Monday,23 October, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)
Monday,23 October, 2017
Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)

Ahram Weekly

FOCUS

Free school meals are important for boosting children’s nutrition and classroom focus, but the devil may be in the details, writes Rasha Gedda

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

Egypt’s water security is under threat from dam building upstream on the Nile,

Gihan Shahine examines the craze for cosmetic procedures in Egypt, which is no longer

Revisiting the Cairo district of Shubra in Ramadan, Khaled Hanafi meets a cosmopolitan

Tensions between the Muslim world and the West are more rooted in geopolitical causes

More and more people are becoming more resourceful in countering the high cost of living in Ramadan

With divorce rates on the rise in Egypt, will new draft laws on child custody and

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

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