Tuesday,27 June, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1350, (22 June - 5 July 2017)
Tuesday,27 June, 2017
Issue 1350, (22 June - 5 July 2017)

Ahram Weekly

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Egypt’s economy does not depend on oil, but plummeting global oil prices have contradictory macroeconomic implications for the country, writes Zeinab Sami

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

There are formidable obstacles to rebuilding the Yemeni state after the conflict

With the US presidential elections approaching in November, Republican Party candidate

Iraq is in the midst of an existential crisis, but there is still hope it can

The surprise decision by the British electorate to leave the European Union in

By signing the recent reconciliation agreement with Israel, Turkey has betrayed

The Israel-Turkey normalisation deal is of great strategic import, not only for

The recent agreement between Turkey and Israel has been dictated by realpolitik,

Reported cases of child abduction in Egypt, said to be on the increase, peaks

Ramadan in Syria this year will not be celebrated as it has been for centuries,

A city that once led the world is now in ruins, raising the question of whether

The history and cultural influence of the Turks and the Turkic rulers of Egypt

The case of Yemen sheds light on the challenges the UN faces to bring peace to

The Syrian community in Egypt has grown in size and need, testifying to the Syrian

Wheat is one of the most important components of Egypt’s food security,

Desertification is now a major problem, endangering food security in Egypt and

Egypt’s often poor state healthcare system means medical workers as well

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