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World - International
5/22/2023 10:40:40 AM
A crushing victory in Greece's Sunday elections by the conservative New Democracy party of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will nevertheless lead to a new ballot in a month, as the winner fell short of a majority.

World - International
5/21/2023 10:05:38 PM
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis' conservative party is on course to win Sunday's election, exit polls show, but could be forced to call a new ballot in a month's time as it fell short of an outright majority to rule alone.

World - International
5/21/2023 4:23:31 PM
US President Joe Biden said Sunday that ties between Washington and Beijing should thaw 'very shortly', after the United States shot down a suspected Chinese spy balloon this year.

War in Sudan - War in Sudan
5/21/2023 1:53:42 PM
Egypt welcomed the signing of a one-week-long ceasefire between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Jeddah, hoping for its extension following its end.

Books - Reviews
5/19/2023 6:50:38 PM
On the eve of the announcement of the winning title of the International Prize for Arabic Fiction, novelist Miral Al-Tahawy talked to Ahram Online about her shortlisted Ayyam Al-Shams Al-Moshreqah (Days of the Shining Sun).

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
5/16/2023 11:00:16 PM
Nahed Nasr spoke to filmmaker Morad Mostafa, whose film is premiering this week at the Cannes Festival

Al-Ahram Weekly - Nakba remembered
5/14/2023 6:35:01 PM
Kanafani's short story "The Land of the Sad Oranges", collected in his Complete Works, Beirut, 1975

World - War in Ukraine
5/9/2023 10:59:23 AM
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday told his country's Victory Day parade on Moscow’s Red Square that “a real war” has been unleashed against Russia by the West's “untamed ambitions,” shortly after the Kremlin's forces rained cruise missiles on Ukrainian targets.

World - Region
5/8/2023 3:54:25 PM
More than a dozen people have been detained over violence against an opposition election rally in Turkey’s eastern city of Erzurum over the weekend, the country’s justice minister said Monday.

Arts & Culture - Screens
5/5/2023 4:25:18 PM
Mama, by Egyptian filmmaker Naji Ismail, won the Best Short Film Award at 13th Malmö Arab Film Festival.

World - International
4/27/2023 2:48:02 PM
Nurses in England and Wales were forced Thursday to cancel part of an upcoming strike after a High Court judge ruled it would be unlawful.

Arts & Culture - Screens
4/27/2023 10:24:37 AM
Egyptian short film El-Toraa (The Call of the Brook), directed by Jad Chahine, will be screened in the Cannes Film Festival's La Cinef section.

Egypt - Tourism
4/23/2023 5:55:31 PM
All passengers and crew aboard an Wizz Air flight were safe after their flight, which was en route to London, was forced make an emergency landing at Hurghada International Airport (HRG) shortly after takeoff due to a false fire alarm on board the aircraft late on Saturday.

Sports - World
4/21/2023 11:23:08 PM
Arsenal dropped points for the third game in a row after having to come from two goals down to draw with last-placed Southampton 3-3, falling just short of another remarkable comeback in the English Premier League on Friday.

Arts & Culture - Screens
4/19/2023 6:20:54 PM
I Promise You Paradise, or Eissa, the new short film by Egyptian award-winning director Morad Mostafa will premiere and compete at the upcoming 76th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival in May 2023.

World - Region
4/17/2023 9:34:00 PM
Fighting between the army and paramilitaries in Sudan has killed around 200 people and wounded 1,800, left hospitals damaged and medical supplies and food in short supply Monday after three days of urban warfare.

World - International
4/10/2023 10:03:14 AM
King Charles III plans to take a shortcut and smoother ride to Westminster Abbey for his coronation, trimming the procession route his mother took in 1953 as he aims for a more modest event that will include some modern touches, Buckingham Palace said Sunday.

World - Africa
4/5/2023 4:03:00 PM
The South African government on Wednesday lifted a National State of Disaster, a legal move introduced in February to fast-track efforts to tackle a crippling electricity shortage.

World - War in Ukraine
4/4/2023 7:23:34 PM
While Finland Tuesday became a full NATO member, Sweden's membership bid remains blocked, an "embarrassing" delay if short-lived but which could make Sweden more vulnerable and create problems within NATO if it drags on, experts told AFP.

Business - Economy
3/29/2023 11:57:11 AM
An apprenticeship at a steelmaker brought Steven Maillot from the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean to Eisenhuettenstadt in Germany, a stone's throw from the Polish border.

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