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Al-Ahram Weekly examines what lies behind this week’s bitter verbal spat between Addis Ababa on one side, and Cairo and Khartoum on the other
While it coincides with the launch of a national vaccination scheme against Covid-19, the beginning of Ramadan this week has brought worries of a spike in cases
Stabilising Libya is one of many concerns Cairo and Tunis share
Analysing the significance of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s visit to Cairo this week
Political parties express support for President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi over GERD talks, reports Gamal Essam El-Din
What has Covid-19 taught us about disparities in human rights? Al-Ahram Weekly looks for answers
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Egypt’s private-sector workers are waiting in line for an increase in their minimum wage commensurate with that of state employees
Beneficiaries of Egypt’s Go Green initiative have started receiving their natural gas powered vehicles
Parliament has begun discussing the state’s 2021-22 budget and development plans
The memorable Pharaohs’ Golden Parade and recent astounding archaeological discoveries will help draw more high-end cultural tourists to Egypt
Outlining what is needed for Egypt to hit its $100 billion exports target
Amendments to Egypt’s bankruptcy laws have been approved in a bid to enhance the business environment
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Iran has vowed to take revenge for an episode of 'nuclear terrorism' that could delay its uranium-enrichment programme by nine months
Muslims around the world celebrate the advent of the holy month of Ramadan in various ways that reflect their countries’ ...
By restoring US funding to the Palestinian Relief Agency, the Biden administration has reversed its predecessor’s hardline stance on Palestine
Arab powerhouses trying to pull Iraq out of Iran’s sphere of influence might face a tremendous challenge
Only issues relating to the US rejoining the nuclear deal with Iran are being discussed at the Vienna talks that opened last week despite Tehran’s desire to extend them
Sayed Abdel-Meguid discusses Turkey-EU relations in light of the latest protocol faux pas in Ankara
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Abdel-Moneim Said celebrates the historical moment
The strategy of the US Biden administration towards China will be a combination of deterrence and cooperation, writes Hussein Haridy
Formed 30 years ago to promote economic integration in the South American region, the Southern Common Market of MERCOSUR is developing its Free Trade Agreement with Egypt
The world must confront the challenges of climate change through appropriate and flexible policies and not jargon-ridden recommendations, writes Mahmoud Mohieldin
Europe’s economic cooperation with the Iranian regime is helping Tehran push its terrorist agenda in Europe and the Middle East region, writes Hany Ghoraba
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Al-Ahram Weekly reviews some of the panorama's highlights in its unusual 13th round
The seventh Alexandria Short Film Festival took place between 5 and 10 April
Shaker Al-Idressi’s artistic harvest filled the halls of the Nile Gallery in Zamalek last March
The long-standing assistant director and director Manal Ebrahim’s unique exhibition which took place last March bears witness to the Egyptian independent theatre and beyond
The memoirs of British colonial officials can contain intriguing information about life in early twentieth-century Egypt
Al-Ahram Weekly relishes that rare thing: A khayamiya exhibition at a Zamalek art gallery
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Laughter is not easy, especially nowadays when we need it most. Fear and oppression have wiped away our smiles. Panic-stricken ...
One more scandal is infuriating the British royal family. The unthinkable, unaccepted, unimaginable has happened. “Never ...
She was the epitome of the most perfect woman on earth. Beautiful, sweet, self-sacrificing, soft-spoken, patient, ...
Dear Reader, as you read these lines, you probably do not give a second thought to who you are. You are either a ...
The task of the historian is to tell the story of the past. He cannot lose sight of acts and facts, bitter as they ...
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A 3,000-year-old lost city that has lain buried for millennia beneath the sands has been uncovered on the west bank of the Nile at Luxor, writes Nevine El-Aref
New research casts light on the early civilisations of the Arabian Peninsula, writes Zahi Hawass
The Pharaohs Golden Parade that left the world mesmerised last weekend was the culmination of more than 18 months of hard work by all those taking part including hundreds of unsung heroes
A collection of ancient will embark on a journey across Cairo to their final resting place at the in April, reports
Victor Ghica, director of the mission, told Al-Ahram Weekly that he believed that all the evidence suggested that the monastic remains were not only the oldest ever found in Egypt, but also in the world as a whole
Five ancient Egyptian artefacts were repatriated from Germany and Canada to Egypt this week
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The Cairo island of Manial Al-Roda is a neighbourhood where the sounds of Ramadan are diverse and celebrated
Could Egypt be on the way to achieving self-sufficiency in nuts, helping to cut the cost of buying them for consumers in the holy month of Ramadan
Al-Ahram Weekly sounds out experts about the reasons behind last week’s train collision in Sohag after years of work to upgrade Egypt’s railways
Chairman of the National Organisation for Urban Harmony explains work being done to document the architectural and social history of Cairo and other cities
In two books published in 2010 and 2018, the late Egyptian novelist Mekkawi Said drew a very detailed profile of Downtown Cairo
The issuing of three commemorative coins to honour three patriarchs of Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church sums up the story of a delicate relationship
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How do different Muslim countries around the world celebrate Ramadan? As this year’s holy month begins, Al-Ahram Weekly samples Ramadan rituals across the globe
Virtual tours have become more and more important for Egypt’s tourism sector in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic
Is the global trend to ban plastic drinking straws in cafés and restaurants really an effective way of combating plastic waste?
