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Current issue | Issue 1410, (20 - 26 September 2018)
Wednesday,26 September, 2018
Issue 1410, (20 - 26 September 2018)

Ahram Weekly

Hany Ghoraba

The writer is a political analyst, writer and author of Egypt’s Arab Spring and Winding Road for Democracy.

Despite some domestic opposition, Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to score a landslide vi

Recent years have seen unprecedented achievements by Egyptian women, encouraged by the support of so

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President Oprah?

Despite her achievements in other spheres, US TV personality Oprah Winfrey does not have what it tak

The current protests in Iran are the most challenging to the country’s Islamic regime since th

As the country’s war on terrorism continues, many observers cannot fathom why MPs are proposin

The decision by US President Donald Trump to move the US Embassy in Israel to the occupied city of J

Egypt has tremendous cultural and historical cachet, yet fails, time and again, to capitalise on it,

Anger is running high following the Sinai mosque attack. But the army alone should be the one to act

In a recent speech, British Prime Minister Theresa May attempted to blame the Russians for her own l

In recently reaffirming his commitment to the 2014 constitution, President Al-Sisi has definitively

The Spanish government has maintained its iron fist policy against Catalonian independence, but Euro

Upholding the pillars of democracy is the best way of commemorating Egypt’s fallen heroes in t

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