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European stocks – a good buy?

European stocks – a good buy?

A Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey found that they were "significantly more positive on the outlook for Europe".

Egypt kicks off key economic summit

Egypt kicks off key economic summit

According to Egypt's Finance Ministry, 10 projects with global partners have already been agreed and will be signed during the conference.

Iraq’s minorities face annihilation – rights groups

Iraq’s minorities face annihilation – rights groups

Minorities in Iraq have been targeted by ISIL in a systematic strategy to remove them permanently from large areas of Iraq, human rights have said.

Putin visit seen as boost to Egypt’s economy

Putin visit seen as boost to Egypt’s economy

Putin has been popular in Egypt, but since 2011 his role as a supporter of the country has boosted his status.

Markets hit by oil price glut

Markets hit by oil price glut

The most popular theory is that Saudi Arabia fears the US growing shale oil industry and is trying to weaken it.

The year the world met ISIL

The year the world met ISIL

Throughout March and April, ISIL-affiliated Twitter accounts circulated horrifying images of beheaded locals and fighters atop buildings in various cities.

Historic ties at core of China-Egypt relationship

Historic ties at core of China-Egypt relationship

While most of the world since 2008 stepped back from investments due to the global financial crisis, China and Egypt upped the ante.

Has OPEC given up on regulating oil markets?

Has OPEC given up on regulating oil markets?

By the end of early trading on Friday, Brent crude oil was trading at just over $70.15 a barrel. West Texas benchmark (crude) oil fell to $66.

National Security and Economic Diplomacy: Is There Any Room for Trade Litigation?

National Security and Economic Diplomacy: Is There Any Room for Trade Litigation?

Economic belligerency from the Russia-Ukraine crisis should be resolved diplomatically.

Charting a third narrative for the Sri Lankan Civil War

Charting a third narrative for the Sri Lankan Civil War

Jeevan Thiagarajah says there are two sharply contrasting irreconcilable narratives of the last phase of the war against the LTTE and that an alternative must be considered.