. Saḥar Naṣr, the Minister of Investment and Co-operation, took part in a council on the rise of the Arab woman, including events of the World Economic Forum at the Dead Sea in Jordan. Safāna Rabīʿ Dahlān, Human rights activist and lawyer in Saudi Arabia, and Princess Dīnā Miraʿad, Jordanese...
Background: Two different subjects are addressed in the following recording: the restoration of the Hanging Church in Old Cairo, Egypt, and the Jordanian economist ʾUmayyah Ṭūqān’s views on the MENA summit in 1995. Saint Virgin Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church, known as the Hanging Church was built...
Background: This is a press conference in the running – up to the third MENA conference in Cairo and the panel consists of  Mr. Blood from the World Economic Forum, Farīd Munīr of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Dr. Peter Goepfrich, -Executive Director of the Arab-German Chamber of Commerce....
The article provides an overview of the quota assigned to women in Egypt’s People’s Assembly, and a brief history of women’s participation in the political scene in the country.
The article provides an overview of a number of stories that have headlined the Egyptian press as of late.
The speech given by Lord Carey, former archbishop of Canterbury, at the opening of the second theological college in Alexandria.
In the drama that followed the republishing of the Danish cartoons across several European nations, the Danish and Norwegian Embassies in Damascus, and also the Danish Consulate in Beirut, were all burnt down. These incidents prompted those foreign ministers to advise their people to leave Syria...
Lord Carey concluded his lecture that despite some having prophesied an inevitable ‘clash of cultures’, we have a chance to belie the prophets of gloom and create a new relationship between Islam and Christianity.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair promised yesterday that the United Kingdom would hold only a few people under house arrest according to the new emergency powers sought to fight terrorism in the country.
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