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World - Region
9/16/2023 8:54:04 PM
Two dams that burst in a hurricane-strength storm, unleashing a wall of water that killed thousands in the Libyan port of Derna, had been cracked since 1998, an official said.

World - International
9/14/2023 7:29:15 PM
Survivors of a deadly migrant shipwreck in southern Greece three months ago are suing authorities for failing to intervene to rescue passengers before their vessel capsized in international waters, their lawyers said Thursday.

World - Region
9/14/2023 1:10:00 PM
The wall of water several stories high smashed into apartment buildings, drowning entire families in minutes.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
9/11/2023 6:56:11 PM
Abass Sharaky, professor of geology and water resources at Cairo University, reiterated the importance of reaching an agreement on the disputed Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) even if the filling process is completed.

World - Region
9/10/2023 5:33:48 PM
An aftershock rattled Moroccans on Sunday as they prayed for victims of the nation’s strongest earthquake in more than a century and toiled to rescue survivors while soldiers and workers brought water and supplies to desperate mountain villages in ruins.

World - Region
9/10/2023 12:59:01 PM
Morocco worked Sunday to rescue survivors and prayed for victims of the country’s strongest earthquake in more than a century, while soldiers and aid workers brought water and supplies to mountain villages in ruins. More than 2,000 people are dead — a number that is expected to rise.

World - International
9/8/2023 3:01:29 PM
Japan’s prime minister said that China’s blanket ban on Japanese seafood in reaction to the release of treated radioactive water from a tsunami-ravaged nuclear power plant contrasts starkly with broad understanding shown by many other members of the international community.

World - Region
9/5/2023 1:43:37 PM
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman revealed on Monday that his country is establishing a Global Water Organization to address global water supply challenges and secure water sustainability.

World - International
8/29/2023 2:39:19 PM
At a small section of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant’s central control room, the treated water transfer switch is on.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
8/28/2023 11:20:17 PM
Egypt did not see any material change in Ethiopia's stance on major points of contention in the dispute over the filling and operation of the GERD during the trilateral talks that were held in Cairo on 27-28 August, according to a statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources on Monday.

World - International
8/27/2023 2:12:49 PM
More than 600 firefighters, including reinforcements from several European countries, backed by a fleet of water-dropping planes and helicopters were battling three persistent major wildfires in Greece Sunday, two of which have been raging for days.

World - International
8/24/2023 11:39:22 AM
Japan began releasing wastewater from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean on Thursday, prompting a furious China to ban all seafood imports from its neighbour.

Antiquities - Museums
8/23/2023 8:29:01 PM
Under the title "The Nile is the Lifeline", the Prince Mohamed Ali Palace Museum in Manial presents a temporary archaeological exhibition on water, in celebration of Inundation Day, which falls on 15 August each year.

World - Region
8/23/2023 10:10:49 AM
At least two civilians were killed when Russian air strikes hit an abandoned water pumping station in Syria's rebel-held northwest, rescuers said Wednesday, amid a recent uptick in attacks by Damascus ally Moscow.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Entre nous
8/22/2023 7:47:48 PM
Beyond its weight-management advantages, other benefits of detox water include increasing energy levels, improved mood and immunity, and better digestive health

World - International
8/22/2023 11:58:22 AM
Japan will release water from the stricken Fukushima power plant into the Pacific Ocean from Thursday, 12 years after one of the world's worst nuclear disasters.

World - War in Ukraine
8/22/2023 9:33:02 AM
Moscow said Tuesday it had destroyed a Ukrainian military "reconnaissance boat" near Russian gas infrastructure in the Black Sea, in the latest clash in the waterway since Moscow's withdrawal from a major grain export deal.

World - International
8/21/2023 11:02:39 AM
Japanese government officials sought understanding from fisheries groups Monday for the impending release of treated radioactive wastewater from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea and pledged to support their livelihoods throughout the process that will take decades.

World - War in Ukraine
8/18/2023 5:51:27 PM
Russian forces destroyed Ukrainian drones targeting Moscow and its Black Sea Fleet, officials said Friday, the latest in a surge of attacks on the capital and the flashpoint waterway.

Business - Tech
8/18/2023 2:42:49 PM
China put into force this week its newest regulations on artificial intelligence-generated content, a watered-downed version of stricter draft rules that seek to keep the country in the AI race while maintaining firm censorship on online content.

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