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Current issue | Issue 1166, (26 September - 2 October 2013)
Thursday,23 November, 2017
Issue 1166, (26 September - 2 October 2013)

Ahram Weekly

WORLD

Last week’s smooth elections in the Iraqi Kurdish Region contrasted with the security problems in the rest of the country, writes Nermeen Al-Mufti in Baghdad

The killing of two Israeli soldiers in occupied Palestine may signal a broader uprising ahead, writes Khaled Amayreh in Al-Khalil in the West Bank

As trials open in Tripoli and Zintan against former Gaddafi regime figures, the media is kept under wraps, writes Kamal Abdallah

Much anticipation awaits the possible visit to the UN in New York of Sudan’s president, wanted on war crimes charges by the ICC. It could be a domestic game, writes Salah Khalil

Ignoring the Westgate shopping mall attack in Kenya might smack of fiddling while Rome burns

Almost 72 per cent of the Germans headed to the polls Sunday, the majority sending Europe a simple message: we are standing by Angie, writes Mohamed Selim

As preparations for the Geneva Conference on Syria begin, the country’s opposition seems to be uncertain about the best path to follow, writes Bassel Oudat from Damascus

Mainstream US media representations of the US’s willingness to reach out to Iran, and the latter’s lack of reciprocity, until now, are just self-serving obfuscations,

For Iran to reconstruct relations with the West it must give up its Syria alliance or its nuclear programme, or both. Which, if any, it accepts will become clear this week, reports

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