Saturday,26 May, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1395, (24 - 30 May 2018)
Saturday,26 May, 2018
Issue 1395, (24 - 30 May 2018)

Ahram Weekly

FOCUS

More and more people are attending performances of inshad, or traditional religious poetry, but this has not necessarily translated into more stable careers for singers, writes Rashda Ragab

 

Rising prices have meant that more people will have difficulty meeting their basic

Sudanese-Egyptians relations are as old as the Pyramids, and today they are entering

Cairo’s historic parks and gardens are at last set for regeneration after long

The recent exposure of malpractice by the UK company Cambridge Analytica is hardly

If US Secretary of State George Marshall could draw up a plan for the reconstruction

Gihan Shahine delves into a tangle of socio-economic and cultural issues while investigating

The government’s ongoing economic reform programme is designed to put an end

Wearing the Islamic veil has become increasingly challenging for many women in Western

Farah Al-Akkad describes efforts to help preserve the coastal city of Alexandria

Yemen is witnessing a humanitarian crisis as a result of the conflict in the country,

Free school meals are important for boosting children’s nutrition and classroom

Egypt’s energy situation is improving thanks to its natural gas fields in the

Too many ADHD children are still mistaken as lazy or naughty, and the failure to

Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi recently opened a debate on the inheritance

Qatar has been trying to politicise the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, imitating the

What many people look upon as rubbish may in fact contain hidden treasure, writes

Though much-lauded by the Trump administration, the recent arms deals between the

The ambiguous Western response to the Arab Quartet’s resolution against Qatar

The government has recently endorsed a package of new policies and a new investment

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