Saturday,21 October, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1275, (17- 30 December 2015)
Saturday,21 October, 2017
Issue 1275, (17- 30 December 2015)

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Reem Leila writes about the history of Al-Ittihadiya Presidential Palace, from which four presidents have ruled the country

Gamal Essam El-Din offers an overview of Egypt’s 150-year parliamentary history

The 123 governments formed since the Khedive Ismail set up the country’s first cabinet 140 years ago tell the story of Egypt’s political, economic and social development,

Jihadists in Sinai are increasingly being divided and their capabilities eroded by security operations, writes Ahmed Eleiba

As police practices once again come under scrutiny, Ahmed Morsy reviews the changing face of the Ministry of Interior’s training centre for officers

The headquarters of the Press Syndicate, once a bastion of protest, is struggling to defend the rights of its own members, reports Ahmed Morsy

Cairo’s Supreme Court, the symbol of justice in Egypt, has amply witnessed the steadfastness of the judiciary in the face of the challenges brought against it, writes Sayed Saleh

The focal point of the 2011 uprising has received a face-lift and a new underground garage, writes Amira Howeidy

Amany Maged recounts the story of a square that changed its name and face

Michael Adel records the fundamental junctures in the history of the Coptic Cathedral

Amany Maged explores the crucial role Al-Azhar plays and should continue to play

Imposing a de facto reality has been Ethiopia’s policy regarding the controversial Grand Renaissance Dam — a policy that became even more obvious in 2015, writes Doaa El-Bey

Maspero, where the Arab broadcasting industry was born, is now nostalgic for its past glory. Mohamed Abdel-Baky spent time inside the building that once produced the region’s

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