Saturday,23 February, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1361, (21 - 27 September 2017)
Saturday,23 February, 2019
Issue 1361, (21 - 27 September 2017)

Ahram Weekly


The 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly opened in New York this week, with some world leaders arriving early in search of the best deals, writes Camelia Entekhabifard

To mark the holding of the Lilongwe Conference, Ahmed Eleiba spoke to Egyptian Ambassador to Malawi Maher Al-Adawi and Malawi Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

This year’s UN General Assembly will be historic if world powers can look ahead and lay the foundations for more comprehensive multilateral cooperation, writes Hussein Haridy

Barzani may win his referendum to take Kurdistan out of Iraq, but will he be able to spare it the mayhem that may follow, asks Salah Nasrawi

While observers had been waiting for the Houthi-Salah alliance to collapse, what occurred in Yemen is the opposite: tensions erupting on the side of the Hadi government, writes Hossam Radman

The Astana Conference on the crisis in Syria concluded by driving ever-larger wedges through the country’s opposition, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

Tunisia’s Justice Ministry has lifted restrictions on Tunisian Muslim women marrying non-Muslims, sparking controversy across the country and beyond, writes Kamel Abdallah

In a surprise move, Kenya’s judiciary annulled last month’s presidential elections, which the incumbent won. Uncertainty will now prevail until 17 October, and possibly

The emergence of potential challengers to Tamim bin Hamad’s rule says both that the crisis with Gulf nations won’t end soon, but could if an internal coup occurs, writes

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