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Current issue | Issue 1173, (21 - 27 November 2013)
Thursday,20 September, 2018
Issue 1173, (21 - 27 November 2013)

Ahram Weekly


The significance of Cairo’s drawing closer to Moscow continues to stir debate, writes Ahmed Eleiba

Ahmed Morsy asks whether this week’s assassination of a senior security officer is the beginning of a large scale assassination operation

Missed late night shopping during the curfew? Now you can stay out as long as you like

Marking the birthday of Al-Sisi; denouncing Morsi; remembering those who fell two years ago: commemorating Mohamed Mahmoud’s violent clashes has become an exercise in conflicting

Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian records the memoirs of a Mohamed Mahmoud inhabitant — her mother

Egypt’s dilapidated railway system has caused another horrific accident, reports Reem Leila

Ethiopia fails to see reason over the River Nile, writes Nader Noureddine

Diplomatic efforts are underway to push the Nile water issue and Ethiopia’s construction of the Grand Renaissance Dam towards a resolution, writes Doaa El-Bey

The latest initiative for reconciliation proposed by the Front to Support Legitimacy is dead on its feet, writes Ahmed Eleiba

The Ministry of Education vows to take measures against schools owned by the Islamist group, reports Reem Leila

Despite popular revolts on 25 January 2011 and 30 June 2013, human rights activists say there is no change in the government’s approach to basic freedoms, reports Khaled Dawoud

The visit of a delegation of Egyptian journalists to Jerusalem stirs a hornet’s nest of accusations, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky

A new law that will help fight government corruption has just been passed

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