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#PrayforTurkey – #PrayforEgypt (fr/en)


  • Egypt: A bomb blast has killed at least 25 people during Sunday mass inside a Cairo church near the main Coptic Christian cathedral, according to Egyptian state TV .

The explosion ripped through St Peter’s Church at around 10:00am local time, wounding at least another 35 people, according to Egyptian security officials.

St Peter’s Church is beside St Mark’s Cathedral, which is the seat of Egypt’s Orthodox Christian church and is home to the office of its spiritual leader, Pope Tawadros II.(Source: Reuters/ Aljazeera)

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  • Turkey: Turkey declared a national day of mourning Sunday after twin blasts in Istanbul killed 38 people and wounded 155 others near a soccer stadium — the latest large-scale assault to traumatize a nation confronting an array of security threats.

The bombs Saturday night targeted police officers, killing 30 of them along with seven civilians and an unidentified person, Turkey’s Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu told reporters Sunday. He said 13 people had been arrested in connection with the “terrorist attack.”Soylu spoke at funerals for five of the officers and vowed “revenge.”

Nonetheless, the government immediately imposed a broadcast ban on the Besiktas explosion. It is been said that “these news cause the public’s despondency”. Continue reading #PrayforTurkey – #PrayforEgypt (fr/en)

Comprendre le contexte géopolitique du triangle impossible entre l’Algérie, l’Egypte et l’Etat d’Israël.


En 2014, le quotidien algérien echorouk, , évoquait la question en citant l’économiste algérien, Abderrahmane Mebtoul qui avait indiqué que ”l’Algérie approvisionnerait indirectement Israël en Gaz”, en expliquant que selon un accord passé entre Alger et Le Caire, ce dernier garderait pour l’Egypte, 400 millions m3 du gaz lui livré par l’Algérie et expédierait le surplus à Israël.

Continue reading Comprendre le contexte géopolitique du triangle impossible entre l’Algérie, l’Egypte et l’Etat d’Israël.

Since the Suez Channel’s enlargement biologists warn of a mass migration of Red Sea fish into the Mediterranean’s fragile ecosystem.


On the 6th of August 2015, the enlargement of the Suez Channel was inaugurated. The Suez Canal is one of the most important waterways in the world: 17483 ships transited in 2015. It is also the most potent corridor for invasions by marine species known in the world. Continue reading Since the Suez Channel’s enlargement biologists warn of a mass migration of Red Sea fish into the Mediterranean’s fragile ecosystem.

Egypt builds world’s biggest gas turbine plant


According to Deutsche Welle, Siemens is delivering the first of 24 gas turbines to #Egypt. The country is building the world’s largest gas and steam turbine power plant to provide 21 million people with electricity. For Siemens, it’s the biggest contract in the company’s history.

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