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Sports - Omni sports
5/11/2024 12:20:43 PM
Novak Djokovic insisted he was "fine" and ready to play Sunday after being hit on the head by a water bottle as he signed autographs following his second-round win at the Rome Open.

World - Africa
5/10/2024 5:15:07 PM
Abdi Hussein sat alone on a Kenyan road strewn with ramshackle tents bound with plastic strings and covered with tarpaulins, peering into the sea of rust-coloured flood water.

Egypt - Society
5/8/2024 10:31:31 PM
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi reviewed on Wednesday the necessary provision of facilities and services, especially in the electricity, water, and irrigation sectors, for the Future of Egypt project in the New Delta.

World - War in Sudan
5/1/2024 10:25:28 PM
As summer begins and temperatures rise, the suffering of the Sudanese people in the city of Nyala, South Darfur State, is worsening due to the acute shortage of water.

War on Gaza - War on Gaza
4/24/2024 3:44:14 PM
A ship near the strategic Bab el-Mandeb Strait saw an explosion in the distance Wednesday, marking what may be a new attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels through the crucial waterway for international trade.

World - International
4/24/2024 11:06:42 AM
Victims of severe floods in southern China raced on Wednesday to salvage property from the muddy waters, as authorities warned of more heavy rains to come.

World - Region
4/22/2024 9:52:10 AM
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is due Monday in neighbouring Iraq for his first state visit there in years, with water, oil and regional security issues expected to top the agenda.

World - International
4/22/2024 9:41:45 AM
North Korea fired multiple suspected short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters on Monday, South Korea's military said, the latest in a recent series of weapons launches by the North.

World - International
4/15/2024 4:04:51 PM
Russia warned Monday that icy waters would likely rise in flood-hit central regions of the country, as authorities announced new evacuations and rushed to contain damage caused by the deluge.

World - International
4/9/2024 5:58:21 PM
Water levels in overflowing rivers were still rising on Tuesday in swathes of Russia and Kazakhstan that have been hit by massive floods, with Russia's city of Orenburg and western Siberia bracing for a new peak.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
4/2/2024 4:11:51 PM
I would have thought the international media would pay some attention to the news about an important project Egypt has implemented in Rafah.

War on Gaza - War on Gaza
3/28/2024 11:25:00 PM
The top United Nations court on Thursday ordered Israel to take measures including opening more land crossings to allow food, water, fuel, and other supplies into Gaza to tackle crippling shortages in Gaza.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
3/28/2024 12:58:40 PM
Egypt’s Minister of Irrigation and Water Sources Hani Sewilam warned Ethiopia on Wednesday that any harm caused by the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) to Egypt will come at a cost.

Business - Economy
3/27/2024 9:46:10 PM
Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said said on Wednesday that priority in the FY 2024/2025 budget's development plan has been given to establishing and expanding water and food security projects.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
3/26/2024 9:19:56 PM
Egyptian student engineers were challenged to generate electricity from slow water streams, reports Mai Samih

Business - Economy
3/26/2024 8:28:00 PM
France and the European Union (EU) have signed 61.5 mln euro financing agreements to support the development of the Yellow River Water Treatment Plant project in Egypt, the Ministry of International Cooperation announced on Tuesday.

World - International
3/25/2024 3:16:55 PM
The Philippines lodged its “strongest protest” against Beijing on Monday and summoned a senior Chinese diplomat over a water cannon assault by the Chinese coast guard that injured Filipino navy crew members and heavily damaged their boat in the disputed South China Sea, officials said.

World - Africa
3/21/2024 12:41:07 PM
For two weeks, Tsholofelo Moloi has been among thousands of South Africans lining up for water as the country's largest city, Johannesburg, confronts an unprecedented collapse of its water system affecting millions of people.

War on Gaza - War on Gaza
3/20/2024 10:58:47 AM
Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s former White House adviser and his son-in-law, praised the “very valuable” potential of Gaza’s “waterfront property," suggesting that Israel should remove civilians while it “cleans up” the area.

World - International
3/18/2024 12:18:40 PM
North Korea fired multiple short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters Monday morning, its neighbors said, days after the end of the South Korean-U.S. military drills that the North views as an invasion rehearsal.

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