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Al-Ahram Weekly - Sufra Dayma
5/7/2024 8:18:36 PM

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
5/1/2024 2:40:00 PM
A boycott campaign designed to protest against surging fish prices has been launched in Port Said.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Economy
4/23/2024 5:25:35 PM
Fish, traditionally known as the protein of the poor, have seen their prices rise in the past two months, with mullet increasing in cost by 10 per cent from LE150 on 1 February to LE165 this week. Similarly, tilapia has increased from LE95 to LE110.

Egypt - Health
4/8/2024 11:46:24 PM
As Eid Al-Fitr approaches, the Ministry of Health has seriously warned kidney patients to refrain from consuming fesikh and renga fish (traditional Egyptian dishes known for their high salt content).

World - International
3/16/2024 2:48:01 PM
Twelve Pakistani fishermen died after their boat capsized in the Arabian Sea, the military said Wednesday, as the navy searched for a pair still missing.

World - International
2/27/2024 3:49:32 PM
The world's trade ministers were locked in tough negotiations on Tuesday at a WTO meeting in Abu Dhabi, with fisheries and agriculture taking center stage.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
2/13/2024 5:47:34 PM
Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Ayman Ashour announced Tuesday that President of the National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (NIOF) Amr Zakaria Hamouda has been named vice-chairman of UNESCO's International Tsunami Early Warning Committee (IOC Tsunami).

World - International
1/30/2024 11:29:44 AM
India's navy said Tuesday it had freed an Iranian fishing vessel hijacked by Somali pirates, the second in as many days, after the latest attack on Indian Ocean shipping.

World - Africa
1/29/2024 1:21:57 PM
Sri Lanka’s diplomats are talking with Somali authorities trying to ascertain the whereabouts of a fishing vessel and its six crewmembers suspected of being abducted by Somali pirates two days ago, officials said Monday.

Egypt - Society
1/23/2024 1:59:16 PM
Egypt's total seafood production has reached about 2.1 million tons in 2023, with around 85 percent self-sufficiency rate, according to the Lakes and Fish Resources Protection and Development Agency, with efforts to bridge the supply and demand gap through importing high-quality seafood from countries like Norway.

World - International
9/8/2023 3:01:29 PM
Japan’s prime minister said that China’s blanket ban on Japanese seafood in reaction to the release of treated radioactive water from a tsunami-ravaged nuclear power plant contrasts starkly with broad understanding shown by many other members of the international community.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Entre nous
9/5/2023 10:42:10 PM
Rich in fruit, vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, fish and legumes as well as minimal amounts of red meat, highly processed and fried food, the Mediterranean diet has long been linked with improved health

World - International
8/30/2023 8:47:05 PM
Japan's prime minister ate what he called "safe and delicious" fish from Fukushima on Wednesday, days after wastewater was released from the area's crippled nuclear plant into the Pacific.

World - Region
8/27/2023 7:02:08 PM
Israeli naval vessels escalated their attacks against Palestinian fishing boats off the northern coast of the Gaza Strip on Sunday, according to the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA).

World - International
8/26/2023 1:31:31 PM
Fish auction prices at a port south of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were mixed Friday amid uncertainty over how seafood consumers will respond to the release of treated and diluted radioactive wastewater into the ocean.

World - International
8/21/2023 11:02:39 AM
Japanese government officials sought understanding from fisheries groups Monday for the impending release of treated radioactive wastewater from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea and pledged to support their livelihoods throughout the process that will take decades.

World - International
8/17/2023 4:55:35 PM
More than 60 migrants are feared dead after a Spanish fishing vessel rescued a boat off the Atlantic archipelago of Cape Verde that originally had more than 100 people aboard, authorities and migrant advocates said Thursday.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Sufra Dayma
8/8/2023 10:20:12 PM

World - Region
8/7/2023 10:14:03 AM
Iraqi villager Omar Ziad gazes at the cracked and barren earth where his fish farm once stood, lost to water conservation efforts during a devastating four-year drought.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Sufra Dayma
7/11/2023 8:30:36 PM

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