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Sports - Africa
5/2/2024 7:26:02 PM
A soccer politics dispute between Algeria and Morocco over a map of disputed Western Sahara territory on a team jersey will go to a full appeal hearing at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

World - Africa
4/23/2024 9:29:18 AM
More than 50,000 people have been displaced by clashes in a disputed area in northern Ethiopia, the United Nations said, as the international community expressed concern about the violence involving fighters from rival regions.

Sports - Africa
4/21/2024 10:17:49 PM
The game between RS Berkane of Morocco and USMA of Algeria in the first leg of the Confederation Cup semis was called off on Sunday due to a dispute over the Moroccan team jerseys.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
4/5/2024 2:09:57 PM
Egypt’s Ambassador to Ethiopia and the Permanent Representative to the African Union Mohamed Gad underscored the necessity of coordinating efforts to defuse disputes in Africa, particularly in neighbouring countries, to boost regional peace and security.

World - International
3/25/2024 3:16:55 PM
The Philippines lodged its “strongest protest” against Beijing on Monday and summoned a senior Chinese diplomat over a water cannon assault by the Chinese coast guard that injured Filipino navy crew members and heavily damaged their boat in the disputed South China Sea, officials said.

World - Region
3/25/2024 12:07:29 PM
Senior doctors at dozens of hospitals in South Korea planned to submit their resignations Monday in support of medical interns and residents who have been on a strike for five weeks over the government’s push to sharply increase medical school admissions, their leader said.

World - International
3/5/2024 1:10:28 PM
Chinese and Philippine coast guard vessels collided in the disputed South China Sea, and four Filipino crew members were injured Tuesday in high-seas confrontations as Southeast Asian leaders gathered for an Asian summit where alarm over Beijing’s aggression at sea was expected to be raised.

Sports - Egyptian Football
2/29/2024 6:16:05 PM
Ahly forward Mahmoud 'Kahraba' Abdel-Moneam has finally put an end to his five-year-long saga with his former club Zamalek by paying the imposed fine ($2 million).

Opinion - Economy
2/27/2024 10:18:16 PM
Egypt is advocating reforms to the World Trade Organisation to give developing countries a greater role in the decision-making and dispute-settlement system, writes Sherif Erfan

World - Region
2/14/2024 12:40:38 PM
Two explosions struck gas pipelines in Iran early Wednesday in an act of "terrorism and sabotage" that disputed gas supplies in three of the country's provinces, state media reported.

Sports - World
2/13/2024 4:04:42 PM
The chairman of Qatar-owned PSG and the mayor of Paris have fallen out publicly over the club's stadium, the Parc des Princes, raising doubts about the future home of the capital's only first division team.

War on Gaza - War on Gaza
2/11/2024 7:58:06 PM
Israel will push into Rafah in southern Gaza despite widespread concerns over the potential toll, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a television interview aired Sunday, vowing to provide "safe passage" for civilians out of the overcrowded city.

World - Region
2/5/2024 3:26:03 PM
Nineteen people, one of them a humanitarian worker, were killed in ethnic clashes over the weekend in the Abyei region straddling the border between Sudan and South Sudan and claimed by both, local authorities said.

World - International
1/30/2024 1:04:23 PM
The Philippines and Vietnam signed an agreement Tuesday on preventing and managing incidents in the disputed South China Sea during Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr.'s visit to Hanoi.

World - Region
1/29/2024 5:43:52 PM
Fighting between rival communities in a disputed region claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan has killed 54 people, including two UN peacekeepers, the United Nations said on Monday, calling for calm.

World - Africa
1/21/2024 2:47:19 PM
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Sunday urged Addis Ababa and Mogadishu to open dialogue to settle their dispute over Ethiopia's maritime deal with the breakaway region of Somaliland.

World - Region
1/18/2024 12:49:59 PM
Somalia said on Thursday there was no room for mediation in a dispute with Ethiopia unless Addis Ababa cancelled a controversial deal with the breakaway region of Somaliland.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/9/2024 9:45:02 PM
The cracks are surfacing in the Israeli war cabinet formed after the Hamas attack on 7 October. Disputes between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, former defence minister Benny Gantz and current Defence Minister Yoav Gallant have raised questions about the stability of this government.

Sports - World
12/31/2023 5:57:11 PM
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed opposition parties for “exploiting” a dispute between two Turkish football clubs and Saudi officials.

World - International
12/24/2023 2:34:13 PM
A number of flights from Geneva airport were delayed and some were cancelled during the holiday rush Sunday, as dozens of ground staff went on strike over a wage dispute.

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