At least 10 people, including four French and a Belgian, were killed and 14 others injured in the accident, the cause of which was not immediately clear
African continent's renewable energy projects could blunt harshest global heating effects, power its projected economic development, and lift millions out of poverty, UN report says.
Some of the world’s lower-income nations face a serious debt crisis which will complicate their efforts to recover from the pandemic-induced global recession.
Israel hosted the foreign ministers of four Arab nations and the US as signals mount that a 2015 agreement on Iran's nuclear programme will soon be restored.
Israel's PM and crown prince of Abu Dhabi are in Egypt for meetings with its president, officials say, including discussions on repercussions of Russian offensive in Ukraine and possible resumption of Iran nuclear deal.
The injured people suffered from fractures and bruises, but fortunately, there have been no reports of casualties, according to the civil defence spokesperson.
Egyptian archaeologists have discovered the five tombs northeast of the pyramid of King Merenre I, who ruled Egypt around 2270 BC.
The less visible and most pernicious part of the relationship between Egypt, Israel, and the US revolves around the besieged Gaza Strip.
Before the war, Russia and Ukraine were Egypt's two most lucrative markets, and officials say Cairo is exploring ways to attract Russians via third countries such as Türkiye if sanctions allow.
Set to be the largest hydroelectric scheme in Africa, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is expected to boost Addis Ababa’s electricity power supply.
Ethiopia's downstream neighbours Egypt and Sudan view the dam as a threat because of their dependence on Nile waters.
The blockade of the route known as the Northern Artery by the protesters began last month after Sudan sharply raised electricity prices for farmers.
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