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World - International
9/15/2022 1:21:39 PM
A Senate committee took the first step Wednesday toward the United States directly providing billions of dollars in military aid to Taiwan and making ties more official, ramping up support following soaring tensions with Beijing.

World - International
9/14/2022 8:06:17 PM
A year after the tumultuous U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Biden administration said Wednesday it will transfer $3.5 billion in frozen Afghan central bank funds for humanitarian aid as hunger grips every province in that country.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
9/13/2022 5:27:33 PM
What kind of horrors will next winter bring?

World - International
9/13/2022 2:31:50 PM
Paris will start switching off the ornamental lights that grace city monuments hours earlier than usual, plunging the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks in the dark to cope with surging electricity costs, officials said Tuesday.

World - Region
9/11/2022 2:24:46 PM
The United Arab Emirates' tourism revenues surpassed $5 billion in the first half of this year, officials said Sunday, with a strong performance expected this winter when neighbouring Qatar hosts football's World Cup.

World - International
9/8/2022 7:34:20 PM
Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British history and an icon instantly recognisable to billions of people around the world, died on Thursday. She was 96.

War in Ukraine - Military
9/8/2022 2:46:44 PM
Secretary of State Antony Blinken paid a surprise visit Thursday to Kyiv as the United States unveiled more than $2.6 billion in new military aid, saying the assistance was visibly paying off on the battlefield against Russian invaders.

World - International
9/8/2022 11:34:01 AM
British Prime Minister Liz Truss will announce Thursday how her new government plans to ease the burden of soaring energy bills that have left people and businesses across the U.K. facing a bleak winter.

Business - Tech
9/7/2022 7:35:17 PM
Elon Musk will be able to include new evidence from a Twitter whistleblower as he fights to get out of his $44 billion deal to buy the social media company, but Musk won't be able to delay a high-stakes October trial over the dispute, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Business - Economy
9/5/2022 3:38:13 PM
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) sold 91-day-maturity treasury bills (T-bills) on Sunday at a total of EGP 61.8 billion, the highest value for short-term T-bills sales since the beginning of 2022, surpassing the CBE’s target.

War in Ukraine - Economy
9/4/2022 2:16:33 PM
The German government on Sunday unveiled a new multi-billion euro plan to help housesholds cope with soaring prices, and said it was eyeing windfall profits from energy companies to help fund the relief.

War in Ukraine - Economy
9/3/2022 5:59:35 PM
Sweden said Saturday it would provide liquidity guarantees to Nordic and Baltic energy companies worth "billions of dollars" in a bid to prevent a financial crisis sparked by Europe's energy crunch.

World - International
9/3/2022 10:47:24 AM
The Biden administration on Friday announced a more than $1 billion arms sale to Taiwan as U.S.-China tensions escalate over the status of the island.

Sports - World
9/2/2022 12:55:20 PM
Premier League clubs shattered their single-season spending record during an incredible £1.9 billion ($2.1 billion) spree during the summer window.

Business - Economy
9/1/2022 5:01:44 PM
Egyptian investments in Africa rose by $1.2 billion in 2021 to $10.2 billion, and trade volume with Ivory Coast has risen to $149 million, an increase of 178.5 percent compared to 2020, Egypt’s Minister of Trade and Industry Ahmed Samir said.

Sports - World
9/1/2022 1:59:11 PM
A wild summer transfer window is coming to an end on Thursday with English Premier League clubs still very active in the market despite already spending more than $2 billion on new players.

World - International
9/1/2022 11:06:25 AM
Bankrupt Sri Lanka will receive a conditional $2.9 billion bailout to repair its battered finances, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday, following a bruising economic crisis that saw the island nation's president chased from the country.

Life & Style - Health
8/30/2022 7:36:26 PM
Half of the world's healthcare facilities lack basic hygiene services, putting nearly four billion people at greater risk of infection, the United Nations said Tuesday.

World - Africa
8/28/2022 10:27:00 AM
Adenekan Ayomide had been attending the University of Abuja for two years when the lecturers went on strike in February. The 27-year-old undergraduate student hoped he would return to school quickly but immediately took a job as a taxi driver to pay bills.

Arts & Culture - Film
8/26/2022 1:57:44 PM
Bill Kramer has been thinking about the future of the Oscars since he was named CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences earlier this summer.

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