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War in Sudan - War in Sudan
5/10/2023 10:40:15 AM
Dozens of zoo animals in Sudan's capital — including an elderly crocodile, parrots and giant lizards — are feared dead after street battles between the country's rival forces made the location unreachable.

Egypt - Society
5/4/2023 11:00:41 AM
Egypt's House of Representatives approved on Tuesday a bill regulating the ownership of dangerous animals and dogs, including exotic species and certain breeds that caused catastrophic incidents in recent months.

Egypt - Society
5/1/2023 3:25:24 PM
The House of Representatives approved on Sunday a bill regulating the possession of dangerous animals and dogs. The 29-article bill includes new controls on personal dog ownership and measures to contain the spread of stray animals.

Egypt - Health
4/10/2023 4:51:05 PM
Egypt launched on Sunday the One Health National Strategic Framework 2023-2027, an approach that recognises the close connection between human, animal, and environmental health during health threats.

Egypt - Society
3/28/2023 7:20:03 PM
The House's Agriculture and Irrigation Committee approved on Tuesday a draft bill that aims to regulate the possession by individuals of animals deemed dangerous without licenses as well as measures to control the spread of stray dogs in the country.

Antiquities - Ancient Egypt
3/25/2023 6:31:00 PM
Excavation work carried out by an American mission from New York University at the temple of Ramses II in Abydos has stumbled upon a menagerie of mummified animals that provides previously undocumented evidence of cultic worship through the ages.

Egypt - Courts & Law
3/18/2023 11:59:56 PM
A man was sentenced by a Misdemeanor Court on Saturday to six months in prison for killing a cat intentionally earlier this month.

World - International
3/12/2023 7:54:09 PM
Two Namibian cheetahs relocated to India last year were released into the wild, more than seven decades after the world's fastest land animal was declared extinct in the South Asian country.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
3/7/2023 9:44:35 PM
Efforts are underway to expand the domestic production of animal feed, writes Ahmed Abdel-Hafez

World - International
3/1/2023 6:14:16 PM
COVID-19's origins remain hazy. Three years after the start of the pandemic, it's still unclear whether the coronavirus that causes the disease leaked from a lab or spread to humans from an animal.

Life & Style - Health
2/28/2023 12:58:36 PM
A crucial question has eluded governments and health agencies around the world since the COVID-19 pandemic began: Did the virus originate in animals or leak from a Chinese lab?

World - Africa
1/30/2023 1:53:51 PM
​Vultures scavenge for dead animals along a river turned sewer conduit in Kenya's capital Nairobi. Its waters turn from clear to black as it traverses informal settlements and industrial hubs.

Life & Style - Style
1/25/2023 10:43:32 AM
The pioneering Black performer Josephine Baker — who left the United States to find global fame in Paris in the 1920s — was Dior’s muse for an old school spring couture collection of archetypal classicism.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
1/6/2023 6:22:00 PM
Al-Ahram Weekly sheds light on plans to renovate Egypt’s oldest zoo

Egypt - Courts & Law
1/2/2023 2:42:30 PM
A Luxor misdemeanor court sentenced on Monday a cart driver in the Upper Egyptian city to one year in prison for brutally beating his horse after a video of the incident caused a public outrage.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Entre nous
12/6/2022 10:46:05 PM
Winter is a fabulous time for shoe trends, as you can add boots and booties to your regular outfits as well as beautiful embellished party shoes.

Life & Style - Health
11/28/2022 4:11:11 PM
The World Health Organization has renamed monkeypox as mpox, citing concerns the original name of the decades-old animal disease could be construed as discriminatory and racist.

COP27 - Climate change
11/4/2022 7:23:10 PM
Hundreds of animals, including elephants and endangered Grevy's zebras, have died in Kenyan wildlife preserves during East Africa's worst drought in decades, according to a report released Friday.

World - Africa
11/1/2022 9:00:20 PM
In 1835 Charles Darwin, the father of the theory of evolution, was exploring an island in the Galápagos archipelago when he encountered “two large tortoises, each of which must have weighed at least two hundred pounds”. He had never seen anything like them. He became entranced by the animals and took at least one back to England as a pet.

World - International
10/3/2022 9:49:37 PM
It’s hard to imagine a time when “coronavirus” wasn’t a household word. But for a long time, this family of viruses had merited very little attention. Believed to be ubiquitous among animals and avian species, the first coronavirus to infect and cause disease in humans was only isolated and identified in the 1960s.

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