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Current issue | Issue 1184, (13 - 19 February 2014)
Friday,21 September, 2018
Issue 1184, (13 - 19 February 2014)

Ahram Weekly


After 10 days of review, several political factions recommended introducing a host of changes to a newly proposed presidential elections law, Gamal Essam El-Din reports

Why have several youth movements refused to attend a meeting with the presidency, asks Ahmed Morsy

Hamdeen Sabahi has accepted a tough challenge in announcing his personal decision to run in the upcoming presidential race, reports Khaled Dawoud

There have been divisions in the Tamarod movement over which presidential candidate will get its support, reports Mohamed Abdel-Baky

Foreign policy challenges for Egypt’s next president start with breaking the isolation it has experienced lately, along with re-establishing its regional status, Dina Ezzat reports

Although applauding the adoption of a new constitution, EU foreign ministers refrain from changing position on a limited embargo on Egypt since last August, reports Doaa El-Bey

Expert political commentator Hassan Nafaa has launched a rapprochement initiative designed to build social cohesion, he tells Dina Ezzat

Al-Bernameg is back. Mohamed Abdel-baky reports on the return of Egypt’s most popular satirist

Has the 45th Cairo International Book Fair achieved its goals, asks Nevine El-Aref

Doctors continue their partial strike, reports Reem Leila

In the wake of the recently uncovered Israeli espionage cell, Ahmed Morsy looks into possible links between Israeli intelligence agencies and what is happening in Sinai

At a time when Egypt is in need of highly skilled human resources, Canadian Ambassador David Drake spoke to Nesma Nowar about how Egyptians can benefit from a Canadian education

Is the swine flu virus a serious health threat, Reem Leila asks

A blaze in a hotel in the Saudi Arabian city of Medina has left nine Egyptians dead and 61 injured

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