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Friday,20 July, 2018
Issue 1134, 7 - 13 February 2013

Ahram Weekly


As Sunni protests in the Iraqi provinces of Salaheddin, Anbar and Nineveh continue, giant anti-government demonstrations are being held in the city of Fallujah, writes Nermeen Al-Mufti

Does Turkey’s AKP face some kind of conspiracy or are Turkey’s chickens merely coming home to roost, asks Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Palestinians are turning to novel non-violent strategies to confront Israel’s ongoing colonial settlement policy, writes Khaled Amayreh in occupied Palestine

A deadly military operation in the town of Arsal may be the first of many in Lebanon, writes Andrew Bossone

While Israel strikes Syria, Tel Aviv’s security officials are privately worried about losing Bashar Al-Assad and what may come next, writes Saleh Al-Naami

While the Syrian opposition has thus far failed to form a transitional government, some believe this may be because the US has not yet decided on what it wants in Syria, writes Bassel

Opinions have varied over what was agreed at last year’s Geneva 1 meeting of the Syrian opposition, so perhaps it is time to move on to Geneva 2

Gamal Nkrumah examines the implications of David Cameron’s trip to Tripoli

Libya has been a point of origin for the current conflict in Mali, but it may also become one of its victims, writes Hassan Fathi Al-Qashawi

The UN examines smuggled arms as EU members negotiate the release of Western hostages, reports Nasser Arrabyee

The creation of a new opposition coalition is putting pressure on Tunisia’s troika government, writes Lassad Ben Ahmed in Tunis

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