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First New Zealand terror victim named by family

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By Emily Mee, news reporter A 71-year-old man is the first victim of the New Zealand terror attack to be named by his family. Haji Daoud Nabi – who ran the Afghan Association – was shot dead, his sons Omar and Yama told reporters outside the district court in Christchurch. He was reported missing earlier Read More

Eni reports new gas discovery in the Nour prospect, offshore Egypt

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3/14/2019 MILAN — Eni announces a new gas discovery under evaluation in the Nour exploration prospect located in the Nour North Sinai Concession, in the Eastern Egyptian Mediterranean, about 50 km north of the Sinai peninsula. The Nour-1 New Field Wildcat (NFW), which has led to the discovery, was drilled by the Scarabeo-9 semisubmersible in Read More

Egypt bars Boeing 737 MAX jets from its airspace: statement

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CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt has barred the passage, takeoff and landing of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, the civil aviation ministry said in a statement on Wednesday. It said the civil aviation authority’s decision was precautionary. No time-frame was given for how long the jets would be barred. No Egyptian airlines, including flagship carrier EgyptAir, have Read More

Crash pilot's friend: 'We played football – it won't be the same again'

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By John Sparks, Africa correspondent Captain Yeshewas Fentahun, president of the Airline Pilots’ Association of Ethiopia, has told Sky News he could not believe that Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 had crashed. “When you fly you never think your plane will crash, that is for sure, so it is natural for people to assume that your Read More

ADES, Vantage team up for deepwater drilling contract in Egypt

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3/8/2019 LONDON and DUBAI — ADES International Holding PLC, a leading oil & gas drilling and production services provider in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), is pleased to announce that it has entered, through its subsidiary ADES S.A.E., into a short-term exploration contract with Dana Gas for deepwater drilling services in the Egyptian Read More

France’s only aircraft carrier sets sail for Mediterranean to ‘fight ISIS’ (PHOTOS)

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France’s nuclear aircraft carrier, Charles de Gaulle, has been dispatched on a lengthy mission, following repairs. It is set to battle remnants of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and partake in several multinational drills. The aircraft carrier departed for the eastern Mediterranean on Tuesday from the southern French port city of Toulon. The flagship is Read More

Fire at Egypt train station leaves 20 dead and dozens hurt

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At least 20 people have been killed and 40 people have been injured in a fire at a railway station in Cairo, according to state media. The head of Cairo Railroad hospital, Mohammed Said, who previously confirmed 10 deaths said the number of dead at the main station in the Egyptian capital was expected to Read More

Fire at Egypt train station leaves 10 dead and dozens hurt

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At least 10 people have been killed and more than 20 people have been injured in a fire at a railway station in Cairo, officials say. They said they expected the death toll at the main station in the Egyptian capital to rise following the fire, which is said to have been triggered by an Read More

Egypt's top administrative court lifts ban on Uber, Careem services

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FILE PHOTO – A man walks near a banner of ride-sharing app Uber during a news conference in Cairo, Egypt, December 4, 2018. REUTERS/Lena Masri CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt’s top administrative court on Saturday lifted a ban on operations by ride-hailing companies Uber and Careem, which have faced fierce opposition from traditional taxi drivers, a Read More

Russia’s industrial zone in Egypt’s Suez Canal to be launched by end of 2020-early 2021

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The construction of Russia’s industrial zone in one of the world’s major transportation routes, the Suez Canal area in Egypt, will be finished soon. That’s according to the head of the Suez Canal Authority, Mohab Mamish, who told TASS the zone will be “launched in late 2020 – beginning of 2021.” He said factories manufacturing Read More