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World - Region
11/27/2021 1:35:20 PM
The Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) announced on Saturday, launching a large-scale security operation to eliminate the terrorist remnants of Daesh on Al Khalidiya Island in Anbar province.

World - Africa
11/24/2021 8:17:10 PM
The United Nations on Wednesday expressed worry over reports of large-scale displacement from western Tigray, part of the war-hit Ethiopian region where the US has previously warned of ethnic cleansing.

Arts & Culture - Film
11/21/2021 6:27:36 PM
Iranian double Oscar winning film director Asghar Farhadi has launched a scathing attack on Tehran authorities and threatened not to represent Iran with his new film 'A Hero' at the next edition of the prestigious awards ceremony.

World - Region
11/21/2021 12:54:05 PM
The foreign minister of Yemen's government in exile warned Sunday that a rebel takeover of the crucial, energy-rich city of Marib would be a disaster on the scale of the collapse of its ancient dam that decimated an entire kingdom.

Sports - World
11/17/2021 6:07:09 PM
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich have been hit by a fresh Covid-19 scare ahead of Friday's match at Augsburg, with defender Josip Stanisic and two club employees testing positive for the virus.

Sports - World
11/11/2021 9:35:29 PM
Argentina superstar Lionel Messi is set to make his return from injury in a World Cup qualifier against Uruguay, his coach Lionel Scaloni said on Thursday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
11/9/2021 8:39:39 PM
Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party has been playing on hostility to Syrian refugees as a way of directing attention away from its own shortcomings, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Egypt - Society
11/9/2021 4:00:23 PM
In Marsa Alam, it was the first time that Haitham Obaid tried diving to see sharks in the flesh; needless to say, he felt scared. After some time, the diver’s feelings shifted to fascination and admiration, as he accompanied dozens of tourists who came from all over the world to see sharks in Egypt.

World - International
11/8/2021 1:01:14 PM
China has built what appear to be full-scale outlines of American warships including an aircraft carrier, satellite imagery showed, possible targets to practise striking some of the most potent US weapons deployed in the Pacific.

Egypt - Society
11/5/2021 7:22:36 PM
Egypt plans to convert 3.7 million feddans from immersion irrigation to modern systems within three years, Egypt’s Minister of Irrigation Mohamed Abdel-Ati said on Friday

Egypt - Urban & Transport
11/4/2021 7:37:28 PM
Transit tolls for vessels travelling through the Suez Canal will increase by six percent starting February 2022, Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said on Thursday.

World - International
11/3/2021 10:29:22 PM
A British-registered scallop boat caught up in a post-Brexit spat between the UK and France over fishing licenses has been released by French authorities, its owner said Wednesday.

Business - Markets & Companies
11/3/2021 8:15:32 PM
US authorities on Wednesday put the Israeli maker of the Pegasus spyware on a list of restricted companies, taking aim at software central to a scandal over surveillance of journalists and officials.

Arts & Culture - Stage & Street
11/1/2021 6:15:48 PM
Showcasing traditional dance, music and arts, Iraq's Babylon International Festival has attracted thousands of fans for the first time in two war-scarred decades.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
10/26/2021 9:42:16 PM
Presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey are still 19 months away, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid, but politicians and political parties are already gearing up for what observers have described as a watershed event

World - Region
10/19/2021 7:34:32 PM
The head of the UN nuclear watchdog agency expressed concern on Tuesday that Iran was holding up negotiations aimed at reviving the landmark accord that scales back its nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief.

World - Region
10/16/2021 8:25:10 PM
French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday condemned as "inexcusable" a deadly crackdown by Paris police on a 1961 protest by Algerians whose scale was covered up for decades, disappointing activists who hoped for an even stronger recognition of responsibility.

World - International
10/12/2021 5:59:31 PM
Elisabeth Eide, the Norwegian journalist, author and professor in journalism studies at Oslo Metropolitan University visited Afghanistan 15 times, including the first time the Taliban were in power. She wrote five novels and 25 non-fiction books, among them monographies on Afghanistan and Pakistan.

World - Region
10/12/2021 5:40:06 PM
Sunday's parliamentary election -- the fifth in the war-scarred country since the 2003 US-led invasion toppled dictator Saddam Hussein -- was marked by a record low turnout of 41 percent

World - International
10/9/2021 8:35:23 PM
Austria's Sebastian Kurz on Saturday announced he was stepping down as chancellor following pressure on him to resign after he was implicated in a corruption scandal.

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