Wednesday,15 August, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1405, ( 9 - 15 August 2018)
Wednesday,15 August, 2018
Issue 1405, ( 9 - 15 August 2018)

Ahram Weekly

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The nakba of Baghdad

The nakba of Baghdad

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A city that once led the world is now in ruins, raising the question of whether Baghdad can rise again from the ashes, writes Salah Nasrawi

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

The boathouses moored along the Nile in Cairo bear witness to periods of past

There are more than one million square km of land in Egypt, but investors are

With one in five marriages now ending in divorce, is Egypt facing a crisis of

The Muslim Brotherhood always saw Europe as a launching pad for overthrowing Arab

Although Egypt ranks low in almost all global reports on happiness and life satisfaction,

The US remains committed to creating another Iraqi army in an American mould, writes Nick Turse

Too little attention has been given to vocational education in Egypt, long marginalised

The new wave of anti-Muslim hatred that is spreading across the Western world

It may be bombed, spied on and infiltrated on a daily basis, but the Islamic State

Refuse produced by Egyptian households and businesses has been piling up for years,

With healthcare, education and living conditions at rock bottom, the Syrian people

Fewer than five years after the 25 January Revolution, it seems that calls for

Egypt’s education system has been ranked as one of the worst in the world.

As the wind shifts in regional politics, the world’s major powers seem to

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