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World - Region
1/5/2023 10:46:30 AM
Syria's economy has hit its lowest point since the start of its civil war nearly 12 years ago, with spiraling inflation, a currency plunge and severe fuel shortages in both government-run and rebel-held areas.

Egypt - Society
1/3/2023 10:53:13 PM
Rice stocks at many companies have been dwindling for a long time with the finger of blame not only being pointed at the government but also at retailers’ monopolistic practices.

World - International
1/3/2023 4:35:15 PM
The European Union said Tuesday it has offered China help to deal with its COVID-19 crisis, including the donation of vaccines, as the bloc seeks to coordinate how authorities should check incoming passengers from China for any new variants.

World - Region
1/3/2023 1:50:30 PM
A charity monitoring migrant boats that follows the Doctors Without Borders (MSF) group in the Central Mediterranean said Monday the Italian coastguard had pulled around 50 people to safety after repeated appeals for help.

World - International
1/2/2023 10:03:53 PM
UK medical bodies on Monday said patients were dying due to inadequate care and urged the government to act as Britain's health service grapples with a winter crisis of strikes and soaring demand.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
12/31/2022 9:07:00 PM
The Ukraine-Russia crisis has reverberated across the world, threatening the food and energy sectors as well as political stability, especially in Africa.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
12/31/2022 9:06:00 PM
Despite a breakthrough after a year of national crisis, political stability in Iraq is far from guaranteed in the coming year.

World - International
12/30/2022 1:33:30 PM
Britain's cost-of-living crisis has turned into a bitter winter in households trying to keep their energy bills down some lecture flatmates for keeping the lights on. Others move to better-heated homes.

World - Region
12/29/2022 7:21:51 PM
Iran appointed a new head of its central bank on Thursday after the currency crashed to its lowest level ever against the dollar amid mass protests and ongoing Western sanctions.

Egypt - Health
12/26/2022 9:23:31 PM
Egypt’s biggest children's cancer hospital 57357 -- which mainly relies on donations -- is fighting for survival as the country braces up to face the consequences of another possible devaluation of the Egyptian pound and fights to reduce the impact of the global economic crisis.

World - Africa
12/26/2022 3:49:07 PM
Three prominent Congolese figures, including Nobel winner Denis Mukwege, on Monday accused President Felix Tshisekedi of pushing the country towards breakup by bringing in outside nations to tackle its security crisis.

World - Region
12/25/2022 3:42:25 PM
Driven mainly by soaring energy prices, inflation in the UK has been running high this whole year in 2022, reaching successive new records. In October, households paid 88.9 percent more on average for electricity, gas and other fuels than a year ago, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.

COP27 - Climate change
12/21/2022 8:57:20 PM
German activists chopped the top off a Christmas tree next to the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin on Wednesday, their latest protest pushing for greater action to combat the climate crisis.

Business - Economy
12/20/2022 12:54:52 PM
The World Bank on Tuesday slashed its China growth forecast for the year as the pandemic and weaknesses in the property sector hit the world's second largest economy.

World - Region
12/19/2022 5:55:50 PM
Sudanese security forces fired tear gas Monday at protesters in Khartoum who rallied against a tentative deal aimed at ending the crisis provoked by last year's military takeover, AFP correspondents said.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
12/19/2022 4:55:07 PM
Nourhan Al-Sheikh sums up the crisis that has affected the world like no other all through 2022

World - Region
12/18/2022 1:04:35 PM
Baran Ramadan Mesko had been hiding with other migrants for weeks in the coastal Algerian city of Oran, awaiting a chance to take a boat across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.

World - International
12/17/2022 6:06:38 PM
Peru's caretaker president, Dina Boluarte, chastised lawmakers for not endorsing widespread calls for early elections as a way out of a deepening political crisis triggered when the ousted Pedro Castillo tried to shut down Congress.

World - International
12/15/2022 2:59:27 PM
Thousands of nurses walked off their jobs in England on Thursday, escalating a wave of industrial unrest in the U.K. this month as ambulance and postal workers, bus drivers and airport baggage handlers all stage strikes to demand better pay amid a cost-of-living crisis.

Business - Economy
12/15/2022 2:58:46 PM
Winter is closing in but the sound of chainsaws still reverberates on the forest-covered slopes of the mountains in northern Bulgaria, while horses stand ready to transport the freshly cut wood down the steep paths.

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