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World - International
12/3/2022 10:10:02 AM
Thousands of demonstrators representing organized labor marched in South Korea's capital on Saturday denouncing government attempts to force thousands of striking truckers back to work after they walked out in a dispute over the price of freight.

Business - Economy
11/29/2022 6:54:34 PM
Saudi Arabia agreed Tuesday to extend the terms of a $5 billion aid package to Egypt that took effect in March, Saudi state media said.

World - Region
11/26/2022 10:46:13 AM
Police arrested dozens of people in Istanbul on Friday at a rally to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

Egypt - Health
11/23/2022 3:29:48 PM
Egypt's Ministry of Health and Population announced on Wednesday that 1,680,000 women have been screened in the Mother and Fetus presidential health initiative since its launch in March 2020.

World - War in Ukraine
11/22/2022 12:51:30 PM
Rolling blackouts across Ukraine may continue through March, according to one of the country's energy chiefs, as Ukrainians brace for a grim winter after weeks of relentless Russian strikes against its power grid.

World - International
11/10/2022 6:14:31 PM
Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan urged his followers Thursday to resume their protest march on the country's capital to demand early elections _ even though he is staying out of the march for now, a week after he was wounded in the leg in a gunman's attempt on his life.

World - War in Ukraine
11/5/2022 9:43:41 PM
Tens of thousands of Italians marched through Rome on Saturday calling for peace in Ukraine and urging Italy to stop sending of weapons to fight the Russian invasion.

Business - Economy
10/31/2022 5:01:09 PM
Egypt has taken significant strides towards becoming a regional vaccine manufacturing hub, including being recognised in March as a country that meets the relevant international standards, said Mohamed El-Attar, head of health economics sector at GSK.

Sports - Multimedia
10/30/2022 11:49:16 PM

World - International
10/29/2022 11:18:46 PM
Thousands of demonstrators defied an official ban to march on Saturday against the deployment of new water storage infrastructure for agricultural irrigation in western France, according to organisers.

World - War in Ukraine
10/27/2022 3:25:07 PM
Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed that Ukraine pulled out of peace talks with Moscow in March on an "order" from the United States, the Kremlin said Thursday.

Sports - Multimedia
10/23/2022 2:15:50 PM

Multimedia - In Pictures
10/16/2022 8:50:17 PM

World - International
10/16/2022 7:49:34 PM
Thousands of protesters, including France's newly crowned Nobel literature laureate, piled into the streets of Paris on Sunday, in a show of anger against the bite of rising prices and cranking up pressure on the government of President Emmanuel Macron.

Egypt - Politics
10/12/2022 11:02:37 PM
The Egyptian Cabinet approved on Wednesday a new draft law on reconciliation on building violations after an outdated law, passed in March 2019, failed to address much of up to 2.8 million reconciliation requests submitted by citizens to the government.

World - Region
10/12/2022 10:05:10 AM
As anti-government protests roil cities and towns in Iran for a fourth week, tens of thousands of Iranians living abroad have marched on the streets of Europe, North America and beyond in support of what many believe to be a watershed moment for their home country.

Arts & Culture - Screens
10/1/2022 6:34:27 PM
The Ismailia International Film Festival for Documentaries and Shorts (IIFFDS) has opened submissions for its upcoming 24th edition that is scheduled to take place between 14 and 20 March in the Suez Canal city.

World - Region
9/25/2022 9:10:06 PM
French police on Sunday used tear gas and employed anti-riot tactics to prevent hundreds of people protesting in Paris from marching on Tehran's embassy, AFP reporters and eyewitnesses said.

Business - Economy
9/13/2022 10:01:15 PM
Egypt’s Ministry of Trade and Industry lifted this week its ban on the export of several staple food commodities, including wheat, flour and fava beans for six months since March.

World - International
9/5/2022 2:52:35 PM
As a child, Liz Truss marched in demonstrations against Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. As an adult, she came to admire Britain's first female leader - and now she is about to enter No. 10 Downing St. with a Thatcherite zeal to transform the U.K.

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