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Current issue | Issue 1234, (19 - 25 February 2015)
Wednesday,18 October, 2017
Issue 1234, (19 - 25 February 2015)

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

The execution of 21 Coptic Egyptians in Libya could prove a turning point in the country’s internal political wrangling, writes Kamel Abdallah

The slaughter of 21 Egyptian workers in Libya left Egypt with minimal choices to weigh, writes Ahmed Eleiba

World leaders variously described the beheading of 21 Egyptian Copts as “barbaric”, “heinous”, and “ruthless”. But it will take more than condemnation

Hani Mustafa analyses the video in which the so-called Islamic State confirmed executing 21 Egyptians on the coast of Libya

The Cairo-Doha dispute goes much deeper than the anti-Egyptian media blitz being orchestrated by Qatar, writes Salah Nasrawi

Grief struck the Coptic Orthodox Church over the slaughter of 21 Egyptian Copts, reports Michael Adel

Since the 1940s, Egypt has experienced five waves of terror, four of which failed, as will the fifth and widest, that Egypt faces now, writes Ammar Ali Hassan

Political parties continue their bad-tempered scramble to coordinate candidate lists ahead of parliamentary elections. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

The Salafist Nour Party has never held Christians in high esteem. So what makes a group of dissident Copts put its weight behind the Nour Party’s election bid? Amany Maged

Fierce competition is expected in the upcoming Press Syndicate elections, reports Reem Leila

Jailed Al-Jazeera journalists are being released pending retrial, Ahmed Morsy reports

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