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Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
4/11/2023 9:09:01 PM
Abdel-Moneim Said discusses one of the more interesting trends in regional politics.

World - Africa
4/9/2023 10:43:33 AM
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed vowed Sunday to dismantle regional forces established by some states, warning that law enforcement measures would be taken against any "destructive" opposition.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
3/21/2023 10:59:56 PM
Abdel-Moneim Said takes stock of the Iran-Saudi agreement

World - Africa
3/14/2023 10:20:00 PM
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived late Tuesday in Ethiopia on a bid to support the peace process after a brutal two-year civil war, and renew ties with a longtime ally.

World - Region
2/27/2023 8:50:08 PM
Global donors on Monday pledged about $1.2 billion at a conference aimed at generating funds to help millions of people in Yemen suffering from the fallout of an eight-year civil war, a U.N. official said. The amount is far below a target of $4.3 billion set by the United Nations to stave off one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.

World - Region
2/27/2023 2:04:20 PM
The United Nations is seeking $4.3 billion at a pledging conference Monday to alleviate the suffering of millions of people in Yemen, where an eight-year civil war has created one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.

World - Region
2/22/2023 12:14:25 PM
Sitting by a bed strewn with rubble in Syria's second biggest city, Umm Mounir refuses to leave her home even though the deadly earthquake has torn a gaping hole into the room.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
2/21/2023 10:00:00 PM
The aftermath of the earthquake that struck northwestern Syria earlier this month has added to the suffering already caused by the country’s long-running civil war, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

World - Region
2/9/2023 8:03:49 PM
For years, the people of Aleppo bore the brunt of bombardment and fighting when their city, once Syria's largest and most cosmopolitan, was among the civil war's fiercest battle zones. Even that didn't prepare them for the new devastation and terror wreaked by this week's earthquake.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
2/7/2023 11:18:00 PM
The deadliest earthquake this century, which hit Turkey and Syria on Monday, had already claimed more than 5000 lives by the time Al-Ahram Weekly went to print. The figures are expected to continue rising, with every minute passing, meaning less hope of survivors among the thousands buried under the rubble.

World - Region
2/4/2023 2:51:15 PM
Pope Francis on Saturday will meet victims of South Sudan's civil war, a day after delivering an impassioned plea for the country's leaders to recommit to peace for the sake of their long-suffering people.

Arts & Culture - Stage & Street
1/20/2023 12:19:23 PM
"To be, or not to be": on a stage in Yemen, William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" rings out in Arabic, a tragedy that resonates with an audience suffering from years of civil war.

World - Region
1/17/2023 9:29:17 AM
Amid Yemen’s longest-ever pause in fighting — more than nine months — Saudi Arabia and its rival, the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, have revived back-channel talks, hoping to strengthen the informal cease-fire and lay out a path for a negotiated end to the long civil war, according to Yemeni, Saudi and U.N. officials.

World - Africa
1/12/2023 9:22:55 PM
The foreign ministers of France and Germany used a visit to Ethiopia on Thursday to call for accountability for widespread abuses committed during the Tigray conflict as a condition for the European Union to normalize relations with the country.

World - Africa
1/11/2023 11:34:26 AM
The spokesman for Tigray forces in Ethiopia says they have handed over heavy weapons as a key part of the agreement signed with Ethiopia’s government late last year to end a two-year conflict.

World - Region
1/5/2023 10:46:30 AM
Syria's economy has hit its lowest point since the start of its civil war nearly 12 years ago, with spiraling inflation, a currency plunge and severe fuel shortages in both government-run and rebel-held areas.

World - Region
12/28/2022 9:10:00 PM
The Turkish, Syrian and Russian defense ministers have held previously unannounced talks in Moscow, the Turkish and Russian defense ministries said on Wednesday.

World - Africa
12/21/2022 10:35:55 AM
US citizens trapped in war-torn Tigray are being detained and interrogated by Ethiopian authorities while trying to leave the country, interviews with fleeing people and family members show.

World - Africa
12/14/2022 6:24:51 PM
An Ethiopian man whose father was murdered during the country's war has joined a lawsuit against Meta that is seeking $1.6 billion from Facebook's parent company for allegedly fanning hate speech in Africa.

World - International
12/12/2022 5:33:15 PM
The city of Richmond - the capital of the Confederacy for most of the Civil War - has removed its last public Confederate statue.

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