Paris - French media also said that an Egyptian passport had been found near the body of a second suicide bomber at the site.
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Sharm al-Sheikh - Tourism in Sharm al-Sheikh was picking up again after years of political turmoil, with so many Russians enjoying the sun and fun that local beach aerobics instructors used the visitors’ own language rather than Arabic or English.
Rabat - Morocco’s king said he will offer no more than autonomy for the disputed Western Sahara, a few days after United Nations chief called for “true negotiations” to end the four-decade deadlock over the region. Morocco has controlled most of Western Sahara since 1975
Beijing’s trade with Africa represents only 5.1% of its total, although that is a significant increase compared to 2.2% in 2003, while for Africa, China’s trade is much more significant at 16.1% (compared with 3.8% in 2003).
Brussels - The European Union is considering helping Libya strengthen its bordersand disarm militias if a government of national unity is formed in the war-torn country, says a EU document produced by officials working for the EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini, sent to European capitals on Monday
Dubai - Over 100 investors and business leaders attended the ‘Investing In Transports and Logistics in Algeria - Opportunities and Challenges’ seminar.
Tripoli - Libya’s oil production has dropped to 300,000 barrels per day, less than a quarter of what it produced before the 2011 fall of Muammar Gaddafi, mostly because of insecurity and closed pipelines.
Cairo - Egypt’s tourism industry,hit by years of political upheaval and militant violence, is expected to post moderate growth this year and hopes a global advertising campaign will revive the sector vital for economic recovery, the tourism minister said
Pairs - France has agreed to sell two Mistral helicopter carriers to Egyptafter their sale to Russia was cancelled in August and will not incur a financial loss in the transaction, government spokesman Stephane Le Foll said. Cairo has sought to boost its military power in the face of a two-year insurgency based across the Suez Canal
Tripoli - Libya’s official government is struggling to woo oil majors in a bid to control oil revenue and force a rival Tripoli government into a U.N. peace deal because foreign clients are wary of breaking with the established state energy firm in the capital.
Milan - The discovery, after its full development, will be able to ensure satisfying Egypt’s natural gas demand for decades.
Ismailia - Egypt staged a show of international support on Thursday as it inaugurateda major extension of the Suez Canal which President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi hopes will power an economic turnaround in the Arab world’s most populous country
Cairo - Egypt will open an expansion to the Suez Canal to great fanfare on Thursday, the centrepiece of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s plans to revitalise the country’s economy.
Addis Abeba - Officials from the International Maritime Organization (Imo) recently completed a fact-finding mission to the Ethiopian Maritime Training Institute (Emti) in Bahir Dar.
Tunis - British tourist companies were evacuating thousands of foreign holidaymakers from Tunisia on Saturday, a day after a gunman killed 39 people as they lounged at the beach-
Tunis - A gunman disguised as a tourist opened fire at a Tunisian hotel on Friday with a weapon he had hidden in an umbrella, killing 28 people, including British, German and Belgian tourists.
Genoa - Grandi Navi Veloci announced that it is resuming services on the ferry route between Sète and the port of Nador, in Morocco. The obstacles to its operations in Nador, that had required the company to switch its route to the nearby port of Melilla, have been cleared
Moscow - The eight-day drills off the Mediterranean Egyptian port of Alexandria, will include supply and communication at sea, search operations, all forms of defence at sea and firing exercises.
Bayda - Libya’s internationally recognised government says the central bank’s headquarters have moved to the eastern city of Bayda
Casablanca - Four new motorways are to be built in Morocco following approval being given passed by the country’s government.