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World - Region
8/17/2023 8:25:15 PM
A civilian cargo vessel sailing from Ukraine reached Turkish waters on Thursday in defiance of a Moscow blockade that saw another ship come under attack from Russian military personnel.

World - Region
8/17/2023 12:15:07 PM
Across the dusty villages of the occupied West Bank, where Israeli water pipes don’t reach, date palms have been left to die.

Egypt - Politics
8/16/2023 10:46:17 PM
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi asserted on Wednesday in a public meeting with residents of Matrouh governorate that Egypt will overcome the ongoing financial crisis through tireless work, and sound planning and management.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
8/16/2023 7:27:46 PM
Egypt has drawn up a plan to modernize its river transport network in ordert to reduce road congestion, lower fuel consumption by 64 percent, and decrease accidents by using waterways to transport passengers and goods.

Egypt - Health
8/16/2023 7:00:08 PM
Egypt and China signed a deal to collaborate on developing drought and salt-tolerant crops to overcome water scarcity and salinity in Egypt as the country confronts the major impacts of climate change.

Business - Energy
8/16/2023 1:51:15 PM
An offshore drilling rig arrived at its location in the Mediterranean Sea off Lebanon’s coast and will start operations in the coming weeks to search for gas, Lebanese Cabinet ministers said Wednesday.

World - Region
8/14/2023 10:32:36 AM
Iraqi merchant Mohamed has never seen such a grim tourist season: years of drought have shrunken the majestic Lake Habbaniyah, keeping away the holidaymakers who once flocked there during summer.

World - Region
8/12/2023 8:34:28 PM
Western-backed maritime forces in the Middle East on Saturday warned shippers traveling through the strategic Strait of Hormuz to stay as far away from Iranian territorial waters as possible to avoid being seized, a stark advisory amid heightened tensions between Iran and the U.S.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
8/11/2023 12:15:00 PM
Despite regional realignment, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia are squaring off over gas and territory at the northern tip of the Arabian Gulf.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
8/9/2023 9:05:00 PM
On the eighth anniversary of the opening of the New Suez Canal, the international waterway is realising record earnings.

World - Region
8/7/2023 10:14:03 AM
Iraqi villager Omar Ziad gazes at the cracked and barren earth where his fish farm once stood, lost to water conservation efforts during a devastating four-year drought.

World - International
8/6/2023 10:26:52 AM
The Philippines condemned the China Coast Guard Sunday for allegedly firing water cannon at its vessels in the disputed South China Sea, describing the actions as "illegal" and "dangerous".

World - International
8/5/2023 11:30:07 AM
Tourists at a seaside hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes snatched up pails of pool water and damp towels as flames approached, rushing to help staffers and locals extinguish one of the wildfires threatening Mediterranean locales during recent heat waves.

Sports - Omni sports
8/4/2023 5:37:09 PM
Heavy rains have set back plans to test Paris’ readiness for swimmers to race in the River Seine at next year’s Summer Olympics but Games organizers say the waterway will be better prepared in 2024.

World - Africa
8/2/2023 7:34:28 PM
Twenty people died when a boat capsized in Ugandan waters on Lake Victoria on Wednesday morning, police said as rescuers and local residents searched for survivors.

World - International
7/31/2023 10:34:29 AM
The Australian army helicopter that crashed Friday during a multinational exercise hit the water with a “catastrophic impact” and there is no chance its four crew members survived, officials said Monday.

World - International
7/30/2023 11:17:43 AM
China accused the United States of turning Taiwan into an “ammunition depot” after the White House announced a $345 million military aid package for Taipei, and the self-ruled island said Sunday it tracked six Chinese navy ships in waters off its shores.

World - Region
7/27/2023 1:08:11 PM
From Tunisia to Morocco, sun-baked North Africa has embarked on a building spree of plants that purify sea and wastewater as climate change intensifies droughts in the water-scarce region.

Multimedia -
7/26/2023 6:35:00 PM
The 1869 inauguration of the canal linking the Red Sea to the Mediterranean was hailed as a leap into the modern age. President Gamal Abdel-Nasser’s nationalization of the British and French-run waterway in 1956 is seen as marking Egypt’s decisive break with its colonial past.

World - International
7/25/2023 6:10:55 PM
A Greek air force's water-dropping plane crashed while diving into a wildfire in southern Greece on Tuesday, with both pilots feared dead, as authorities battled blazes that have been raging for days across the country amid a return of heat wave temperatures.

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