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Current issue | Issue 1185, (20 - 26 February 2014)
Friday,20 July, 2018
Issue 1185, (20 - 26 February 2014)

Ahram Weekly


Gamal Nkrumah asks what now for a country turned into a six-region federation with the northern Shia Houthis and some southerners rejecting the new Yemen

A video recording declaring unconvincingly a coup d’etat in Libya creates ripples, raising the spectre of foreign conspiracy amid the country’s protracted chaos, writesKamel Abdallah

A new border treaty with Iran has come as a test for Iraq’s leaders, writes Salah Nasrawi

Gamal Nkrumah analyses the root causes of the Christian-Muslim strife that has engulfed the Central African Republic and now threatens genocide

Some light is on the horizon on Hamas-Fatah reconciliation. But serious sticking points remain, writes Ahmed Al-Sayed in Gaza

Propagandists for Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad are now campaigning for his re-election, reports Bassel Oudat from Damascus

Observers fear that Lebanon’s new coalition government will prove too fragile to last, writes Hassan Al-Qishawi in Beirut

Some progress is made in talks in Addis Ababa aimed at ending civil strife in both Sudan and South Sudan. But lasting peace in either conflict remains elusive, writes Salah Khalil

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