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Current issue | Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)
Tuesday,24 October, 2017
Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)

Ahram Weekly

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Oct 19 2017 11:42PM

While Americans reel from natural and man-made catastrophes, Trump seems only to care about adding to their collective anxieties, writes James Zogby

 

Oct 17 2017 10:39PM

Commander of the Egyptian Air Force Younis Al-Masry describes its dedication and expertise in an interview with Al-Ahram Weekly

 

Oct 17 2017 10:34PM

MPs have their own agenda for this legislative session

Oct 17 2017 10:29PM

A new state of emergency is now in place. Mona El-Nahhas explores the debate over its justification and constitutionality

 

Oct 17 2017 10:28PM

Social media campaigns are calling for the release of activists Ahmed Douma and Alaa Abdel-Fattah, reports Ahmed Morsy

 

Oct 17 2017 10:28PM

Mai Samih finds out what’s all the fuss about the new Japanese schools in Cairo

 

Oct 17 2017 9:47PM

Oct 17 2017 9:46PM

As Iraqi government forces entered the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk this week, local residents came out to greet them with celebrations in the streets, reports Nermeen Al-Mufti in Kirkuk

 

Oct 17 2017 9:31PM

Turkey’s military intervention could prevent or accelerate the destruction of northern Syria, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus

 

Oct 17 2017 9:30PM

The visa crisis between Washington and Ankara signals unprecedented tension between the two ostensible NATO allies, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

 

Oct 17 2017 9:29PM

Libya’s competing political domains haggle over details while the possibility of renewed civil war looms should a fresh national accord fail to materialise, writes Kamel Abdallah

 

Oct 17 2017 9:31PM

Various expeditions have been unearthing treasure troves in Abusir, Saqqara and Matariya during the autumn season, reports Nevine El-Aref

Oct 17 2017 9:28PM

Egypt needs to place itself more firmly on the international gold-mining map, writes Doaa Montasser

 

Oct 17 2017 9:10PM

A new decree that obliges food manufacturers to print price tags on products has been widely criticised, writes Nesma Nowar

 

Oct 17 2017 9:12PM

Women in sport will be the main theme of this year’s Dubai International Symposium for Sports Creativity

Oct 17 2017 9:13PM

Zamalek might pull out of the league. For a different reason, FIFA might impose punitive measures on the club. Inas Mazhar reports on the squad’s wild week

 

Oct 17 2017 9:14PM

Egyptian couple Ali Farag and Nour Al-Tayeb wrote their names into the history books as they triumphed at the 2017 US Open to become the first married couple in sporting history ever to win the same major sports title on the same day, reports Abeer Anwar

Oct 17 2017 8:32PM

Recent claims made about the Sphinx and Pyramids at Giza are little more than hallucinations, writes Zahi Hawass

 

Oct 17 2017 7:28PM

William Melaney, Bildungsroman. Cairo: Sefsafa Publishing House, 2017, pp.70 - Reviewed by Ferial J. Ghazoul 

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