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Current issue | Issue 1122, 15 - 21 November 2012
Tuesday,23 October, 2018
Issue 1122, 15 - 21 November 2012

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Opposition to the $4.5 billion loan Egypt is seeking from the IMF is growing. But is anyone taking note, asks Amira Howeidy

51 children die in a bus-train collision in Assiut

CAIRO’S already congested traffic slowed to a halt in many areas and microbus drivers doubled their fares.

President Mohamed Morsi has yet to decide whether he will attend the enthronement of Pope Tawadros II. Dina Ezzat review the dilemmas he faces

As the Constituent Assembly enters the home stretch the process of drafting a new constitution is as tortured as ever, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

A third of the Constituent Assembly may still withdraw if Islamists refuse to compromise over controversial articles, reports Khaled Dawoud

Although their demands may be legitimate, the way judges go about achieving what they want is questionable, Mona El-Nahhas reports

Salafis vow to escalate action until the Constituent Assembly bows to their demands, writes Amani Maged

Five days of events are planned by revolutionary groups to commemorate the anniversary of last year’s bloody clashes in Mohamed Mahmoud Street, Ahmed Morsy reports

Tribal chiefs accuse the government of gross incompetence in Sinai, writes Ahmed Eleiba

The prosecutor-general’s decision to ban pornographic websites is being debated among rights activists, telecommunication experts and the general public, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky

Doctors do not intend to end their strike until all their demands are met, reports Reem Leila

Members of the Democratic Front Party choose Osama Al-Ghazali Harb as chairman, reports Reem Leila

Passengers onboard EgyptAir flights will be served by veiled female attendants for the first time since the carrier began operations 80 years ago, Amirah Ibrahim reports

The Foreign Ministry is in the firing line after being accused yet again of failing to protect Egyptian nationals abroad, reports Doaa El-Bey

When it comes to sharing Nile water consensus is as distant as ever, writes Doaa El-Bey

Named in honour of the former field marshal, a new road sign has sparked heated debate, reports Ahmed Morsy

Prosecutor-General Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud has issued lists of pardoned political prisoners, reports Reem Leila

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