Monday,27 May, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1270, (12 - 18 November 2015)
Monday,27 May, 2019
Issue 1270, (12 - 18 November 2015)

Ahram Weekly


The UK’s decision to cancel flights to Sharm El-Sheikh was rash, writes Doaa El-Bey

Sharm El-Sheikh is seeing fewer tourists as the Russian plane crash takes its toll on the resort’s normally vibrant life. Nesma Nowar tours the city

Western governments jumped the gun by insisting that a terrorist act brought down the Russian plane in Sinai, writes Ahmed Eleiba

People can bear deteriorating living conditions as long as there is a promise of better days ahead, reports Ahmed Morsy

The Muslim Brotherhood is trying to capitalise on tragedies such as the Russian airliner crash to build momentum ahead of the fifth anniversary of the 2011 Revolution, writes Amany Maged

Prominent human rights defender and independent journalist Hossam Bahgat was released from custody two days after being arrested for publishing offenses. Amira Howeidy reports

The timing and manner of the arrest of business tycoon Salah Diab begs many questions, writes Mohamed Abdel-Baky

Thermal scanning on King Khufu’s Great Pyramid uncovers an anomaly behind blocks located on its eastern side. Nevine El-Aref reports from the scene

Three secular electoral coalitions and one Islamist party are preparing to do battle over 45 seats reserved for the constituency of Cairo and the Nile Delta, reports Gamal Essam El-Din

Candidates who won seats in the first stage of Egypt’s parliamentary elections disagree over whether or not the new constitution needs to be amended Gamal Essam El-Din reports.

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