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Current issue | Issue 1286, (10 - 16 March 2016)
Thursday,25 April, 2019
Issue 1286, (10 - 16 March 2016)

Ahram Weekly


Arab Gulf states designated Hizbullah a terrorist group three years ago, and then again, last week, Amira Howeidy reports

Relations between Turkey and Iran are improving, despite disagreements between the two countries on the conflict in Syria, writes Camelia Entekhabifard

Russia has floated the idea of a Syrian federation, pleasing the country’s Kurds but angering the overwhelming majority of the Syrian people, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

Yet again, Lebanon is a bellwether for the state of relations between key regional powers. Saudi Arabia is flexing its muscles, which has consequences for Egypt’s national

Violent clashes on Tunisia’s borders with Libya this week have drawn renewed attention to the threat of Islamic State militants in the region, writes Kamel Abdallah in Tunis

The status quo created by the century-old Sykes-Picot Agreement in Iraq and the Levant should be retained, writes Salah Nasrawi

In his latest move towards autocracy, Turkey’s president has vowed to ignore the country’s Constitutional Court after it ruled to release two imprisoned journalists,

Regardless of the outcome of the US presidential election, whether a Democrat or a Republican claims the presidency, US foreign policy in the Middle East is expected to change, and

While Boko Haram recently took a significant hit at the hands of the Nigerian and Cameroonian militaries, terrorist groups continue to challenge states across sub-Saharan Africa,

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