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World - International
1/16/2022 9:35:33 AM
Microsoft said late Saturday that dozens of computer systems at an unspecified number of Ukrainian government agencies have been infected with destructive malware disguised as ransomware, a disclosure suggesting an attention-grabbing defacement attack on official websites was a diversion. The extent of the damage was not immediately clear.

World - Region
1/16/2022 9:32:27 AM
Tunisia's crisis-stricken economy needs "deep reforms" such as slashing its vast public wage bill, the International Monetary Fund's outgoing country chief has said as the government seeks a new bailout.

Antiquities - Museums
1/15/2022 11:21:42 AM
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization will host on Saturday for the first time the World Art Forum (WAF), the largest international contemporary art event that adopts the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the core of their mission.

World - International
1/14/2022 6:58:16 PM
The United States' Omicron wave is beginning to recede in New York and other major cities, official data showed this week, even as Covid-19 hospitalizations, a lagging indicator, reached new highs.

World - Africa
1/14/2022 2:47:58 PM
At least 108 civilians have been killed this month in a series of airstrikes in the war-torn northern Tigray region of Ethiopia, the United Nations said Friday.

World - International
1/13/2022 10:47:46 PM
The United States is ready either for diplomacy with Russia or to "defend" allies depending on Moscow's decisions on Ukraine, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Thursday.

World - Africa
1/13/2022 8:25:40 PM
The United Nations called Thursday on Mali's ruling junta to announce an election timetable amid anger over its suggestion of staying in power for five years before holding a vote.

World - Region
1/13/2022 7:10:43 PM
A group of independent United Nations rights experts urged Tehran on Thursday to halt the imminent execution of a man convicted of killing a classmate when he was a minor.

World - Region
1/13/2022 1:08:31 PM
The emirate of Ajman is warning its government employees that they will be penalized for coming into contact for a second time with anyone who has contracted COVID-19, state-linked media in the United Arab Emirates reported Thursday.

World - International
1/12/2022 10:52:09 PM
The Biden administration on Wednesday slapped sanctions on five North Korean officials in its first response to Pyongyang's latest ballistic missile test.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
1/12/2022 10:26:35 PM
DR Congo’s Environment Minister Eve Bazaiba highlighted a Congolese request for support during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) that Egypt will host this year, an Egyptian cabinet statement read.

World - Region
1/12/2022 8:57:15 PM
The United Nations will need around $3.9 billion this year to help millions of people in war-torn Yemen, a top UN humanitarian official said Wednesday.

Sports - World
1/12/2022 8:47:00 PM
Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman has signed a contract extension until 2027, the Bundesliga leaders confirmed Wednesday.

World - Region
1/12/2022 6:56:18 PM
Eight countries that include Iran, Venezuela and Sudan have lost their right to vote at the United Nations because of unpaid dues.

World - International
1/12/2022 3:50:58 PM
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Wednesday offered "heartfelt apologies" for attending a lockdown-breaching party held in his Downing Street garden, but deflected calls to resign as the opposition leader called him a "man without shame".

World - International
1/12/2022 9:56:29 AM
Kim Jong Un personally oversaw the successful test of a hypersonic missile, state media said Wednesday, and urged North Korea to press ahead with building more "strategic military muscle" despite international sanctions over its nuclear weapons programme.

World - International
1/11/2022 7:05:04 PM
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced a wave of public and political outrage on Tuesday over allegations that he and his staff flouted coronavirus lockdown rules by holding a garden party in 2020 while Britons were barred by law from meeting up with more than one person outside their households.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
1/11/2022 5:57:04 PM
The 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis could provide useful lessons for the West and Russia as they seek to combine diplomacy and deterrence to avoid armed conflict, writes Hussein Haridy

World - International
1/11/2022 4:19:50 PM
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Tuesday that Russia had no say over whether Ukraine could join NATO, a topic at the centre of high-stakes talks between the West and Russia this week.

Egypt - Society
1/11/2022 3:43:00 PM
Egypt’s Minister of Local development Mahmoud Shaarawy announced on Tuesday in an official statement that the new Unified National network for emergency and public safety’s first phase was going to be launched in 5 governorates nationwide.

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