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World - International
9/4/2022 3:44:49 PM
Greece has blocked over 150,000 undocumented migrants on its land and maritime border so far this year, the migration minister said Sunday.

Egypt - Defence
8/31/2022 10:02:36 PM
The Egyptian Armed Forces have cleared 25 million landmines, explosive objects, and ammunition from the country’s Western Desert in recent years, Armed Forces spokesman Gharib Abdel-Hafez said in a statement on Wednesday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
8/31/2022 9:30:26 PM
The recent discovery of a major new natural gas field off the coast of Cyprus underlines Egypt’s role as the natural intermediary for the export of gas in the region.

World - International
8/30/2022 3:49:05 PM
China's ruling Communist Party will begin its 20th Party Congress on October 16 in Beijing, state media reported Tuesday, a landmark meeting at which Xi Jinping is expected to be reinstated as president for an unprecedented third term.

Sports - Africa
8/30/2022 2:33:04 PM
Guinea's military has vowed to free up funds and has given fast-track access to land for the country's staging of the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations.

World - Region
8/30/2022 11:21:04 AM
Iran closed its land borders to Iraq as flights to the country halted Tuesday amid violence in Baghdad following an influential Shia cleric's announcement he would resign from politics.

War in Ukraine - Military
8/25/2022 7:07:37 PM
Ukrainians are once again anxious about the fate of a nuclear power plant in a land that was home to the world's worst atomic accident in 1986 at Chernobyl _ and alarm only increased Thursday when the plant operator said the facility has been cut off from the electrical grid.

Business - Economy
8/24/2022 12:49:24 PM
Egypt's Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation did not receive official rejection of its exported agricultural shipments from the Libyan authorities, the ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.

World - Region
8/23/2022 9:12:21 PM
Greece will gradually extend a fence along its land border with Turkey and increase surveillance measures following an increase in illegal immigration from its eastern neighbor, the Greek government said Tuesday.

World - Region
8/22/2022 11:01:13 AM
Two bodies were recovered on Monday from a shrine in Iraq's Karbala province after a landslide caused it to partially collapse, bringing the overall toll to seven dead, rescue services said.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
8/21/2022 8:01:29 PM
Egypt has extended condolences to Iraq and the families of the victims of a landslide that hit a shrine in the central city of Karbala on Saturday, killing and injuring a number of people.

World - Region
8/21/2022 12:53:25 PM
Iraqi rescue workers were Sunday battling to free at least six pilgrims trapped under rubble after a landslide hit a Shia Muslim shrine in the central province of Karbala.

World - International
8/21/2022 12:12:19 PM
At least 40 people have died and others are missing in flash floods triggered by intense monsoon rains in northern India over the past three days, officials said Sunday.

World - International
8/19/2022 4:22:46 PM
A major wildfire in eastern Spain that has destroyed vast swathes of land flared up again Friday despite heavy rainfall, threatening to spread to a nearby natural park, officials said.

World - Africa
8/18/2022 11:17:20 AM
An exiled rebel leader returned to Chad Thursday, according to an AFP journalist, days before the start of landmark peace talks aimed at paving the way for democratic elections after 18 months of military rule.

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.

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