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World - International
1/11/2022 11:08:07 AM
David Sassoli, the Italian journalist who worked his way up in politics while defending the downtrodden and repressed to become president of the European Union's parliament, died at a hospital in Italy early Tuesday, his spokesperson said.

World - International
1/10/2022 4:44:52 PM
Chicago school leaders canceled class a fourth day in the nation's third-largest district as negotiations with the teachers' union over remote learning and other COVID-19 safety protocols failed to produce an agreement over the weekend.

World - Africa
1/9/2022 12:09:31 PM
Africa has registered a total of more than 10 million coronavirus cases, according to figures from the African Union's health watchdog seen by AFP on Sunday.

World - Africa
1/7/2022 9:37:42 PM
Ethiopia's government on Friday announced an amnesty for some of the country's most high-profile political detainees, including opposition figure Jawar Mohammed and senior Tigray party officials, as Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed spoke of reconciliation for Orthodox Christmas.

World - International
1/6/2022 8:17:57 PM
Thousands of Chicago students remained out of school for a second straight day Thursday after leaders of the nation's third-largest school district failed to resolve a deepening clash with the influential teachers union over COVID-19 safety protocols.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
1/4/2022 7:38:11 PM
Challenges are arising and troubles brewing outside the beautiful walled garden of the European Union, forcing the Europeans to make some difficult decisions, writes Tarek Osman

World - International
1/3/2022 3:15:23 PM
The German government said Monday that it considers nuclear energy dangerous and objects to European Union proposals that would let the technology remain part of the bloc's plans for a climate-friendly future.

World - International
1/1/2022 11:56:08 AM
France takes over the rotating presidency of the European Union on Saturday, affording President Emmanuel Macron the chance to pose as the EU's de facto leader in the run-up to national elections in April.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
12/31/2021 4:23:00 PM
As the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam continues to pose a threat to water security, Egypt is working to optimise its resources.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
12/28/2021 9:53:26 PM
African Union (AU) Commissioner for Political Affairs, Peace and Security Ambassador Bankole Adeoye discussed with Director General of Cairo International Center for Conflict Resolution, Peacekeeping and Peace building (CCCPA) Ambassador Ahmed Abdel-Latif in Cairo on Thursday ways to strengthen cooperation between the AU and CCCPA.

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.

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.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
12/23/2021 4:29:44 PM
The African Union’s (AU) Peace and Security Council (PSC) pledged support to Egypt, the host of the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) next November, to “advance African priorities and reach concrete actions on global climate change.”

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 - International
12/23/2021 10:27:59 AM
Bosnian officials and religious leaders on Wednesday denounced suggestions voiced by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his spokesman that the integration of Bosnia into the European Union will be challenging because of its large Muslim population.

World - International
12/22/2021 10:41:59 PM
Greek authorities ramped up a major sea-and-air search and rescue operation in the Aegean Sea on Wednesday after a migrant smuggling vessel sank, leaving at least three people dead and dozens reported missing.

World - International
12/22/2021 4:33:08 PM
The EU announced on Wednesday it is launching legal action against Poland for ignoring European Union law and undermining the independence of its national judiciary.

World - International
12/21/2021 6:09:54 PM
The World Health Organization on Tuesday approved a Covid vaccine made by US pharma giant Novavax for emergency use, after the European Union medicines regulator gave it the green light.

World - International
12/19/2021 9:33:38 PM
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday announced the appointment of Britain's foreign secretary to become the country's lead negotiator with the European Union, after long-time ally David Frost resigned after a week political upheaval in the Conservative Party.

World - International
12/19/2021 3:04:36 PM
Azerbaijan said Sunday it had freed 10 more Armenian soldiers captured last month during fighting between the Caucasus arch foes.

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