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World - International
9/19/2022 9:41:02 AM
Hurricane Fiona smashed into Puerto Rico on Sunday, knocking out the US island territory's power while dumping torrential rain and wreaking catastrophic damage before spinning off towards the Dominican Republic.

World - International
9/18/2022 5:29:55 PM
Fiona strengthened into a hurricane Sunday as it bore down on Puerto Rico, where people braced for severe wind and torrential rains., and nearly five years have gone by since Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, and no one has offered Jetsabel Osorio Chevere's family a plastic tarp or zinc panels to replace the roof that the Category 4 storm ripped off the two-story home in an impoverished corner in the north coast town of Loiza.

World - International
9/17/2022 5:58:03 PM
A strong earthquake struck off the east coast of Taiwan on Saturday, the US Geological Survey said, but there were no initial reports of casualties or damage.

World - Region
9/17/2022 11:44:08 AM
An Israeli strike on the Damascus International Airport and nearby military posts south of the Syrian capital killed five soldiers, state media reported Saturday.

World - Region
9/14/2022 10:48:35 AM
Syria's first major cholera outbreak in over a decade has killed seven people and infected more than 50, the health ministry said, amid widespread damage to water treatment infrastructure.

World - Region
9/13/2022 3:11:09 PM
The World Health Organization warned Tuesday of a "very high" risk of cholera spreading across Syria after the country recorded its first cases since 2009.

World - Region
9/12/2022 4:27:34 PM
Hospitals in the Syrian capital have been put on alert after more than two dozen cases of cholera and at least three deaths were reported in the war-torn country, health officials said Monday.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
9/11/2022 10:37:18 PM
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry reiterated Egypt’s firm stance on the need to reach a comprehensive agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) as soon as possible in a meeting on Sunday with the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa Hanna Tetteh.

World - International
9/11/2022 10:57:10 AM
A 7.6-magnitude earthquake shook Papua New Guinea Sunday, damaging buildings, triggering landslides and killing at least two people, with several more severely injured.

Multimedia - Video
9/10/2022 5:45:49 PM

World - Africa
9/9/2022 6:25:59 PM
From drought to cyclones and sea level rise, the cost of damage caused by climate change in Africa will only get higher as the world warms, sparking concerns from activists and officials about how to pay for it.

World - Region
9/8/2022 1:44:22 PM
An Israeli strike on a Syrian airport tore large craters in three spots on the facility's runway, again closing the airfield after a strike days earlier also halted traffic, satellite images analyzed Thursday by The Associated Press show.

World - Region
9/7/2022 11:43:42 AM
Israeli air strikes have killed at least three people and damaged Aleppo airport in northern Syria for the second time in a week, a war monitor said Wednesday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
9/6/2022 8:49:40 PM
Algerian attempts to invite Syria to the Arab Summit meeting in Algiers in November have run up against Arab and US opposition, reports Bassel Oudat in Damascus.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
9/4/2022 7:27:16 PM
Head of the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church Pope Tawadros II said he hopes talks between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) go well, as he received a delegation from the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church on Sunday.

War in Ukraine - Military
9/4/2022 2:39:32 PM
Russian shelling hit the southern Ukraine port city of Mykolaiv during the night, damaging a medical treatment facility, the city's mayor said Sunday.

Egypt - Society
9/3/2022 7:06:42 PM
A 3.7 magnitude earthquake struck approximately 135 kilometres southeast of Marsa Matrouh city on Saturday, the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG) announced.

War in Ukraine - Military
9/2/2022 2:34:52 PM
Heavy fighting continued Friday near Europe's largest nuclear power plant in a Russian-controlled area of eastern Ukraine, a day after experts from the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency voiced concerns about structural damage to the sprawling Zaporizhzhia site.

World - Region
9/2/2022 1:01:03 PM
An Israeli attack targeting a Syrian airport tore a hole in the runway and also damaged a structure close to the military side of the airfield, satellite photos analyzed Friday by The Associated Press showed.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
8/29/2022 10:19:01 PM
A consortium of Egyptian companies – under the supervision of the Egyptian government – started construction of Tanzania’s Julius Nyerere Hydroelectric Power Project (JNHPP) in 2019.

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