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Current issue | Issue 1364, (12 - 18 October 2017)
Wednesday,18 October, 2017
Issue 1364, (12 - 18 October 2017)

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Jan 5 2017 1:43PM

The New Year’s Eve terrorist attack in Istanbul appears unlikely to be the last as Turkey’s woes continue under Erdogan, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

May 14 2016 2:51PM

After the attack on an Armenian MP in the Turkish parliament, the Istanbul Human Rights Association has urged that action be taken against any similar attacks, writes Nora Koloyan-Keuhnelian

Apr 12 2016 10:06PM

Palestine and post-Arab Spring turmoil top the agenda at the OIC Summit in Istanbul, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Mar 22 2016 10:22PM

Mixed fortunes characterised developments in Turkey this week, with Ahmet Davutoglu claiming as historic a deal struck with Europe in the context of the refugee crisis, contrasted with Saturday’s bombing in Istanbul that put again in question the capacity of the government to safeguard the country, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Mar 22 2016 10:21PM

Mixed fortunes characterised developments in Turkey this week, with Ahmet Davutoglu claiming as historic a deal struck with Europe in the context of the refugee crisis, contrasted with Saturday’s bombing in Istanbul that put again in question the capacity of the government to safeguard the country, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Dec 14 2015 5:28PM

Istanbul’s most famous public square continues to be a lightning rod of national political sentiment, particularly over the identity and rules of governance of modern Turkey, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Nov 4 2015 12:03AM

Turkey’s ruling AKP has staged a strong comeback in the country’s legislative elections and will now form a single-party government, writes David Barchard in Istanbul

Jun 3 2015 3:26AM

The formation of an anti-Shia bloc under Saudi leadership is straining Turkey’s ties with its eastern neighbour Iran, writes Cagri Ozdemir in Istanbul

May 6 2015 2:19PM

While May Day demonstrators in Istanbul faced teargas and thugs, Turkey’s President Erdogan was waxing lyrical about how progress will only come with him at the helm, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Mar 11 2015 3:47PM

The election strategy pursued by Turkey’s main Kurdish party signals its desire to become a national political force, writes Cagri Ozdemir from Istanbul

Jan 22 2015 4:17AM

Pieter Stockmanstakes a look at the daily life of two families from Aleppo, now living in Istanbul, both struggling and worried about their futures

Jan 7 2015 12:58PM

What saved Egypt from the cruel fate of Syria is that amid revolution the people rediscovered the ultimate value of the nation state, writes Azmi Ashour

Nov 27 2014 6:50PM

Diplomatic courtesies during US vice-president Joe Biden’s recent visit to Istanbul could not disguise tensions between the two countries, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid in Ankara

Oct 2 2013 3:21PM

Identifying Turkey with its current government could prompt many Egyptians to forgo the pleasures of Turkish literature
and the glories of Istanbul,
writes Dina Ezzat

Sep 11 2013 3:26PM

The failure of Istanbul in its bid to host the 2020 Olympics appears part of a broader decline in the fortunes of Turkey’s government and prime minister, writes Sayed Abdel-Maguid

Sep 9 2013 5:53PM

Istanbul and Madrid hopes vanish, reports Ghada Abdel-Kader

Jun 5 2013 4:08PM

The demonstrations against the redevelopment of Istanbul’s Taksim Square have turned into a nationwide test for the Turkish government, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid

Jun 5 2013 2:55PM

The protests in Istanbul started off with legitimate concerns but were hijacked by communists bent on bringing anarchy to Turkey, writes Aylin Kocaman

May 21 2013 5:23PM

As our U-20 national team prepares for the World Cup next month in Turkey, Ahmed Hamdi goes to Istanbul to ask football fans which Egyptian players they can’t forget

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