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Business - Markets & Companies
12/30/2021 1:49:28 PM
Egypt plans to list shares of the three power plants it has built in partnership with Germany's Siemens on the stock exchange as the country seeks to launch more initial public offerings (IPOs) of state-affiliated companies, a cabinet statement said on Wednesday evening.

World - International
12/30/2021 10:33:23 AM
From the Mars Ingenuity helicopter's first powered flight on another world to the launch of the James Webb telescope that will peer into the earliest epoch of the Universe, 2021 was a huge year for humanity's space endeavors.

Egypt - Courts & Law
12/29/2021 11:15:00 PM
Egypt’s public prosecutor on Wednesday referred four defendants to criminal trial in the case known as 'the health ministry bribery case.'

World - Region
12/28/2021 8:18:50 PM
Italy's top diplomat Luigi Di Maio discussed clandestine migration with Tunisian President Kais Saied on Tuesday, in his first visit to the North African country since the president's July 25 power grab.

World - Region
12/28/2021 12:09:29 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Tuesday he is not opposed to a ``good'' nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, but voiced skepticism that such an outcome would emerge from the current negotiations.

Business - Energy
12/27/2021 4:15:00 PM
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi said on Monday that Egypt aims to join the ranks of developed states in the production of electric power and renewable energy as well as electricity linkage projects with neighboring countries.

World - Region
12/27/2021 2:34:18 PM
Turkey urged Russia on Monday to drop "one-sided" demands and adopt a more constructive approach in its standoff with Western powers and NATO over Ukraine.

Sports - World
12/26/2021 7:21:04 PM
Manchester City powered six points clear at the top of the Premier League after quashing Leicester's comeback bid in a pulsating 6-3 win on Sunday.

Egypt - Politics
12/26/2021 6:34:00 PM
A legislative amendment granting the Union of Syndicates of Acting, Cinema, and Musical Professions judicial powers to crack down on "substandard singers" and punish those who practice without a license was rejected by Egypt's House of Representatives on Sunday.

World - Africa
12/26/2021 11:45:56 AM
South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died Sunday at the age of 90, was the moral compass of his beloved "Rainbow Nation", never afraid to speak truth to power, whatever its creed or colour.

World - International
12/25/2021 4:55:11 PM
The world's largest and most powerful space telescope rocketed away Saturday on a high-stakes quest to behold light from the first stars and galaxies and scour the universe for hints of life.

World - Region
12/25/2021 3:02:08 PM
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas to disperse protesters in Khartoum on Saturday as demonstrators once again took to the streets in the country's capital and elsewhere to denounce the October military power grab.

World - Africa
12/25/2021 1:41:13 PM
Mali's government has denied any deployment of Russian mercenaries from the Wagner group following charges by a group of 15 Western powers involved in the fight against jihadists in the Sahel country.

World - International
12/25/2021 12:31:09 PM
Hundreds of thousands of people in the Philippines, Asia's largest Roman Catholic nation, marked Christmas on Saturday without homes, adequate food and water, electricity and cellphone connections after a powerful typhoon left at least 375 people dead last week and devastated mostly central island provinces.

World - Region
12/25/2021 11:10:06 AM
Sudan restricted internet ahead of planned mass protests Saturday against a military power grab, as security forces deployed across Khartoum blocking key bridges connecting the capital to the suburbs.

World - Region
12/24/2021 7:44:34 PM
Britain, France, Germany, Italy and the United States on Friday urged war-torn Libya to quickly set a new date for delayed presidential elections.

World - Region
12/23/2021 8:57:49 PM
Iraq's foreign minister on Thursday called for direct negotiations between Iran and the United States, Iranian media reported, a rare appeal just days before world powers are set to resume talks over the tattered nuclear accord in Vienna.

World - International
12/23/2021 8:56:57 PM
The United States is preparing for talks with Russia that could start within weeks, a senior official said Thursday, as Western powers accuse Moscow of continuing a major troop build-up on the border with Ukraine.

World - Region
12/23/2021 3:44:48 PM
Negotiators from Iran and five world powers that are trying to revive a tattered 2015 nuclear deal will resume talks in Vienna next week, the European Union said Thursday.

World - Region
12/22/2021 10:29:48 PM
The United States and Israel need a ``common strategy'' as world powers negotiate a new nuclear deal with Iran, the White House's national security adviser said Wednesday.

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