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World - Africa
1/21/2023 2:48:27 PM
Chad has lifted the suspension of political activities by several opposition parties imposed following a violent crackdown on demonstrations three months ago, a government official told AFP on Saturday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/21/2023 2:45:00 PM
Opposition parties in Tunisia took to the streets of the capital last week in protest against government-led reforms, writes Karam Said

World - Africa
1/20/2023 3:52:22 PM
An Al-Shabaab attack killed seven soldiers Friday at a military camp in a Somali town retaken by the army this week in a major offensive against the jihadist group, the government said.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/20/2023 2:48:00 PM
Israel has been escalating its military actions in the West Bank against a background of growing difficulties for its extreme-right government.

World - International
1/19/2023 5:45:58 PM
The US Treasury could start taking "extraordinary measures" Thursday to prevent a default on government debt, as Congress heads towards a high-stakes clash between Democrats and Republicans over raising the borrowing limit.

World - International
1/19/2023 2:41:41 PM
The European Court of Human Rights said on Thursday it had asked the UK government to answer questions about alleged Russian interference in elections after a legal challenge.

Business - Economy
1/18/2023 6:31:40 PM
Egypt’s cabinet approved on Wednesday the main framework of a new five-year initiative to fund industrial and agricultural sectors’ projects with loans at an 11 percent interest rate.

World - Region
1/18/2023 6:28:11 PM
Israel's Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that interior and health minister in the new government cannot serve as a Cabinet minister. The decision deepens a rift over the power of the courts in Israel and presents Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with what could be his first coalition crisis.

World - Region
1/18/2023 5:40:38 PM
Lebanon's caretaker government Wednesday approved opening credit lines totaling $116 million to help fix its crippled state electricity grid.

Business - Economy
1/18/2023 12:08:17 PM
Taiwan's economy shrank in the final quarter of 2022, the government said Wednesday, in the island's worst quarterly contraction since it was hammed by the global financial crisis in late 2009.

World - Region
1/17/2023 6:29:26 PM
Jordan summoned the Israeli ambassador to Amman on Tuesday to protest a move by Israeli police to block the Jordanian envoy from entering a volatile holy site in Jerusalem. The incident quickly escalated tensions between the neighbors and reflected the heightened sensitivity around the sacred compound under Israel's new ultranationalist government.

World - International
1/17/2023 6:27:58 PM
Dozens of climate activists glued themselves to a main street in Germany’s western city of Cologne and to a state government building in Duesseldorf on Tuesday to protest the destruction of a village to make way for a coal mine expansion, German news agency dpa reported.

World - Region
1/16/2023 11:31:32 PM
Up to 12,000 people marched Monday to the EU Parliament in the eastern French city of Strasbourg in support of Iran’s anti-government protesters while the Eiffel Tower lit the night with the slogan “Woman. Life. Freedom,” which embodies the protest movement spilling beyond Iran.

World - War in Ukraine
1/16/2023 10:34:40 PM
Poland's prime minister said Monday that he wants the German government to supply a wide range of weapons to Kyiv and voiced hope that Germany would soon approve a transfer of battle tanks to strengthen Ukraine's defense against Russian forces in the war.

Business - Markets & Companies
1/16/2023 10:29:35 PM
Gold mining company Centamin PLC requested on Monday the dismissal of lawsuit over its Sukari mine concession after the Egyptian Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) ruled to uphold a law regulating appeals against government contracts in Egypt.

Egypt - Politics
1/15/2023 7:40:27 PM
Egypt's parliament – the House of Representatives – gave the thumbs up on Sunday to government-drafted amendments to a 1971 law regulating the performance of police officers and personnel – also known as the Police Authority Law.

World - International
1/15/2023 7:07:17 PM
The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening.

World - Region
1/15/2023 1:57:01 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday his government plans to charge ahead with an overhaul of the country's judicial system, despite fierce criticism from top legal officials and protests against the changes that drew tens of thousands of people.

World - International
1/14/2023 1:07:30 PM
China on Saturday reported nearly 60,000 deaths in people who had COVID-19 since early December following complaints the government was failing to release data about the status of the pandemic.

World - Region
1/13/2023 3:25:12 PM
Israel's outgoing army chief on Friday warned against plans by Benjamin Netanyahu's new coalition to grant more control to pro-settler lawmakers and make other changes to the Israeli security establishment, joining a loud chorus of criticism against the new right-wing government.

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