World Bulletin / News Desk
Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) will travel to Egypt on Friday for a two-day visit.
Ihsanoglu will meet newly elected president of Egypt Mohamed Mursi, and congratulate him for his success in the elections.
Ihsanoglu and Mursi will discuss the steps which will be taken to develop the cooperation between OIC and Egypt in the new period.
Ihsanoglu is expected to meet Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr too.
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German police investigate xenophobic motive after unknown suspects attack mosque in Dresden
America and NATO allies insist that retaining the right to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike is a vital tactical option
Congress needs to pass measure by midnight Friday to keep federal government running
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia and goverment end 52-year-old conflict
Anadolu Agency gets viewers' thoughts after first of three debates
German Chancellor says EU members have humanitarian responsibility, should take in refugees irrespective of religion
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