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Awe-inspiring Russians take world by surprise
Russia can afford to dream. The host nation defied critics and confounded expectations by easing past Egypt 3-1 on Tuesday.
Russia beat Egypt to close in on World Cup last 16
Host nation Russia planted one foot in the last 16 of the World Cup after a resounding 3-1 win over Egypt on Tuesday despite the return from injury of Mohamed Salah.
Egypt raises fuel prices in IMF-backed austerity drive
Egypt has announced steep increases in fuel and cooking gas prices as part of the country’s economic reforms and austerity measures tied to an International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan to overhaul its ailing economy.
Liverpool striker Salah fit for Egypt’s FIFA World Cup opening match
Head coach of the Egypt men’s national football team says professional footballer Mohamed Salah is "almost 100%" certain to play in the Pharaohs’ 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup opener against Uruguay.
Salah shrugs off injury to join Egypt training
Mohamed Salah gave Egypt's World Cup hopes a huge boost Wednesday when he joined a squad training session at the team’s Grozny base.
UN rights office warns of 'chronic arbitrary detention' in Egypt
The United Nations rights office has slammed a "significant escalation" in the crackdown against the rights to freedom of expression, association and assembly in Egypt, warning of a "chronic problem" of arbitrary detention in the North African country.
Fake social media pages cause a stir in Egypt
Fake social media pages and accounts ascribed to top government officials are causing problems in Egypt. Because of the high volume of fake news and false official ‘decisions’ they spew, the pages are driving a wedge between citizens and state institutions.
Advisor: Parliamentary ties key to develop Iran-Egypt relations
Iran’s Parliament speaker’s advisor for international affairs said parliamentary relations play a major role in developing relations between Iran and Egypt.
Egypt's army kills 19 militants, detains 20 in Sinai offensive
Egypt’s military and police forces have killed at least 19 Takfiri militants and detained scores of others in the Sinai Peninsula amid an ongoing military campaign against the Daesh terrorist group.
Egypt’s president pardons over 330 mostly young prisoners
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi pardoned more than 330 people, many of them youths jailed for demonstrating in recent years.
Egypt refers over 550 to military court on terror-related charges
Egypt's chief prosecutor has referred over 550 terror suspects to a military court on charges of joining a local branch of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
IMF: Egypt must deepen reforms  to catch window of global growth
Egypt will have to deepen its IMF-backed reforms and better encourage private sector growth if it wants to cash in on a wave of global expansion that may soon come to an end, a fund official in Cairo said.
Egypt’s army says 3 soldiers, 30 militants killed in Sinai
Egypt’s army said on Wednesday that three soldiers and 30 Takfiri militants have been killed in the past week in the restive Sinai Peninsula amid an ongoing military campaign against the Daesh terrorist group.
Senior cleric proposes Iran's interaction with Egypt
A Shia source of emulation Ayatollah Lotfollah Safi Golpayegani said on Sunday that Islamic Republic should have interaction will all Islamic states, Egypt in particular, while maintaining its interests and dignity.
Extremist leader killed in Egypt's Sinai: Army
Egypt's military said Wednesday it had killed an extremist leader in the Sinai Peninsula, where the Daesh group is carrying out an insurgency.

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