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World - International
2/6/2022 10:38:23 PM
Chinese President Xi Jinping met Sunday with leaders from Poland and Pakistan in a flurry of diplomacy on the sidelines of the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.

Sports - World
2/1/2022 1:32:02 PM
Premier League clubs splashed out nearly £300 million in January -- the second-highest amount ever spent in the winter transfer window -- boosted by a flurry of late big-money moves.

Opinion -
1/25/2022 4:29:45 PM
There was a flurry of news reporting last month after a newly elected Republican member of Congress was captured on video telling a crowd of supporters about her nervous elevator ride with a Muslim member of Congress.

Arts & Culture - Music
1/24/2022 7:37:30 PM
Palestinian singer, composer, and flute player Nai Barghouti said on Facebook that her first album, Nai 1, is about to be released

Arts & Culture - Music
1/13/2022 5:25:24 PM
Renowned Egyptian bass baritone Ashraf Sewailam concluded the role of First Priest in Mozart's The Magic Flute staged at the famed Metropolitan Opera.

World - International
1/10/2022 4:35:41 PM
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says that amid falling lethality rates for COVID-19, Spain wants European officials to consider whether to move away from the detailed tracking that the pandemic has required until now to a flu-like monitoring system.

World - International
1/10/2022 10:49:56 AM
Senior US and Russian officials were formally launching special talks on strategic stability on Monday as part of a flurry of diplomatic activity in Europe this week aimed at defusing tensions over a Russian military buildup on the border with Ukraine.

Life & Style - Health
1/9/2022 11:52:44 AM
Experts say testing is the best way to determine what you have since symptoms of the illnesses can overlap

World - Region
12/26/2021 9:35:00 PM
A bird flu outbreak has killed more than 2,000 wild cranes on a reserve in northern Israel, an unusually high toll for the seasonal flu, the parks authority said Sunday.

Business - Economy
12/21/2021 11:52:53 AM
The Turkish lira was making significant gains Tuesday after the country's president announced new measures to safeguard deposits in the national currency against currency fluctuations.

Egypt - Society
12/11/2021 8:04:11 PM
Egypt is expected to witness fluctuating temperatures, chances of light to moderate rains, and morning fogs throughout the week, reported the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA).

Sports - World
12/4/2021 6:58:52 PM
The onset of winter brought a flurry of goals to the Bundesliga on Saturday, when Patrick Schick scored four to help Bayer Leverkusen consolidate third place with a 7-1 rout of helpless Greuther Furth.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
12/1/2021 2:01:00 AM
Cairo is increasingly worried by the proliferation of conflicts across East Africa

World - Region
11/27/2021 9:43:27 PM
Intissar Fakir, senior fellow and founding director of the programme on North Africa and the Sahel programme at the Washington-based Middle East Institute, shares her thoughts on the political developments that are unfolding across North Africa.

World - Region
10/17/2021 5:58:56 PM
Palestinian businesses flush with too much Israeli cash: it may not be the most talked about aspect of the occupation, but experts warn it is a growing concern for the Palestinian economy.

World - Region
10/13/2021 5:00:23 PM
Qatar's foreign minister said isolating Afghanistan and its new Taliban rulers 'will never be an answer' and argued Wednesday that engaging with the former insurgents could empower the more moderate voices among them.

World - International
9/30/2021 5:06:18 PM
Yet after 18 months of little influenza exposure, 'we probably as a population don't have as much immunity against this virus as we typically might,' Webby said

World - International
9/30/2021 10:40:54 AM
She lived a life of adventure that spanned two continents. She fell in love with a World War II fighter pilot, barely escaped Europe ahead of Benito Mussolini's fascists, ground steel for the U.S. war effort and advocated for her disabled daughter in a far less enlightened time. She was, her daughter said, someone who didn't make a habit of giving up.

Sports - World
9/23/2021 3:52:18 PM
Germany midfielders Jamal Musiala and Serge Gnabry could both play after shaking off an ankle injury and flu respectively

World - International
9/20/2021 7:22:17 PM
The 1918-19 influenza pandemic killed an estimated 675,000 Americans in a US population one-third the size of what it is today

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