Sunday,28 May, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1332, (16 - 22 February 2017)
Sunday,28 May, 2017
Issue 1332, (16 - 22 February 2017)

Ahram Weekly

YOUTH

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to choose the career you want because you like it, asks Abeya El-Bakry

Farah El-Akkad goes back to basics

Whoever said travelling is expensive? Angy Essam enjoyed a whole new way to go

Gehad Hussein converses with Kashef, an Egyptian machine with a bloodhound nose

Books are their weapons and public parks their battlefield against shallowness and ignorance. Sarah Eissa looks at the Culture Corner

Ameera Fouad finds out how a photo can change lives in Alexandria

Gehad Hussein takes a look at Shayfeencom, Egypt’s election-monitoring movement

Fouada Watch is a symbol of Egyptian women’s fight for their rights. Angy Essam reviews the initiative’s activities

Farah El-Akkad learns how and where to report traffic violations

Nada Barakat highlights the violence youth are subjected to

Gehad Hussein sees how Egyptian women are harassed and how they fight back

Gehad Hussein sees how Egyptian women are harassed and how they fight back

Farah El-Akkad asked around about who was responsible for all the violence

Angy Essam gets some insight into those behind the mask

A lot of young people haven’t come home, laments Ameera Fouad

Farah El-Akkad followed the social movements that were born in Tahrir

Angy Essam listens to the Ultras’ side of the Port Said story

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