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Current issue | Issue 1287, (17 - 23 March 2016)
Wednesday,24 April, 2019
Issue 1287, (17 - 23 March 2016)

Ahram Weekly


The Giulio Regeni case continues to shine a light on the state of human rights in Egypt, reports Doaa El-Bey

The justice minister has been dismissed after making a comment considered by many to have been blasphemous, reports Ahmed Hamdi

Parliamentary battle lines are being drawn, with four coalitions of MPs likely to emerge, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

The reception of Saadeddin Ibrahim’s initiative for reconciliation with the banned Muslim Brotherhood reveals that times are changing, writes Amira Howeidy

Saadeddin Ibrahim’s recent initiative on reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood is a good example of how personal projects should not ignore popular sentiment, writes Ahmed

At home and abroad, the Muslim Brotherhood is on the verge of collapse, writes Amany Maged

Mai Samih speaks with shop owners on the newly renovated Emadeddin Street

Doctors protested in front of their syndicate’s headquarters against police brutality, reports Reem Leila

The government will legalise the status of car services Uber and Careem, reports Reem Leila

Laws regulating the media were high on the agenda of this week’s meeting between journalists and House of Representatives speaker Ali Abdel-Aal. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

The unprecedented joint military manoeuvres in Saudi Arabia belie the dangers that strategic planners say threaten Arab national security. One of those not addressed is intra-coalition

What were the true objectives behind Saudi Arabia’s recently concluded North Thunder military exercises, asks Emad Awwad

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