Sunday,22 October, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1131, 17 - 23 January
Sunday,22 October, 2017
Issue 1131, 17 - 23 January

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

Public anger is mounting at the detention of Egyptians in the UAE, writes Doaa El-Bey

Egypt woke up to yet another train tragedy in Badrasheen. This time the victims were soldiers, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky

LIKE a piece of paper torn to shreds, this is what was left of an iron and steel train carriage that derailed on Tuesday, hopped onto the opposite rail and smashed into another stationary

To what extent will waning Islamist support be reflected in the results of parliamentary elections, asks Dina Ezzat

The Shura Council is expected to pass the controversial new election law today, writes Gamal Essam El-Din

Moves to free corrupt officials in return for the repayment of embezzled money are being driven by economic necessity

The National Salvation Front is engaged in a delicate balancing act, writes Ibrahim Farouk

Dissidents from the Muslim Brotherhood set up their own organisation, Amany Maged reports

Egypt’s prosecutors and judges met this week to declare their stance towards the country’s embattled prosecutor-general, reports Reem Leila

The new minister of interior is heading campaigns on multiple fronts, reports Ahmed Morsy

Protesters camping outside Al-Ittihadiya presidential palace face renewed attacks, Mohamed Abdel-Baky reports

The residents of Ezbet Dahshour are continuing to encroach on the famous neighbouring archaeological site even though legal procedures have been taken to remove a new cemetery, Nevine

With dozens of Al-Qursaya Island residents facing military trial, the army is insisting that it will not give up its property, writes Amirah Ibrahim

Ahmed Eleiba examines the future of Egyptian-Iranian relations under President Mohamed Morsi

In the wake of a recent court ruling passed against an Islamist TV satellite channel, liberals and human rights activists stressed their opposition to restrictions on media freedom,

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