From the denial of a Jordanian official source that the former head of the royal court had left the country, the latest developments of the Renaissance Dam crisis, Egyptian warnings and Sudan’s accusations against Ethiopia, through Turkey’s comment on the embarrassing position of the President of the European Commission during Erdogan’s presence, Biden’s limited arms restrictions, all the way to Egypt’s disclosure of the “lost golden city” “… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic that addresses some of the most prominent and diverse stories from the Middle East and the world.
A Jordanian official source: There is no validity to the departure of Bassem Awadallah, the former head of the royal court, leaving the country
On Thursday, a Jordanian official source denied the validity of the reports that the former head of the royal court, Bassem Awadallah, left the country, according to the Jordan News Agency (Petra).
Renaissance Dam: Egyptian warning of possible congestion … and Sudan accuses Ethiopia of “buying time”
Egypt and Sudan warned, Thursday, against Ethiopia’s rejection of their proposal on the existence of quadripartite mediation to contribute to reaching an agreement on the Grand Renaissance Dam.
Turkey comments on the embarrassing situation of the European Commission President during Erdogan’s presence
Turkey, on Thursday, strongly rejected its accusation of unfairly dealing with the president of the European Commission because of her gender, adding that the European Union protocol team drew up a meeting plan, according to Turkish officials.
Violence is an “epidemic” .. Biden declares limited arms restrictions as mass shootings escalate
In the face of pressure to deal with the escalating wave of mass shootings recently, US President Joe Biden unveiled a set of moves, Thursday, aimed at addressing the scourge of armed violence in the country.
The largest in Egypt .. The “lost golden city” was discovered under the sand in Luxor
Egyptologist and head of the Egyptian mission Zahi Hawass announced today the discovery of the lost city under the sand in Luxor in Egypt, which was called “Ascension of Aton”.