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World - Region
7/26/2022 3:51:40 PM
Tunisia's main opposition alliance on Tuesday accused President Kais Saied's electoral board of falsifying turnout figures, saying his referendum on a new constitution had "failed".

World - International
7/26/2022 2:46:56 PM
Russia will opt out of the International Space Station after 2024 and focus on building its own orbiting outpost, the country's newly appointed space chief said Tuesday.

Business - Energy
7/25/2022 10:53:52 PM
Egypt is at the top of the Arab region’s countries in combined utility-scale solar and wind generation at 3.5 GW in total, the Egyptian Cabinet said on Monday, citing a June report by the US-based Global Energy Monitor (GEM).

World - Region
7/25/2022 6:35:50 PM
Its detractors say Tunisia's draft constitution will give President Kais Saied unchecked powers, but for voter Baya, that's a welcome break from the country's old political elite.

Business - Markets & Companies
7/24/2022 3:31:35 PM
Swedish Electrolux, a global manufacturer and supplier of electrical appliances with long presence in the Egyptian market, inked on Sunday an agreement with SolarizEgypt, the leading implementation and construction company in Egypt and the Middle East to develop a solar power plant at its factory.

World - Region
7/23/2022 2:11:23 PM
Tunisians will vote Monday on a constitution that would give President Kais Saied vast powers, in bid to overhaul the Tunisian political system.

World - Region
7/21/2022 9:51:25 PM
A Sudanese pro-democracy protester was shot dead Thursday during rallies against a military power-grab, taking the toll of those killed in crackdowns since the army takeover to 115, medics said.

Business - Energy
7/20/2022 5:12:26 PM
Egypt began the construction of the first reactor at El-Dabaa plant, the country's first nuclear power plant to generate electricity, stated the Nuclear Power Plants Authority (NPPA) on Wednesday.

World - Region
7/20/2022 1:16:52 PM
Senior military figures from Libya's rival eastern and western power bases have held an unprecedented meeting in the capital Tripoli, calling Tuesday for a unified command over their troops.

World - International
7/17/2022 10:01:00 AM
The European Union will discuss tightening sanctions against Russia on Monday, as Moscow is accused of using the continent's largest nuclear power plant to store weapons and launch missiles on the surrounding regions of southern Ukraine.

War in Ukraine - Military
7/16/2022 8:21:47 PM
Ukraine's atomic energy agency accused Russia of using Europe's largest nuclear power plant to store weapons and shell the surrounding regions of Nikopol and Dnipro that were hit Saturday.

World - Region
7/14/2022 3:46:50 PM
The US and Israel signed a new security pact on Thursday reinforcing their common front against Iran, as President Joe Biden pledged to use "all" American power to stop the Islamic republic from acquiring nuclear weapons.

World - Region
7/11/2022 1:53:12 PM
Organisers of Khartoum's sit-ins, begun 10 days ago to force Sudan's army to return power to civilians, announced Monday that they had dismantled two of their four camps.

World - Region
7/9/2022 6:33:25 PM
Tunisian President Kais Saied published an amended version of a draft constitution late Friday in an attempt to ward off criticism after the original was slammed for the nearly unlimited power it gave his office.

World - International
7/8/2022 5:41:32 PM
Shinzo Abe was a political blueblood groomed for power. Japan's longest-serving prime minister, he was also perhaps the most polarizing, complex politician in recent Japanese history.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
7/8/2022 4:31:00 PM
While the economic argument for Iran to return to a nuclear deal with the Western countries is a powerful one, the strategic argument is even more so.

World - International
7/8/2022 12:39:47 PM
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, a divisive arch-conservative and one of his nation's most powerful and influential figures, has died after being shot during a campaign speech Friday in western Japan, hospital officials said.

War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
7/7/2022 1:30:27 PM
The Kremlin said Thursday it hoped that "more professional people" would come to power in Britain after the BBC reported Boris Johnson will resign as Conservative party leader.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
7/7/2022 9:34:00 AM
The construction of the first reactor at Egypt’s Dabaa Nuclear Power Plant begins this month.

World - International
7/6/2022 10:45:27 AM
A defiant British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was battling to stay in power on Wednesday after his government was rocked by the resignation of two top ministers, who said they could no longer serve under his scandal-tarred leadership.

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