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World - International
8/8/2023 6:16:41 PM
July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth, the European Union's climate observatory confirmed Tuesday, warning of dire consequences.

World - Region
8/7/2023 10:14:03 AM
Iraqi villager Omar Ziad gazes at the cracked and barren earth where his fish farm once stood, lost to water conservation efforts during a devastating four-year drought.

World - International
8/6/2023 10:17:08 AM
An earthquake in eastern China before dawn Sunday knocked down houses and injured at least 21 people, according to state media, but no deaths were reported.

World - Region
8/5/2023 9:04:09 PM
A baby girl who was born under the rubble of her family home destroyed by the deadly earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria six months ago is in good health, loves her adopted family and likes to smile even to strangers.

World - International
8/2/2023 7:07:10 PM
Human-caused global warming made July hotter for four out of five people on Earth, with more than 2 billion people feeling climate change-boosted warmth daily, according to a flash study.

World - International
7/27/2023 6:02:15 PM
UN chief Antonio Guterres on Thursday pleaded for immediate radical action on climate change, saying that record-shattering July temperatures show Earth has passed from a warming phase into an "era of global boiling."

World - International
7/12/2023 12:56:20 PM
The Greek prime minister is to hold a rare meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday, with the two countries seeking to build on a rapprochement forged after this year's deadly earthquake.

Life & Style - Health
7/10/2023 11:22:49 AM
Earth’s average temperature set a new unofficial record high on July 6th, the third such milestone in a week that already rated as the hottest on record and what one prominent scientist says could be the hottest in 120,000 years.

World - Region
7/8/2023 11:18:20 AM
The U.N. Security Council is to vote Monday on extending aid deliveries from Turkey to Syria’s rebel-held northwest, with a resolution sponsored by Brazil and Switzerland calling for a 12-month extension and a rival Russia resolution limiting a renewal to just six months.

Opinion - Opinion
7/7/2023 1:34:00 PM
The fact is that we cannot expect either the East or West to solve the eternal problems of humankind and the major problems of planet Earth until some progress is made in human thought and behaviour.

World - International
7/5/2023 10:00:00 PM
The planet's temperature spiked on Tuesday to its hottest day in at least 44 years and likely much longer, and Wednesday could become the third straight day Earth unofficially marks a record-breaking high, the latest in a series of climate-change extremes that alarm but don't surprise scientists.

World - Region
6/23/2023 4:00:55 PM
United Nations aid transited Friday from regime-controlled northwest Syria to rebel-held areas for the first time since a devastating February earthquake, an AFP correspondent and a humanitarian official said.

World - International
6/20/2023 7:49:05 PM
The French government said Tuesday that it would shut down an activist climate group over a series of recent demonstrations including one that led to fierce clashes with police over a controversial irrigation project.

World - International
6/17/2023 8:36:38 PM
Residents of a region in western France on Saturday counted the cost after being stunned by a rare earthquake that has left dozens of homes damaged.

Sports - World
6/11/2023 1:27:29 PM
Inter Milan return to earth with a bump on Sunday after their Champions League dream was crushed by Manchester City, financial problems making a repeat of this season's heroics a difficult task for one of Europe's grand old clubs.

World - Africa
6/11/2023 10:14:44 AM
A 5.0-magnitude earthquake on Sunday struck near Johannesburg, shaking buildings across South Africa's most populous province, the United States Geological Survey reported.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
6/6/2023 9:09:58 PM
Rania Khallaf enjoyed a new exhibition about the human connection to the earth’s crust

World - Region
5/31/2023 12:33:31 PM
A private flight carrying two Saudi astronauts and other passengers returned to Earth late Tuesday night after a nine-day trip to the International Space Station.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
5/30/2023 1:30:00 PM
The earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria earlier this year drew renewed attention to the dangers they pose as well as whether they can be the result of human activities.

World - Region
5/25/2023 10:59:18 AM
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stares down from a campaign poster at the earthquake ruins of Antakya, inspiring confidence in Ahmet Gulyildizoglu ahead of Sunday's election runoff.

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