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Egypt - Urban & Transport
6/5/2024 5:17:12 PM
EgyptAir will resume its flights to Abidjan starting 9 July, operating three flights weekly to the Ivorian city on Fridays, Sundays, and Tuesdays.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
5/29/2024 10:29:00 PM
There have been widespread concerns regarding the potential side effects of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine, with reports suggesting that these could lead to serious health conditions or even death.

Life & Style - Health
5/2/2024 1:49:24 PM
The EU's drug watchdog urged that anti-Covid jabs be updated before another round of vaccinations to counter a new variant of the virus, which is still claiming thousands of lives.

Egypt - Health
4/30/2024 2:44:01 PM
Egyptian health authorities have reassured citizens about the safety and effectiveness of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine after the UK pharmaceutical giant admitted rare blood clot risks associated with its usage.

World - International
4/30/2024 12:31:52 PM
The first scientist to publish a sequence of the COVID-19 virus in China was staging a sit-in protest after authorities locked him out of his lab.

Sports - Omni sports
4/26/2024 11:09:10 AM
Two athletes sharing Olympic gold in a near-empty stadium in Tokyo caught the imagination of an expectant audience across the world, which was at the time ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Opinion -
4/18/2024 7:56:23 PM
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the developing world has faced growing public-sector debt vulnerabilities.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Living
4/16/2024 8:56:58 PM
Nader Habib talks to cyclist Amr Selim about what he has learned on his bicycle trips around Egypt and the region

Business - Economy
3/14/2024 11:16:05 AM
Many countries are bouncing back from the COVID-19 pandemic, but the poorest are not and a significant number are seeing their conditions deteriorate, the U.N. Development Program said late Wednesday.

Life & Style - Health
3/12/2024 11:54:57 AM
A German man who deliberately got vaccinated for Covid-19 a whopping 217 times did not report any side effects from his many jabs, according to researchers studying possibly the "most vaccinated person in history."

Life & Style - Health
1/22/2024 12:37:04 PM
Winter is here, inflicting its usual array of symptoms — coughs, nasal congestion, fatigue and fever — and, this year, a new COVID-19 variant is dominating the scoreboard.

Life & Style - Health
1/20/2024 11:48:02 AM
Without COVID-19 vaccines, the cumulative death toll in Europe would have been around 4 million, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
1/2/2024 8:31:52 PM
A new Covid-19 variant has been detected in Egypt, reports Reem Leila

Business - Economy
12/31/2023 2:07:47 PM
The Egyptian government is set to continue improving wage levels in 2024 to alleviate the financial burdens faced by citizens since the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and amid subsequent geopolitical tensions, Minister of Finance Mohamed Maait said on Sunday.

Egypt - Health
12/28/2023 2:11:00 PM
Egypt's Ministry of Health and Population announced in a statement on Thursday the detection of the first two cases of the new Omicron coronavirus subvariant JN.1, following laboratory tests.

Egypt - Health
12/25/2023 10:56:46 AM
No cases of the Omicron coronavirus subvariant, known as JN.1, have been reported in Egypt so far, Mohamed Awad Tag El-Din, presidential adviser for health affairs, said in a TV comment on Sunday evening.

Business - Economy
11/28/2023 4:10:27 PM
The African Development Bank (AfDB) approved a $131 million loan to Egypt with the aim of bolstering the government’s efforts to stimulate the private sector and diversify its green development following the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

World - International
10/2/2023 1:19:15 PM
Katalin Kariko of Hungary and Drew Weissman of the United States won the Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for work on messenger RNA (mRNA) technology that paved the way for Covid-19 vaccines.

Business - Economy
9/13/2023 4:14:38 PM
The global debt to GDP ratio fell by 10 percent in 2022 to 238 percent from its 2021 level, yet total debt amounted to $235 trillion, $200 billion above the 2021 level, according to the International Monetary Fund on Wednesday.

World - International
9/13/2023 11:14:28 AM
The Covid-19 pandemic caused a sharp slowdown in the fight to end child poverty, with 333 million children still living in extreme poverty, according to a report published Wednesday.

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