Friday,17 August, 2018
Current issue | Issue 1406, (16 - 29 August 2018)
Friday,17 August, 2018
Issue 1406, (16 - 29 August 2018)

Ahram Weekly

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Aug 14 2018 10:20PM

China’s campaigns of the 1950s have come back to life in its actions against the one million Uighur Muslims held for re-education, according to a UN panel, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Aug 7 2018 9:07PM

Trump’s real trouble does not come from flattering talks with North Korea, deteriorating ties with Europe or escalating confrontations with Iran, but from his alleged collusion with Russia in the US presidential elections, writes Khaled Dawoud

 

Jul 24 2018 11:17PM

Infuriated by attacks on his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, US President Donald Trump has moved to silence his critics in authoritarian style, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Jul 17 2018 10:15PM

Whatever domestic gains Trump achieved facing off with European “foes” vanished when siding with Putin against US intelligence agency claims that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential elections, reports Khaled Dawoud

Jun 19 2018 8:06PM

Despite sharp criticism from friends and foes alike for the policy of separating children from their illegal immigrant parents, US President Donald Trump is likely to stick to his guns, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

May 29 2018 10:01PM

Trump’s negotiations tactics could pose the greatest threat to chances that an unprecedented summit be held with historic arch rival, North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

May 15 2018 11:37PM

Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal has widened the rift between the US and Europe to unprecedented levels, writes Khaled Dawoud

May 1 2018 8:42PM

By pursuing an unprecedented meeting with North Korea’s leader, Trump is looking for a place in history, and maybe a Nobel Peace Prize, writes Khaled Dawoud

Apr 17 2018 11:38PM

The air strikes ordered by US President Donald Trump on Syria last week have failed to distract Americans from his many pending scandals, writes Khaled Dawoud

 

Mar 27 2018 11:36PM

If newly appointed US National Security Adviser John Bolton is to be taken at his word, the world should be bracing itself for new wars, writes Khaled Dawoud

 

Mar 21 2018 1:15AM

While the humiliating firing of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson might reflect a White House in disarray, others believe Trump now is more confident and in control, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Feb 27 2018 10:25PM

Trump has further provoked Palestinians by speeding up the process of moving the US Embassy to Occupied Jerusalem to coincide with 70 years of the Nakba, or Israel’s founding, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Feb 20 2018 10:45PM

US President Donald Trump escalated his attacks on the FBI this week after Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged 13 Russians of conspiring to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential elections, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Feb 14 2018 12:22PM

Egypt and the US confirmed their commitment to maintain strong ties and cooperation on several bilateral and volatile regional issues, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Jan 23 2018 11:43PM

US President Donald Trump was hoping to celebrate his first year in office this week, but instead was bogged down in negotiations with Congress that led to a temporary government shutdown, reports Khaled Dawoud

Jan 17 2018 1:04AM

Although former president Gamal Abdel-Nasser was born 100 years ago, controversy over his record has not faded, writes Khaled Dawoud

 

Jan 12 2018 6:53PM

Wolff’s Fire and Fury marks the heaviest blow Trump has received since taking office, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Dec 12 2017 11:26PM

Donald Trump’s decision to recognise occupied Jerusalem as Israel’s capital reflects the influence of right-wing extremists surrounding the US president, writes Khaled Dawoud

Nov 22 2017 12:07AM

Hizbullah’s Nasrallah ridicules Saudi charges that his Iranian-backed group provided ballistic missiles to Yemen. But this is unlikely to close the matter, reports Khaled Dawoud

 

Nov 14 2017 9:54PM

The sudden resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri has spurred fears that Lebanon could soon be the theatre of a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran, writes Khaled Dawoud

 

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