Thursday,21 February, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1127, 20 - 26 December 2012
Thursday,21 February, 2019
Issue 1127, 20 - 26 December 2012

Ahram Weekly


With its primary chant “Bread, freedom and social justice”, many expected the poor to be the main beneficiary of the


For better or worse, the ghost of Gaddafi, the Abu Shafshufa or Fuzzhead in colloquial Libyan Arabic, hovered over Libya in 2012.


As the political situation in Egypt becomes increasingly polarised, Gihan Shahine investigates how print and broadcast journalism


Dripping with blood and dirt

Dripping with blood and dirt

The constitution, the revolution — and Khaled Fahmy


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DollarHaitham Al-Hagg AliAfricaPutinPope Francis


All eyes have been fixed on Egypt this year as the country continues its sometimes tumultuous transition, writes David Tresilian


More and more Muslim women may be taking off their veils as a way of reasserting their independence of social pressures, writes Ameera Fouad


Both Special Olympics Egypt and Special Olympics MENA are getting ready for the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, reports

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