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World - Region
1/12/2022 2:57:05 PM
Israel's fragile governing coalition faced a crisis on Wednesday after Bedouins staged protests against tree-planting by nationalists on disputed land in the Negev desert.

World - Region
1/12/2022 12:00:14 PM
Victims of torture in Syria and human rights activists say they hope the upcoming verdict in a landmark trial will be a first step toward justice for countless Syrians who suffered abuse at the hands of President Bashar Assad's government in the country's long-running conflict.

Business - Markets & Companies
1/3/2022 10:29:12 PM
Apple became the first US company to hit $3 trillion in market value, briefly reaching the landmark on Monday in the latest demonstration of the tech industry's pandemic surge.

Egypt - Politics
12/31/2021 6:55:51 PM
The year 2021 has been an eventful one for Egypt. From the launch of landmark government programs, to more economic reforms and an impressive showing at the Olympics, Ahram Online offers a brief glimpse into the most notable events of the year.

World - International
12/31/2021 2:51:47 PM
New York City will ring in 2022 in Times Square as planned despite record numbers of COVID-19 infections in the city and around the nation, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
12/26/2021 7:21:00 PM
Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi inaugurated on Sunday a number of land reclamation projects in Upper Egypt’s Toshka, which are part of a major project dubbed "Tohska El-Khair."

World - Region
12/26/2021 4:13:10 PM
Iran on Saturday announced the decision to close its land borders with neighboring countries for 15 days to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 variant of Omicron.

World - Region
12/22/2021 4:46:23 PM
The archbishop of Canterbury and the Anglican archbishop in Jerusalem warned of a concerted attempt by fringe, radical groups to drive Christians away from the Holy Land, which takes place against the "historic tragedy" of the Christian population's century-long decline.

World - International
12/21/2021 9:21:11 PM
U.S officials moved Tuesday to open public lands in portions of three western states to potential solar energy development, as part of the Biden administration's effort to counter climate change by shifting from fossil fuels.

World - International
12/21/2021 7:29:27 PM
Hundreds of indigenous people defied a state of siege on Tuesday and blocked a major road in Guatemala's west for the second successive day, demanding the government resolve a bloody century-old land dispute.

World - Region
12/6/2021 9:30:42 AM
Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in India on Monday for just his second overseas trip since the pandemic, seeking to bolster military and energy ties with a traditional ally being courted by Washington.

World - Region
12/2/2021 5:26:12 PM
Pope Francis arrived on the divided island of Cyprus on Thursday as part of a landmark trip to push two of his priorities: the plight of migrants and inter-confessional dialogue.

World - Region
11/30/2021 3:42:46 PM
A Frankfurt court on Tuesday handed a life sentence to an Iraqi man who joined the Islamic State group for genocide against the Yazidi minority, in the first verdict worldwide to use the label.

Egypt - Health
11/26/2021 5:18:59 PM
Egypt has raised the level of preparedness at quarantine departments at all land, air, and sea ports, the Ministry of Health announced on Friday, after a new coronavirus variant was recently detected in southern Africa.

World - Region
11/24/2021 1:29:28 PM
Israel's defense minister met with his Moroccan counterpart on Wednesday in Rabat as part of a landmark visit to formalize security cooperation between the two countries.

World - International
11/22/2021 5:06:02 PM
A day after Bulgarian President Rumen Radev secured his second term with a landslide victory in a runoff election, he drew criticism from the country's main NATO partner on Monday for his remarks about the status of the Crimean Peninsula.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
11/18/2021 10:02:00 AM
The government is raising the price of the wheat it buys from farmers by 13 per cent to encourage them to cultivate more land.

World - Region
11/17/2021 11:52:39 AM
Iraqi wheat farmer Khamis Ahmad Abbas lost it all when his battle with drought forced him to abandon his land, pushing him into unemployment.

World - Region
11/14/2021 3:17:32 PM
Israel has been using settler violence as a ``major informal tool'' to drive Palestinians from farming and pasture lands in the occupied West Bank, an Israeli rights group said Sunday.

World - Region
11/10/2021 4:06:37 PM
Syria overtook Afghanistan last year as the country with the highest number of recorded casualties from landmines and explosive remnants of war, a monitoring group said Wednesday.

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