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Egypt - Society
1/25/2023 2:53:00 PM
Egypt’s National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG) recorded a 5.8-magnitude earthquake in the eastern Mediterranean, 502 km from the Egyptian coast at a depth of 54 km.

World - International
1/12/2023 7:14:02 PM
Earth's fever persisted last year, not quite spiking to a record high but still in the top five or six warmest on record, government agencies reported Thursday.

World - International
1/11/2023 3:56:00 PM
Russia said Wednesday it would send a rescue capsule next month for three crew members of the International Space Station, after a meteorite damaged the spacecraft that was due to return them to Earth.

Egypt - Society
12/27/2022 11:13:17 AM
A 5 magnitude earthquake hit 26 kilometres southwest of the capital of South Sinai in El-Tor city, but there were no casualties or damage reported, said the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG).

World - War in Ukraine
12/22/2022 10:55:03 AM
The Associated Press estimated at least 10,300 new graves in and around Mariupol - most in the Staryi Krym cemetery - by analyzing satellite imagery from early March through December, noting sections where the earth had been disturbed.

World Cup 2022 - Features
12/6/2022 5:27:32 PM
Asian teams came crashing back down to earth in the World Cup last 16 but the region still enjoyed its best-ever tournament to suggest it is closing the gap on the global elite.

World - International
12/4/2022 1:10:59 PM
Indonesia's Mount Semeru erupted Sunday spewing hot ash clouds a mile into the sky and sending rivers of lava down its side, sparking the evacuation of nearly 2,000 people exactly one year after its last major eruption killed dozens.

World - Region
11/23/2022 5:22:14 PM
A magnitude-5.9 earthquake hit a town in northwestern Turkey early Wednesday, causing damage to some buildings and widespread panic. At least 68 people were injured, mostly while trying to flee homes.

World - International
11/23/2022 12:05:21 PM
Survivors of an Indonesian earthquake that killed at least 268 people appealed for food and water Wednesday, as heavy rain and aftershocks hampered rescue efforts among the rubble of devastated villages.

World - International
11/22/2022 11:55:00 AM
Indonesian authorities say the death toll from Monday's earthquake on Java has leapt to 252 as more bodies have been discovered under collapsed buildings.

World - International
11/22/2022 11:33:15 AM
​A 5.6 magnitude earthquake left more than 160 dead and hundreds injured as buildings crumbled and terrified residents ran for their lives on Indonesia's main island of Java.

Egypt - Society
11/21/2022 10:57:15 AM
Many residents in northern Egypt, including in Delta cities and Greater Cairo felt tremors early on Monday as a strong 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the Greek island of Crete with no reports of casualties or damage.

World - International
11/21/2022 10:45:21 AM
An earthquake shook Indonesia's main island of Java on Monday, killing at least 46 people, damaging dozens of buildings and sending residents into the capital's streets for safety.

COP27 - Climate change
11/15/2022 11:18:41 AM
The world is getting hotter and more crowded and the two issues are connected, but not quite as much as people might think, experts say.

COP27 - Climate change
11/12/2022 7:56:27 PM
Ramesh Hanumaiya digs a few inches into his field with his hand and examines the soil. There is movement in the thick, brown earth: Tiny earthworms being disturbed from their homestead.

COP27 - Climate change
11/12/2022 12:37:26 PM
Ramesh Hanumaiya digs a few inches into his field with his hand and examines the soil. There is movement in the thick, brown earth: Tiny earthworms being disturbed from their homestead.

COP27 - Focus
11/10/2022 8:04:03 PM
The Ukraine war has shown the heavy toll military conflict takes not just on people but also on the planet, say experts at the UN climate summit in Egypt.

COP27 - Sharm El-Sheikh
11/9/2022 9:31:51 PM
When it comes to helping poor nations cope with climate change, the United States government left its wallet at home. So it hopes its friend, big business, can help pick up the tab.

COP27 - Climate change
11/8/2022 11:24:56 AM
Since the emergence of the first humans in Africa over two million years ago the world's population has ballooned, with only fleeting pauses to the increasing number of people sharing planet Earth.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
11/6/2022 4:37:00 AM
For three decades now environmentalists around the world have been extremely vocal about the dangers of continuing on the path adopted since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution more than two centuries ago.

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