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Current issue | Issue 0, 22-28 November 2012
Wednesday,19 June, 2019
Issue 0, 22-28 November 2012

Ahram Weekly


Voting on the final draft of Egypt’s new constitution will begin next week even in the absence of agreement between the country’s secularists and Islamists, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

As Sinai is caught in a spiral of violence the government’s first priority appears to be to reassure the public regardless of the facts, writes Ahmed Eleiba

There was a marked increase in sexual harassment during the Eid, Reem Leila reports

The disappearance of a young Christian student is causing sectarian tensions

Relatives of Egyptian citizens detained in Saudi Arabia without charge begin a sit-in in front of the Saudi embassy, reports Doaa El-Bey

Following his selection for the highest office in the Coptic Church Pope Tawadros II spoke to Michael Adel about a host of pressing issues

Samir Sobhi examines the pressing issues that await the new pope

A million-man march to press for the application of Sharia law is planned for tomorrow in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, writes Amani Maged

Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh makes his Strong Egypt Party official, but what role will the party play, asks Mohamed Abdel-Baky

Young people from the Nile Basin countries recently took part in an environmental awareness-raising forum in Luxor, writes Mahmoud Bakr

Compared with the way Americans dealt with hurricane Sandy, Egypt’s tackling of an oil spill in the Nile is amateurish, reports Ahmed Morsy

An Egyptian branch of the Technical University of Berlin has opened in El-Gouna near Hurghada, writes Nader Habib

Mohamed Abdel-Baky reports on growing tensions between President Mohamed Morsi’s government and state-owned press institutions

Egypt’s doctors have said they intend to strike until their demands are met, reports Reem Leila

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