Friday,20 October, 2017
Current issue | Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)
Friday,20 October, 2017
Issue 1365, (19 - 25 October 2017)

Ahram Weekly

Haitham Nouri

From independence in the middle decades of the last century to the growing influence of China on the

Despite the announcement of a “national consensus” government in Sudan, little has changed in the in

The death of Abbas Abdullah Siraji remains under investigation, but the trend he represented could s

A deepening famine could spur a breakthrough in the Yemen war, though for which side remains unclear

In Saudi Arabia, a number of recent royal decrees have promoted young leadership and reinstated bene

Is there still hope for peace in Yemen? The answer is no time soon

The Boko Haram terrorist group, responsible for the kidnapping of 276 women in 2014, has carried out

Rights violations under former president Yehia Gameh will be subject to public scrutiny, Gambia’s ju

A boat carrying Somali refugees was targeted off the coast of Yemen last week, killing many of those

Iran and Saudi Arabia are battling for influence on the African continent, each promoting their own

This year, the committee that awards the prestigious Ibrahim Prize for exceptional African leadershi

UNICEF has warned of the risk of man-made famine in four countries in or bordering the region

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