Egypt extends curfew for two weeks

The Egyptian Prime Minister, Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, announced the extension of the ban on the movement of citizens and the continuation of the curfew for another two weeks until April 23, starting from eight in the evening instead of seven, and until six in the morning, with all the measures previously taken by the government continuing.

Negotiations stalled on forming new Israeli Government

Negotiations to form a new Israeli government have stalled between Benjamin Netanyahu, the head of the caretaker government from The Likud party, and the General Benny Gantz, head of  White Blue Party.

From one crisis to the next, Turkey is in trouble with Erdogan's irresponsible policies

​​​​​​​The Turkish opposition attacked the Turkish President Erdogan because of his failure to pass the Corona pandemic, while observers believe that the opposition has given the Turkish President a certificate in the authorities' inability to overcome the crisis, which is considered in a large part of it as a political being linked to the national security of the state and which suffers of endless crises thanks to Erdogan's irresponsible policies.

British PM transferred to intensive care-unit  

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office reported that the latter had been transferred to the intensive care-unit after his health deteriorated as a result of contracting the Coronavirus.