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World - War in Ukraine
6/16/2023 1:23:33 PM
The Czech president's office on Friday watered down his claim that Russians living in the West should be monitored, likening them to Japanese Americans who were interned in the United States during World War II.

World - Region
6/15/2023 6:16:01 PM
In an interview with Ahram Hebdo, Abdul-Hakim Elwaer, Assistant Director General UN FAO Near East and North Africa, says hunger and malnutrition are pressing issues in Arab countries, stressing net-food importing countries, such as Egypt, should increase sustainable agricultural production to reduce heavy reliance on imports.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Entre nous
6/14/2023 8:41:15 PM
Though swimming can be lots of fun, pools can cause issues for your child’s hair. Submerging the hair in water for long periods of time can strip moisture out of the hair and cause plenty of tangles.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
6/14/2023 12:43:12 PM
Egypt is committed to meeting the needs of its neighbouring countries in the Nile Basin, especially South Sudan, said Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Hani Sewilam.

World - War in Ukraine
6/11/2023 10:20:33 AM
The destruction of the Kakhovka Dam was a fast-moving disaster that is swiftly evolving into a long-term environmental catastrophe affecting drinking water, food supplies and ecosystems reaching into the Black Sea.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
6/10/2023 9:07:00 AM
Iran is testing the water of the region’s security architecture with a proposed new naval alliance with the Gulf states.

Egypt - Politics
6/9/2023 7:13:43 PM
The state affirms confidence in incumbent head of the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate Tarek El-Nabarawy, Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources and engineer Hani Sewilam said Thursday, after a no-confidence motion to remove the syndicate head from office late in May ended in violence.

Business - Economy
6/8/2023 7:14:02 PM
The Board of Directors of the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCZone) has approved a series of projects, with international partners, in the fields of manufacturing, green hydrogen, and water desalination, according to a statement on Thursday.

World - War in Ukraine
6/7/2023 6:58:01 PM
Authorities on Wednesday rushed supplies of drinking water to flooded areas from a collapsed dam in southern Ukraine as officials weighed where they might have to resettle thousands of residents who relied on the breached reservoir on the Dnieper River that forms part of the front line in the 15-month war.

World - International
6/7/2023 6:56:45 PM
Greek officials have launched a series of high-level contacts with the newly elected government in Turkey in an effort to counter a surge in attempted crossings by migrants over a river that divides the two countries.

World - War in Ukraine
6/7/2023 11:39:56 AM
Ukraine was evacuating thousands of people Wednesday after an attack on a major Russian-held dam unleashed a torrent of water, inundating two dozen villages and sparking fears of a humanitarian disaster.

World - War in Ukraine
6/6/2023 3:14:01 PM
The Kremlin on Tuesday said an attack on a major dam in Moscow-occupied southern Ukraine was "deliberate sabotage" by Kyiv, which wanted to cut off Russian-occupied Crimea from water.

World - War in Ukraine
6/6/2023 2:29:28 PM
The UN's nuclear watchdog said on Tuesday that it saw "no immediate nuclear safety risk" but was exploring options to get water to keep cooling Europe's biggest atomic plant after a dam in southern Ukraine was damaged.

Egypt - Urban & Transport
6/2/2023 5:21:11 PM
Development partners for Cairo Water Week (CWW) announced on Thursday that this year’s edition will take place from 29 October to 2 November.

Business - Economy
6/1/2023 3:10:25 PM
Egypt's Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources has signed three agreements with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on water consumption rationalization projects financed by the Netherlands and Japan, read a cabinet statement on Thursday.

World - International
5/31/2023 9:05:15 PM
Deadly floods that left large swathes of northeast Italy under water this month were caused by a "one-in-200-year" weather event, with climate change playing a limited role, experts said Wednesday.

World - Region
5/31/2023 2:18:51 PM
The United Arab Emirates has withdrawn from a US-led maritime coalition tasked with securing tense Gulf waterways that are vital to the global oil trade, it said Wednesday.

World - International
5/31/2023 12:22:36 PM
North Korea's attempt to launch its first military reconnaissance satellite ended in failure Wednesday, with the rocket and its payload crashing into waters west of South Korea.

Egypt - Society
5/30/2023 2:30:07 PM
Climate change and water scarcity pose challenges to achieving food security and meeting water needs in Egypt, according to Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Hani Sewilam.

Business - Economy
5/29/2023 5:23:21 PM
Egypt is formulating its National Strategy for the Blue Economy to maximize the management of marine natural resources and achieve sustainable development, Egypt's Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources Hany Sewilam said on Monday.

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