Friday,20 October, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)
Friday,20 October, 2017
Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)

Ahram Weekly


Egypt’s teenage queen

Egypt’s teenage queen

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A decade ago Egypt’s last queen died in seclusion, writes Samir Sobhi

Despite their minority status, Egypt’s Christians have played a crucial

We used to take it for granted that tomorrow would be better than today, but this

The media may be the country’s last line of defence, but who will defend

Tourism in Egypt is on the path to recovery despite all the challenges it has

The war against terrorism in Sinai is not only necessary for Egyptian national

As work begins on the ambitious development project of the Suez Canal, Samir Sobhi

Egypt has a long and distinguished student movement that has been responsible

Egypt’s upcoming parliamentary elections may see a division between the

The disintegration of Iraq is the result of US policies that have been devoid

At first glance, the fossil-fuel factor in the recent outbreaks of tension and

With the holy month now well under way, Samir Sobhi remembers three historical

The Obama administration is, it appears, considering responding to the crisis

Like the oppressive US occupation of Iraq, Maliki’s regime is racked with

Memoirs by those who took part in the events of the time shed fascinating light

In his memories former royal chief of protocol Salah Al-Shahed provides a gripping

A new permanent exhibition at Al-Ahram building in Cairo offers insights into

Nada Gabriel Takla, granddaughter of the founders of Al-Ahram talked to Nesmahar Sayed

Salah Al-Shahed, palace chief of protocol during the final days of the monarchy,

The run-up to the 1952 Revolution was a time of conspiracy and counter-conspiracy,

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