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World - International
8/16/2022 10:11:46 AM
President Joe Biden will sign Democrats' landmark climate change and health care bill on Tuesday, delivering what he has called the ``final piece'' of his pared-down domestic agenda, as he aims to boost his party's standing with voters less than three months before midterm elections.

War in Ukraine - Economy
8/11/2022 12:20:24 PM
The first wartime wheat from Ukraine should ship next week under a landmark deal also signed by Russia aimed at tackling the global food crisis, a top UN official said on Wednesday.

World - Africa
8/10/2022 4:16:04 PM
At least 15 soldiers were killed in northern Burkina Faso when their vehicles hit land mines, including a rescue team that hit a second explosive device when they were rushing to help, the army said.

World - Africa
8/7/2022 10:28:34 PM
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken landed in South Africa on Sunday, kicking off a three-nation African visit as Washington scales up diplomacy to counter Russian influence on the continent.

World - Region
8/4/2022 10:53:40 AM
After repeatedly rebuilding his home only to have it demolished by Israeli soldiers, Mohammed Abu Sabaha has a new plan to remain on the land _ he is moving into a cave.

War in Ukraine - Economy
8/2/2022 10:38:42 AM
The first shipment of Ukrainian grain to leave Odessa under a landmark deal to lift Moscow's naval blockade in the Black Sea is expected in Istanbul "after midnight" on Tuesday, the Turkish defence ministry said.

War in Ukraine - Military
7/31/2022 10:15:41 PM
There was already plenty of trouble to talk about when a major U.N. meeting on the landmark Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty was originally supposed to happen in 2020.

World - Region
7/28/2022 1:21:38 PM
At least six people were killed in floods near Tehran Thursday, most in a landslide that dumped mud four metres deep in a village west of the capital, emergency services said.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
7/26/2022 9:05:05 PM
Seven years after the renowned filmmaker Mohamed Khan passed away, Nahed Nasr reviews the landscape of Egyptian cinema as he saw it when he started out

War in Ukraine - Military
7/25/2022 10:59:26 AM
Russia said its missile barrage on a Ukrainian port central to a landmark grain export deal had destroyed Western-supplied weapons, after the attack sparked an outcry from Ukraine's allies.

World - International
7/21/2022 3:43:57 PM
The wildfires that ripped through swathes of Europe in recent weeks have already burned a larger area of land than was lost to blazes in all of 2021, the EU's satellite monitoring service said Thursday.

World - Region
7/19/2022 5:50:29 PM
Thousands of Sudan's Hausa people protested in multiple cities Tuesday, demanding justice for dozens of comrades killed in a deadly land dispute with a rival ethnic group in the country's south.

World - Africa
7/19/2022 3:01:32 PM
Officials are meeting in Kigali in Rwanda this week as part of the continent's first-ever Africa Protected Areas Congress in a bid to expand the preservation of land and marine wildlife, despite little funding and the low quality of many existing conservation areas in the region.

World - Region
7/17/2022 9:16:46 PM
United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan landed in Paris Sunday, on his first overseas state visit to boost ties, focus on energy and transport deals.

Sports - World
7/17/2022 1:53:21 PM
Paris Saint-Germain's star-studded squad landed in Japan Sunday for a three-game tour against local teams, with new manager Christophe Galtier hoping to make a strong start with the French giants.

World - Region
7/15/2022 4:35:05 PM
US President Joe Biden emerged from Air Force One on Friday, minutes after landing in Saudi Arabia and walked along a lavender carpet past a sword-bearing honor cordon.

World - Region
7/13/2022 11:41:52 AM
US President Joe Biden lands in the Middle East on Wednesday for a trip that will see Israeli leaders urge tougher action against Iran, before a delicate stop in Saudi Arabia.

Opinion -
7/6/2022 11:02:55 AM
Global food security is surrounded by a number of challenges, especially in developing countries where there has been an acceleration of the pace of uncontrolled urbanisation and the phenomenon of building on agricultural lands, which affects the sustainability of agricultural activity and the effectiveness of the food system.

Egypt - Defence
7/6/2022 10:47:47 AM
Two United Nations peacekeepers from Egypt were killed and five others seriously wounded when their vehicle hit a landmine planted by suspected jihadis in northern Mali on Tuesday, the U.N. said.

World - Africa
7/2/2022 10:20:14 PM
Allegations that Ethiopian forces captured and killed Sudanese troops in a contested area along their border -- charges denied by Addis Ababa -- have revived a decades-old dispute over the fertile land.

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