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Current issue | Issue 1161, (22 - 28 August 2013)
Wednesday,24 May, 2017
Issue 1161, (22 - 28 August 2013)

Ahram Weekly

WORLD

Experts expect Tunisia to become virtually bankrupt should present economic trends continue, writes Lasaad Bin Ahmed in Tunis

FOCUS

With divorce rates on the rise in Egypt, will new draft laws on child custody and visitation be less fair to children and their mothers,

PRESS REVIEW

Egypt has always been the centre of the Arab world. Now it increasingly finds itself the focus of global attention, as Doaa El-Bey

SPECIAL FILES

Russia’s failures on Egypt

Russia’s failures on Egypt

Egypt’s balance of trade with Russia is massively in Russia’s favour, yet Russia seems unwilling to trade fairly with Egypt,

Archive

Emmanuel MacronSafe areasThe Palestinian hunger strikeThe Press DayMarwan Barghouti
Emmanuel MacronSafe areasThe Palestinian hunger strikeThe Press DayMarwan Barghouti

FEATURES

Recent days have seen a spate of attacks on Egypt’s churches, with the Coptic Church calling on the government to protect

LIVING

The application of the recent emergency law and curfew has meant changes for all Egyptians, writes Omneya Yousry

SPORTS

Kahraba signs for Luzern, reports Marwan Zayed

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