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World - War in Ukraine
4/27/2023 2:51:15 PM
Finland's conservative leader Petteri Orpo, who won the country's April general election, on Thursday said he plans to form a coalition government that includes the far-right runner-up Finns Party.

Sports - World
4/27/2023 1:03:21 PM
Napoli fans are counting down the days until their team finally ends a three-decade Serie A title drought and takes the crown back down south after decades of dominance from the big clubs of the country's richer north.

World - Region
4/27/2023 12:28:24 PM
Millions of Turkish citizens living abroad began voting Thursday in national elections that will decide whether President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can govern Turkey for another term.

War in Sudan - War in Sudan
4/27/2023 12:05:11 PM
The Ministry of Transportation announced on Wednesday that between 21 April and 25 April, a significant number of individuals from various nationalities, totaling 10,194, entered Egypt through the Egyptian-Sudanese border crossings.

World - International
4/27/2023 11:35:22 AM
At least seven people were killed after a car on a moving passenger train caught fire overnight in southern Pakistan, officials said Thursday.

Sports - World
4/27/2023 11:24:07 AM
The Premier League title is now Manchester City's to lose after a 4-1 rout of Arsenal on Wednesday.

World - Region
4/27/2023 10:14:13 AM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial has resumed after a month-long break, refocusing the spotlight on the long-serving leader's legal woes after a wave of protests over his government's plan to overhaul the country's judiciary.

World - Region
4/27/2023 9:26:04 AM
A young man wearing a baseball cap emblazoned with “Dior," women clutching babies wrapped in blankets, children bundled in winter coats. All gingerly stepped from rickety boats into the sturdy craft of the Tunisian Maritime National Guard — and away from their dreams of life in Europe.

War in Sudan - War in Sudan
4/27/2023 9:24:11 AM
Warring factions trying to seize control of the east African nation of Sudan have plunged the country into chaos, and thousands are fleeing the capital of Khartoum and nearby battle zones. Some countries, including the U.S., have shuttered their embassies and many are coordinating daring evacuations of their staffs and other residents in an array of convoys, flights and frantic getaway drives.

Sports - World
4/26/2023 11:28:14 PM
Inter Milan maintained its push for a trio of trophies as it beat Juventus 1-0 on Wednesday to reach its second straight Italian Cup final.

Sports - World
4/26/2023 11:07:23 PM
Liverpool is not giving up on a top-four finish in the Premier League, however unlikely it seems.

Arts & Culture - Music
4/26/2023 10:08:20 PM
Ahram Online highlights a selection of do-not-miss events this week (26 April - 2 May) in Cairo

World - Region
4/26/2023 10:08:00 PM
Sudanese families were massing Wednesday at a border crossing with Egypt and at a main port, desperately trying to escape their country's violence and sometimes waiting for days with little food or shelter, witnesses said.

World - Region
4/26/2023 9:06:17 PM
Leila Oulkebous' research for her doctorate from one of France's top universities was going well when the explosions started.

Sports - Egyptian Football
4/26/2023 6:48:31 PM
Mahmoud El-Bana, an Egyptian international referee, has been chosen by the referees committee of the Egyptian Football Association to officiate the 2021-2022 Egypt's Super Cup final.

Arts & Culture - Music
4/26/2023 6:36:03 PM

Egypt - Urban & Transport
4/26/2023 4:10:23 PM
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi has approved a simplified loan agreement from the French Development Agency (AFD) to the tune of €250 million to construct the Abu Qir metro project in Alexandria, read an Official Gazette statement on Wednesday.

Arts & Culture - Screens
4/26/2023 3:22:12 PM

Business - Tech
4/26/2023 3:02:57 PM
British regulators on Wednesday blocked Microsoft’s $69 billion purchase of video game maker Activision Blizzard, thwarting the biggest tech deal in history over worries that it would stifle competition in the fast-growing cloud gaming market.

World - Region
4/26/2023 3:00:53 PM
​Sudan's Interior Ministry accused on Wednesday the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) of storming five prisons and releasing inmates from 21 to 24 April. The ministry added in a statement that the RSF stormed Kober Prison, resulting in the deaths and injuries of several prison administration employees, and released all inmates from the prison.

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