Friday,27 April, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1391, (26 April - 2 May 2018)
Friday,27 April, 2018
Issue 1391, (26 April - 2 May 2018)

Ahram Weekly

FOCUS

Identifying Turkey with its current government could prompt many Egyptians to forgo the pleasures of Turkish literature
and the glories of Istanbul,
writes Dina Ezzat

Poverty rates in Egypt have risen since the 25 January Revolution, forcing a rethink

Will the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood be able to take over the country after the

With pressure mounting for Western military intervention in the Syrian conflict,

The Arab League gives a tacit but not overt nod for US strikes on Syria, Dina

Lebanese-American scholar Randa Slim tells Amira Howeidy that while the outcome

Within hours, it was said, the US would strike Syria. Reporting from Damascus,

Ankara’s ruling party is gleeful at prospects of a US military strike on

The presence of Libyan jihadists in Syria makes fraught for Tripoli deciding a

Even the more liberal elements in the Western media have been keeping up the irresponsible

The fact that using some weapons constitutes international war crimes per se is

When a foreign policy imperative exists for the White House, factoids replace

Syria’s historic buildings, museums and archaeological sites continue to

Gamal Nkrumah writes on the aspirations of Egypt’s three million Nubians

Nader Noureddin unveils the hazardous consequences the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

The 25 January Revolution helped Al-Azhar regain some of its autonomy and former

A conduit for smugglers, the lifeline of a beleaguered people, a bonanza for racketeers

Not so much a question of whether to do it as how it should be done — Niveen

Doaa El-Bey looks at the complicated issue of Egyptians detained in Arab countries

As people learn to live with the power cuts that have been affecting the country,

As the Muslim Brotherhood loses popularity in both Egypt and Tunisia, could this

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