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Life & Style - Health
12/4/2021 10:37:29 AM
South African scientists are warning that reinfections among people who’ve already battled COVID-19 appear to be more likely with the new omicron variant than with earlier coronavirus mutants

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
12/1/2021 1:36:00 PM
In order to improve Egypt’s educational system, there needs to be a whole new mindset regarding the aims and values of education.

Books - News
11/25/2021 9:24:10 PM
Dave Hickey, a prominent American art critic whose essays covered topics ranging from Siegfried & Roy to Norman Rockwell, has died.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
11/23/2021 10:36:42 PM
Last week, Hani Shaker, head of the Music Professions Syndicate, announced a ban on 19 musicians, including Hamo Beka, Hassan Shakoush, and Magdi Shata — all of whom perform within the popular Mahraganat genre.

Egypt - Health
11/15/2021 5:12:25 PM
Egypt has secured a total of 75 million doses of all WHO-approved coronavirus vaccines, the country's presidential adviser for health affairs Mohamed Awad Tag El-Din said, adding that only 32 million doses have been administered thus far.

World - International
11/14/2021 6:02:45 PM
While some US Catholic bishops continue to denounce President Joe Biden for his support of legal abortion, their conference as a whole is likely to avoid direct criticism of him at its upcoming national meeting.

World - Region
11/12/2021 4:08:49 PM
Lebanese Information Minister George Kordahi - whose remarks on Yemen's war sparked a row with Gulf Arab states - said Friday he would consider resigning if diplomatic measures taken against his country are dropped.

Egypt - Society
11/11/2021 4:16:31 PM
Two years ago, a 15-year-old Sudanese girl arrived in Egypt as an unaccompanied refugee. Her mother compelled her to flee her homeland because of a serious threat to her life there. The girl was raped in Cairo by a Sudanese national, and her life spiralled downward from there. Suffering is visible on her face, giving her a distinct personality and reflecting the awful torment she has endured her whole life. The apparent suffering on her face reflects abuse, dread, deprivation, worry, and deep estrangement in a harsh present that does not portend a compassionate future.

World - Africa
11/1/2021 2:37:58 PM
South Africans cast ballots Monday in local elections expected to reflect growing discontent with the African National Congress, whose popularity has been waning even before deadly riots in July.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
10/29/2021 6:05:00 PM
Cairo is closely monitoring developments in Sudan, its southern neighbour whose stability is integral to Egypt’s national security

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
10/28/2021 11:38:00 AM
Analysing a whole cluster of crises in the region.

World - Region
10/21/2021 1:18:56 PM
Azerbaijan released Thursday two Iranian truck drivers whose arrest last month on charges of illegally crossing into the country strained ties between Baku and Tehran.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
10/19/2021 11:25:18 PM
For its own good, and for that of the world as a whole, the United States must clarify its mission and understand its priorities, writes David Dumke

World - Region
10/16/2021 8:25:10 PM
French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday condemned as "inexcusable" a deadly crackdown by Paris police on a 1961 protest by Algerians whose scale was covered up for decades, disappointing activists who hoped for an even stronger recognition of responsibility.

Life & Style - Health
10/14/2021 6:31:15 PM
The chief of the World Health Organization honored the late Henrietta Lacks, an American woman whose cancer cells were taken without her knowledge during the 1950s and ended up providing the foundation for vast scientific breakthroughs, including research about the coronavirus.

World - International
10/11/2021 9:26:34 PM
Madrid confirmed on Monday that it was expecting the arrival of Afghans who had worked for Spain, whose evacuation it had arranged via Pakistan.

World - International
10/11/2021 11:37:01 AM
Global momentum is building on the climate crisis but action will be impossible without two nations, China and the United States, which together account for more than half of emissions -- and whose governments don't get along.

Opinion -
10/10/2021 2:22:08 PM
Every writer has a major weakness. Mine is a reluctance to write about other writers whom I knew personally on the occasion of their anniversary their birth or their death. If I plan to write at all.

World - Region
10/7/2021 8:46:38 PM
Morocco's King Mohammed VI on Thursday named a new government, led by billionaire tycoon Aziz Akhannouch whose National Rally of Independents (RNI) trounced incumbent Islamists in elections last month.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Special
10/6/2021 4:02:17 PM
Almost half a century after the October War, testimonies and recollections continue to appear, including from diplomats who share first-hand accounts of the war, a soldier who has kept souvenirs from the front, and a painter whose art recalls the sacrifices made by the Egyptian military and people.

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