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War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
7/26/2022 11:10:19 PM
All over the Donetsk region, close to the front lines of Russia's war in Ukraine, Nataliia Voronkova turns up at Ukrainian field positions and hospitals wearing high heels. A colleague bought her running shoes, but Voronkova gave them away.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
7/26/2022 10:28:14 PM
Drawing on Cold War history for comparison, Abdel-Moneim Said reviews unfolding developments in Arab-American relations

World - Africa
7/26/2022 7:45:59 PM
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Tuesday defended his country's relationship with Russia, as Moscow's top diplomat toured Africa to drum up support over the war in Ukraine.

Business - Economy
7/26/2022 6:25:47 PM
The United States has only a slim chance of avoiding an economic downturn given the many risks it faces, the IMF said Tuesday.

World - International
7/26/2022 6:13:46 PM
Over 14 million children in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic, according to the latest report by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Children's Hospital Association.

Business - Energy
7/25/2022 10:53:52 PM
Egypt is at the top of the Arab region’s countries in combined utility-scale solar and wind generation at 3.5 GW in total, the Egyptian Cabinet said on Monday, citing a June report by the US-based Global Energy Monitor (GEM).

World - International
7/25/2022 1:31:33 PM
Taiwan's capital staged air raid drills Monday and its military mobilized for routine defense exercises, coinciding with concerns over a forceful Chinese response to a possible visit to the island by U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

Arts & Culture - Art Alert
7/24/2022 8:16:46 PM
Egyptian singer Medhat Saleh will give a concert at Alexandria’s Roman Amphitheatre on Friday 5 August as part of the upcoming Summer Festival for Music and Singing.

Arts & Culture - Art Alert
7/24/2022 7:58:19 PM
Egyptian singer Mohamed Mohsen will give a concert at Alexandria’s Roman Amphitheatre on Sunday 7 August as part of the upcoming Summer Festival for Music and Singing.

Egypt - Courts & Law
7/24/2022 7:34:26 PM
A Mansoura criminal court called for airing the execution of Mohamed Adel, the student who was sentenced to death for stabbing and slaughtering his university colleague Nayera Ashraf.

World - International
7/24/2022 4:45:39 PM
The White House said Sunday it was confident authorities could "eliminate" monkeypox from the United States by speeding up the rollout of vaccinations and treatment to combat the virus's spread.

World - International
7/24/2022 3:19:17 PM
Soon after taking office, President Joe Biden went to State Department headquarters to tell the rest of the world that the United States could be counted on again after four years of Donald Trump's bull-in-the-china-shop foreign policy.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
7/23/2022 10:42:04 PM
US Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa (SEHOA) Mike Hammer will kick off a regional tour addressing the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) from 24 July to 1 August, starting in Cairo before heading to the United Arab Emirates and Ethiopia, the US Department of State announced.

World - International
7/23/2022 10:35:39 PM
A Cedar Falls couple and their 6-year-old daughter were fatally shot while camping at an Iowa state park in an apparently random attack by a man from Nebraska, who later turned the gun on himself.

Arts & Culture - Art Alert
7/23/2022 5:46:04 PM
Egyptian band Massar Egbari will perform a concert at Alexandria’s Roman Amphitheater on Wednesday 10 August as part of the upcoming summer festival.

World - Region
7/23/2022 3:55:09 PM
The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced Saturday that it will file a complaint with the UN Security Council, requesting to hold an emergency session on what it described as the “Turkish aggression,” according to the Iraqi News Agency (INA).

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
7/23/2022 3:22:00 PM
Ukraine on Saturday hit out at the Kremlin and said it would be responsible for any food crisis if a deal to export Ukrainian grain from Odessa collapsed after Russian missiles struck the Black Sea port.

War in Ukraine - Military
7/23/2022 10:34:06 AM
Russian missile strikes on railway infrastructure and a military airfield in central Ukraine on Saturday left at least three people dead, including a Ukrainian serviceman, a regional governor said.

World - International
7/23/2022 10:10:29 AM
An international human rights group is urging Sri Lanka's new president to immediately order security forces to cease all unlawful use of force against protesters who have been demonstrating against the government, for months, over the country's economic meltdown.

War in Ukraine - Humanitarian
7/22/2022 6:36:28 PM
The pro-Russian authorities of eastern Ukraine's separatist republics said Friday they had blocked Google, accusing the US giant of promoting "violence against Russians."

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