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COP27 - Climate change
11/17/2022 4:49:36 PM
Israel and Jordan signed a declaration of intent on Thursday at the U.N. climate conference to conserve and protect their shared Jordan River - a sacred waterway nearly running dry because of climate change, pollution and other threats.

COP27 - Climate change
11/14/2022 11:18:53 AM
Letoyie Leroshi walked for five days hunting water. After three years of drought in Samburu County, Kenya, the riverbeds were bone-dry.

World - War in Ukraine
11/11/2022 1:32:05 PM
The Russian Defense Ministry says it has finished pulling out its troops from the western bank of the Dnieper River in Ukraine's southern Kherson region.

COP27 - Climate change
11/10/2022 1:12:47 PM
Where the mother of all rivers meets the Atlantic Ocean in coastal Brazil, it's not a single channel, instead, it braids around 230 kilometres (142 miles) of islands including the Bailique Archipelago.

World - War in Ukraine
11/10/2022 12:54:49 PM
Russia ordered its troops to abandon the Dnipro river's west bank only hours after Yevgen Gamiy had another lucky escape from an incoming fire on its east.

COP27 - Climate change
11/9/2022 10:51:34 AM
Fish, rice, mangrove trees and the lush delta wetlands where the massive Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna rivers drain into the Bay of Bengal.

Sports - Africa
11/3/2022 12:05:29 AM
Nigerian football supporters had two reasons to celebrate on Wednesday as Rivers United and Plateau United scored nine goals between them in CAF Confederation Cup play-off triumphs.

Al-Ahram Weekly - COP27
11/1/2022 9:52:26 PM
Mahmoud Bakr reports on a 10-day boat ride on the River Nile taken by young Arabs to promote awareness against climate change

World - International
10/31/2022 10:49:04 AM
At least 132 people died in India when a colonial-era pedestrian bridge packed with revellers collapsed into the river below, police said Monday.

World - International
10/30/2022 9:16:43 PM
At least 60 people died and many are feared injured after a cable bridge over a river in the western Indian state of Gujarat collapsed Sunday evening, throwing hundreds of people in the water, officials said.

COP27 - Climate change
10/28/2022 2:52:39 PM
One of Africa's most prominent and fastest-growing cities has imposed water restrictions as officials blame dry weather and dropping river levels.

Egypt - Politics
10/26/2022 8:17:14 PM
Egypt's parliament – the House of Representatives – approved a bill on Wednesday that allows private investments, local and foreign, in the river transport sector.

Sports - Omni sports
10/25/2022 7:19:53 PM
Paris expects a crowd of 600,000 at the 2024 summer Olympics' opening ceremony which is to take place on the river Seine, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said Tuesday.

World - International
10/19/2022 3:55:13 PM
Russian forces launched mass evacuations of civilians Wednesday from one of the first major cities they seized in the invasion of Ukraine, a tacit acknowledgement that yet another stinging battlefield defeat may be unfolding for President Vladimir Putin.

World - Region
10/16/2022 8:35:25 PM
Ninety-two migrants were found almost naked and bruised after allegedly being forced across the Evros river from Turkey into Greece, Athens said Sunday.

World - Africa
10/11/2022 9:05:16 PM
The United Nations said Tuesday that renewed clashes between armed tribal militias in South Sudan's Upper Nile State have displaced 8,000 civilians.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
10/7/2022 4:00:10 PM
The Egyptian consortium made of Arab Contractors and El-Sewedy Electric finished the construction of the main body of Julius Nyere Dam Rufiji River in Tanzania, Egypt’s Ministry of Housing announced in a report that the cabinet shared on Friday.

Egypt - Society
9/28/2022 9:15:55 PM
Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) announced on Wednesday the launch of the second edition of the ‘Rowing the Nile Challenge’ initiative from Upper Egypt's Aswan city to the Damietta city of Ras El-Bar in efforts to raise awareness on multiple environmental and socio-economic issues.

World - International
9/20/2022 4:19:42 PM
After two years of virtual and hybrid summits, the world's leaders are reconvening on the river's edge in New York this week at the U.N. General Assembly, an exercise in multilateralism born from the hope for lasting peace that followed World War II.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
9/16/2022 7:51:26 PM
Two people – a nine-year-old boy and a 55-year-old man – are missing after a ferry accident on the Nile River caused several people to fall in the river Friday, the Beni Suef governorate announced.

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