Tuesday,26 March, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1435, (21 - 27 March 2019)
Tuesday,26 March, 2019
Issue 1435, (21 - 27 March 2019)

Ahram Weekly


The Gaza Strip suffers dire economic conditions that have reached unprecedented levels, causing Gazan youth to take to the streets demanding a dignified life, reports Haitham Ahmed

A flurry of meetings is underway to reassure Libya’s political players despite protracted strife that a new settlement is possible. Whether these efforts will succeed is another

In the wake of last week’s New Zealand massacres, it is more necessary than ever that serious steps are taken to combat online far-right propaganda, writes Manal Lotfy

The New Zealand mosque massacre exposes the dangers of downplaying Islamophobia

After last week’s attack on two mosques in New Zealand, it is time the world came to terms with the rising tide of far-right and white-supremacist terrorism, writes Azza Sedky

The civil war in Syria is entering its ninth year after the deaths of one million people, the displacement of seven million inside the country and the fleeing of five million abroad,

Turkey’s Erdogan seems intent to play Washington off against Moscow for advantage from both. He may find, nonetheless, that he loses twice, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

The British are saying that now is the last chance for peace in Yemen, but others see London as pushing for a new round of war, writes Ahmed Eleiba

While the two major Kurdish parties signed an agreement, the issue of Kirkuk emerged strongly again, writes Nermeen Al-Mufti in Kirkuk

As the White House braces for the Mueller investigation to conclude, Trump has launched a wave of Twitter attacks against his opponents, reports Khaled Dawoud

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