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World - International
5/15/2022 8:25:19 PM
US President Joe Biden offered a potent condemnation of racist extremism Sunday after a murderous rampage in Buffalo, and he called for citizens to end the hate that remains a "stain on the soul of America."

World - International
5/14/2022 10:14:19 PM
Multiple people were shot Saturday afternoon at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, police there tweeted, adding that the alleged shooter was in custody.

World - International
5/9/2022 10:04:08 AM
The man behind the wheel of the car that barreled through crowds of pedestrians in New York City's Times Square, killing a woman and injuring 22 other people, is finally headed to trial after various delays over five years, including pandemic-induced court shutdowns.

World - International
4/25/2022 11:13:43 AM
Twitter's board and Tesla CEO Elon Musk negotiated into the early hours of Monday over his bid to buy the social media platform, The New York Times reported.

World - International
4/13/2022 4:04:13 PM
A man sought in connection with an attack on a subway train in Brooklyn that left 10 people shot _ and once again interrupted New York City's long journey to post-pandemic normalcy _ is now considered a suspect, Mayor Eric Adams said Wednesday.

World - International
4/12/2022 6:59:00 PM
A gunman filled a rush-hour subway train with smoke and shot multiple people Tuesday, leaving wounded commuters bleeding on a Brooklyn platform as others ran screaming, authorities said. Police were still searching for the shooter.

Sports - World
4/7/2022 11:06:07 AM
Albert Rusnak and Jordan Morris scored in the first half, Nicolas Lodeiro converted a penalty kick midway through the second half, and the Seattle Sounders beat New York City FC 3-1 on Wednesday night in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals.

War in Ukraine - Economy
4/5/2022 10:28:22 AM
Oil prices extended gains Tuesday on the prospect of further sanctions on Russia for alleged "atrocities" in some occupied Ukrainian cities, while equities edged up after a rally in New York and Europe.

Arts & Culture - Entertainment
3/29/2022 5:23:53 PM
When “CODA” won the Oscar for best picture in Los Angeles, movie stars from Samuel L. Jackson to Nicole Kidman waved their hands instead of clapping in recognition of the Deaf community. At home in suburban New York, Laurie Ann Barish cried, overcome by what she said was a long overdue feeling of acceptance.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Culture
3/8/2022 11:10:59 PM
New York or Rome. It is not the Hudson or the Tiber. No, it is not.

Life & Style - Health
2/18/2022 7:16:47 PM
Ahram Online spoke to neurologist and mental health specialist Ayman Youssif, the first person in Egypt and the Middle East to obtain a PhD in invisible disabilities from New York University.

Arts & Culture - Film
1/30/2022 9:56:55 PM
‘Nanny,’ a supernatural thriller about an undocumented immigrant working for a wealthy New York family, won the Sundance film festival's top prize on Friday.

World - International
1/19/2022 10:53:27 PM
A new study in two states that compares coronavirus protection from prior infection and vaccination concludes getting the shots is still the safest way to prevent COVID-19.

Egypt - Politics
1/15/2022 5:12:37 PM
Tarek Radwan, head of Egyptian parliament's Human Rights Committee, launched a scathing attack against the New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW), accusing it of repeatedly publishing false reports about the situation of human rights in Egypt.

World - International
1/14/2022 6:58:16 PM
The United States' Omicron wave is beginning to recede in New York and other major cities, official data showed this week, even as Covid-19 hospitalizations, a lagging indicator, reached new highs.

Arts & Culture - Music
1/13/2022 5:25:24 PM
Renowned Egyptian bass baritone Ashraf Sewailam concluded the role of First Priest in Mozart's The Magic Flute staged at the famed Metropolitan Opera.

World - International
1/8/2022 10:57:30 PM
Ambulances in Kansas speed toward hospitals then suddenly change direction because hospitals are full. Employee shortages in New York City cause delays in trash and subway services and diminish the ranks of firefighters and emergency workers. Airport officials shut down security checkpoints at the biggest terminal in Phoenix and schools across the nation struggle to find teachers for their classrooms.

World - International
1/8/2022 2:38:24 PM
The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists asked Indian authorities to immediately release a journalist in disputed Kashmir, days after police arrested him for uploading a video clip of a protest against Indian rule.

World - International
12/31/2021 2:51:47 PM
New York City will ring in 2022 in Times Square as planned despite record numbers of COVID-19 infections in the city and around the nation, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday.

Arts & Culture - Music
12/22/2021 5:09:53 PM
Egyptian singer Dalia Ihab Younis will perform Arabic versions of popular Christmas carols as part of St. Patrick’s Cathedral ‘Guest Choir Concert Series’ in New York on Wednesday 22 December.

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