Turkey and Greece are at loggerheads over competing claims to energy reserves in contested Eastern Mediterranean waters.
Egypt's Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al-Mashat, discusses the resumption of global tourism and its impact on the Egyptian economy.
The lockdown over the country of 1.35 billion, first implemented on March 24, has caused widespread hunger and joblessness.
While the month of May could become the crucial period to assess the quality and quantum of this economic rebound, analysts warn there are still a few red flags to watch out for.
The coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East is likely to remain under control despite the easing of restrictions in recent weeks, as long as strict social distancing continues to be enforced, experts told CNBC.
The global pandemic would have been more difficult for Egypt if not for comprehensive reforms on taxes, budgets and foreign exchange that the country undertook, said Rania al-Mashat, minister for international cooperation.
Egypt has been implementing structural reforms in an "expedited fashion" and widening social safety nets to people who are vulnerable in light of the coronavirus outbreak, says Rania Al-Mashat, Egypt's minister of international cooperation.
From postponing large-scale events to closing schools, the United Arab Emirates is taking wide-ranging measures in a bid to stop the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
Disruptions caused by the coronavirus will cause the world economy to shrink if the outbreak continues, Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris told CNBC.
According to Nielsen, total bread sales in the United States have been stagnant since 2015. But sourdough bread is making a comeback.
Mubarak spent six years in jail following the 2011 Arab Spring protests but was released after being cleared of most charges.
Tarek Hassan Amer, governor of the Central Bank of Egypt, discusses the Egyptian and global economies.
Tarek El-Molla, Egypt's minister of petroleum, discusses the energy market in Egypt and the surrounding region.
Sand hammams are reaching wider audiences as desert camps in Merzouga introduce wellness sand bathing near Morocco's famed Erg Chebbi.
The U.S. has emerged as the best place globally to be a woman entrepreneur, narrowly topping New Zealand, according to a new report from Mastercard.
Visa plans to acquire a "significant minority" stake in payments platform Interswitch, the Nigeria- based company said.
Facebook says it has removed multiple accounts involved in what it terms "coordinated inauthentic behavior" on both its Facebook and Instagram platforms.
Egypt's petroleum minister praised the "practical and pragmatic" approach to energy security among countries signed up to the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum.
U.S. soybean exports to China have fallen sharply, with total shipments expected to end this marketing year some two-thirds lower.
British Airways, part of International Airlines Group, will resume flights to Cairo following a suspension over security concerns, the airline told Reuters on Friday.