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World - Region
5/27/2023 3:28:13 PM
The Taliban and Iran reportedly exchanged gunfire Saturday on the Islamic Republic's border with Afghanistan, an advocacy group said, as tensions rise over water rights between the two nations.

Arts & Culture - Music
5/27/2023 2:42:30 PM
Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters on Saturday slammed the controversy that erupted after he donned a Nazi-style uniform at a Berlin concert as politically motivated.

War in Ukraine - Military
5/24/2023 7:00:34 PM
Russia said Wednesday it had fended off a Ukrainian attack on one of its warships in Turkish waters with unmanned vessels, the latest attempted sabotage attack Moscow has blamed on Kyiv.

Business - Economy
5/24/2023 3:03:54 PM
The African Development Bank (AfDB) announced that it has mobilized $2.2 billion to fund Egypt's water desalination and treatment projects for agriculture, the bank's President Akinwumi Adesina announced on Tuesday.

World - Africa
5/23/2023 5:19:50 PM
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Monday that children in the Horn of Africa face an unprecedented crisis that includes hunger, displacement, water shortages, and insecurity.

Business - Markets & Companies
5/22/2023 7:45:51 PM
Egypt’s Minister of Trade and Industry Ahmed Samir inaugurated on Monday the first phase of a water pump factory established by Xylem, a US water technology provider, worth an estimated EGP 300 million ($9.7 million).

World - Region
5/21/2023 7:42:20 PM
Iran said on Sunday it is capable of ensuring the safety of the vital Gulf waters in cooperation with neighbouring countries, following maritime tensions with the United States.

World - International
5/20/2023 9:59:24 PM
More than 36,000 people have now been forced from their homes by deadly floods in northeast Italy, regional officials said Saturday, as rising waters swallowed more houses and fresh landslides isolated hamlets.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
5/20/2023 1:17:01 PM
Arab leaders at the 32nd Arab Summit held in Jeddah on Friday called on Ethiopia to refrain from the unilateral filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), which would harm the water interests of Egypt and Sudan.

World - Region
5/19/2023 6:21:43 PM
The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized two oil tankers.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Entre nous
5/16/2023 10:44:18 PM
When temperatures soar, you can use products in creative ways to keep things intact. Water-based, waterproof, and powder make-up items are better during summer

Business - Economy
5/9/2023 3:33:49 PM
The Egyptian government will be accepting official bids for purchasing stakes in the military-affiliated National Company for Producing and Bottling Water (Safi) and Wataniya Petroleum Company in May, according to a statement by Cabinet Spokesperson Nader Saad on Monday.

Business - Energy
5/2/2023 9:09:16 PM
French firm TotalEnergies has signed a contract to begin drilling and exploring for gas this year in waters off crisis-hit Lebanon, the company said in a statement Tuesday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Features
5/2/2023 8:00:57 PM
Attention has shifted from forestry towards alternatives that require less water while also helping to preserve the environment, reports Khaled El-Ghamry

Business - Economy
5/1/2023 1:06:21 PM
The Sovereign Fund of Egypt (TSFE) has prequalified 17 consortiums to bid for the development of water desalination projects run by renewable energy in different locations in the first phase of Egypt's water desalination programme, TSFE announced on Monday.

Egypt - Society
4/29/2023 9:35:27 PM
Egypt’s Minister of Social Solidarity, Nevine El-Qabbaj, ordered on Saturday the disbursement of monthly aid worth EGP 1,000 to 70 families of fishermen suspended in Saudi Arabia for allegedly trespassing on territorial fishing waters.

World - International
4/22/2023 1:03:47 PM
The Philippines' top diplomat has expressed his concern to Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang over escalating tensions in waters around Taiwan, Manila said on Saturday.

World - Region
4/20/2023 9:47:24 PM
The United Nations said Thursday up to 20,000 people had fled escalating violence in Sudan to seek safety in Chad, many of whom lacked basic needs such as food, water and shelter.

World - Region
4/19/2023 2:03:39 PM
The U.S. Navy sailed its first drone boat through the strategic Strait of Hormuz on Wednesday, a crucial waterway for global energy supplies where American sailors often faces tense encounters with Iranian forces.

Egypt - Society
4/6/2023 9:32:10 PM
The charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) rescued on Tuesday 440 irregular migrants from a fishing boat drifting in the international waters near Malta.

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