Friday,28 April, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1342, (27 April - 3 May 2017)
Friday,28 April, 2017
Issue 1342, (27 April - 3 May 2017)

Ahram Weekly

FOCUS

With divorce rates on the rise in Egypt, will new draft laws on child custody and visitation be less fair to children and their mothers, asks Rasha Gedda

The government's recent economic policies may be making Egypt's drugs shortages even

US President Donald Trump’s confused statements about the Islamic State group, oil

Egypt has been branded a hub for illegal organ-trafficking despite laws governing

Could the social centre collapse amid the woes of a shrinking Egyptian middle class

There is always some confusion on foreign policy when a new US administration takes

Some jihadist groups have attacked foreign aid agencies working in conflict zones

Exaggerated marriage costs among rural families are putting extra burdens on households

An aspect of global competition between the great powers that deserves special attention

The government’s recent economic policies may be making Egypt’s drugs shortages even

Rumours about the reuse of syringes and other instruments in Egypt’s hospitals

Young people in Egypt sometimes blame a lack of vacancies and employers’

Efforts are being made to increase investment in agriculture as a way of reducing

Ahmed Mahdiexamines the impact of US President-elect Donald Trump’s election

Egypt’s sugar shortage has been taking its toll on local industry, provoking

The recent tragedy of illegal migrants drowning off the coast of Egypt has shown

Recent years have seen an increase in harassment in Egyptian schools, but NGOs,

Egypt’s economy does not depend on oil, but plummeting global oil prices

Democratic Party candidate in the US presidential elections Hillary Clinton has

Despite government efforts to combat human trafficking, it remains a significant

Can rising demands for a clampdown on Facebook succeed in a country where a quarter

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