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Current issue | Issue 1167, (3 - 9 October 2013)
Tuesday,17 October, 2017
Issue 1167, (3 - 9 October 2013)

Ahram Weekly

EGYPT

The 50-member committee responsible for writing the final draft of Egypt’s new constitution finished the first stage of its task yesterday. Gamal Essam El-Din reports

A closed session to discuss constitutional articles pertaining to the army fails to reach any agreement, Khaled Dawoud reports

The Egyptian navy used the element of surprise to devastating effect in helping to ensure victory in the 1973 October War, writes Ashraf Refaat

Is Egypt heading for an anti-labour constitution, asks Faiza Rady

The Sudanese people have learned more than to eat hot dogs. Al-Bashir must go, writes Asmaa El-Husseini

To mark the 40th anniversary of the October War Galal Nassar reviews its conduct and strategic objectives

Forty years later, novelist Youssef Al-Kaeid reflects with Dina Ezzat on the October War that he lived through and wrote about

Amany Maged reviews the Muslim Brotherhood plans to halt celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of the 6 October victory

The US president’s UN address showed he agreed with most Egyptians, reports Ezzat Ibrahim

Former vice president Mohamed Al-Baradei is back on Twitter, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky

Looted items go on show at the Egyptian Museum, reports Nevine El-Aref

Amany Maged asks whether the International Muslim Brotherhood can come to the aid of its beleaguered Egyptian chapter

At Egypt’s universities clashes are erupting between opponents and supporters of toppled president Mohamed Morsi, reports Reem Leila

A new biography revisits the achievements of late Egyptian president Anwar Al-Sadat, writes David Tresilian

The commanders and men of the October War recount to Galal Nassar the heady days of heroism and sacrifice, as well as the expert planning and plain dedicated hard work, without which

The commanders and men of the October War recount to Galal Nassar the heady days of heroism and sacrifice, as well as the expert planning and plain dedicated hard work, without

The commanders and men of the October War recount to Galal Nassar the heady days of heroism and sacrifice, as well as the expert planning and plain dedicated hard work, without which

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