Saturday,29 July, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1341, (20 - 26 April 2017)
Saturday,29 July, 2017
Issue 1341, (20 - 26 April 2017)

Ahram Weekly

WORLD

The US military strikes in Syria have not furthered a political solution to the crisis, and Russia and the US are still bickering over the way forward

Iran has reacted cautiously to the US airstrikes on Syria, underlining its differences with Russia on how best to handle the crisis in the country

Is there still hope for peace in Yemen? The answer is no time soon

That 49 per cent of Turkey, despite all obstacles, voted against Erdogan’s constitutional coup indicates that his struggles are not over yet

The continued failure of Libya’s main political players to come to an accord is spurring the exploration of alternative pathways to political reconstruction

Led by jailed leader Marwan Barghouti, over 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli jails have begun an open-ended hunger strike to improve prison conditions

Millions of people in Iraq are plunging deeper into poverty, stirring nervousness about the post-Islamic State stability of the country

The surprise decision by former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to stand in the country’s presidential elections highlights an electoral system primed for chaos

First it was a strike against Syria, then the “Mother of all Bombs” in Afghanistan. Is it North Korea’s turn next

Trump’s military actions so far appear without a strategic context or plan. It is a dangerous game to play

French voters go to the polls this weekend in the first round of the country’s presidential elections

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