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Current issue | Issue 1359, (7 - 13 September 2017)
Thursday,18 April, 2019
Issue 1359, (7 - 13 September 2017)

Ahram Weekly


Peace, stability and the lofty goal of keeping the country together are at stake in next year’s Iraqi elections, writes Salah Nasrawi

September will see the Israeli-Palestinian conflict back in focus, with indications strong that an economic solution will be tabled, writes Haitham Ahmed

What will happen to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in the search for a diplomatic solution to the crisis in the country, asks Bassel Oudat in Damascus

Yemen’s political scene continues to rest on a knife’s edge, with a significant change but a spark away, writes Ahmed Eleiba

Fresh outbreaks of violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State have caused tens of thousands of Muslim Rohingya civilians to flee towards Bangladesh, writes Gamal Nkrumah

September looks set to be a watershed for Libya as the UN moves to kick-start the country’s political process and Haftar indicates that he will abandon military rule if elected

Despite worldwide condemnation of North Korea’s latest and most dangerous nuclear test, China and Russia have declared their opposition to sanctions and called for a diplomatic

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