Alexandria retains many of its places of leisure and romance, with many visitors pleased to take a trip down memory lane
The slowdown of global growth, decline in international flows of trade, underemployment, and decline in the labour force are also impacting Egypt’s prosperity
Various brutal crimes have recently shaken the Arab world, sparking a heated debate over their motives
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Egypt’s traditional Ramadan Sohour meal of fava beans eaten before dawn remains the country’s quintessential nutritional repast
Uniting to help all children was the message of this year’s World Autism Day celebrations in Alexandria
She Can Ride is an initiative launched three years ago by a young woman called Sara Gamal who wanted to share the happiness ...
Anise has long held pride of place as a savoury spice as well as a powerful antidote in cultures from Egypt to Greece, Italy and beyond
The new Museum of Illusions in Cairo offers tricks to bewilder the senses of visitors as well as their minds
In many cases driven abroad by poverty and conflict at home, more and more African female household workers are looking for a better future in Egypt
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Serves 6 Ingredients: 1 kg veal or tender beef cutlets (largely diced) 3 cups Basmati rice 2 onions ...
Serves 4-6 Ingredients: 1 kg large shrimp (deveined, tailed or tails intact) 1 onion (finely chopped) 1 ...
Serves 4 Ingredients: 3 large carrots (peeled, sliced) 3 large zucchini (sliced) 2 cups mushroom ...
Serves 4-6 Ingredients: 2 cups orzo 2 x 200 gm glass jars (artichoke quarters in French dressing solution) 1 ...
Serves 4 Ingredients: 8 veal steaks from top side thigh (medium thickness) 2 tsp minced garlic 2 ...
Serves 6-8 Ingredients: 2 x 200 gm tuna canned chunks (mashed by fork) 2 medium-sized avocados (diced) 1/2 ...
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Ramadan is one of the favourite times of year for Muslims around the world. It’s a time for celebration, spiritual growth, and precious time spent with loved ones. Then there’s all the delicious food.
The best way to get rid of dark circles is to prevent them in the first place. You may not be able to completely stop them from occurring, but if you change your lifestyle you may prevent them from reoccurring
There are very few items of clothing that transcend the seasons and passing fads quite like a good pair of jeans. They ...
Some deodorants can create hard-to-erase stains, white marks made up of antiperspirant particles that contain salts and ...
Golden berries are powerful detoxifiers and are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that nourish the liver and kidneys that play a critical role in flushing toxinsout of the body
Dark and stagnant places are breeding grounds for negative energy. So, let the sunlight and fresh air in to clear the stagnant air inside and allow the negative energy to escape.
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Secretary-General of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Chileshe Kapwepwe talks about the organisation’s efforts to deepen African economic integration to Mona Sewilam
Upper Egypt has long been the focus of film documentaries tackling poverty issues, but one French filmmaker has sought to capture moments of childhood joy
From facing enemies on the battlefield to heading the Cairo Opera House, Samir Farag’s autobiography is unusually rich in remarkable stories, writes Gihan Al-Gharabawi
The foreign minister’s assistant for human rights and international humanitarian and social affairs, Ahmed Ihab Gamaleddin underlines that Egypt is open to “constructive dialogue” on human rights, writes Bassem Aly
In the second of a two-part interview, holistic health coach Dana Dinnawi explains how women can look radiant, take back control of their health, and get over stress and emotional eating
In the first of a two-part interview, nutritionist and health coach Dana Dinnawi explains the role hormones play in our bodies and how healthy eating can help to reset them to improve our lives to Gihan Shahine
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Al-Ahram Weekly’s 30th anniversary comes at an important time for Egypt and the region and during a period of disruption in the newspaper industry, but the paper remains faithful to its goals
The first edition of Al-Ahram Weekly hit the newsstands 30 years ago, establishing a tradition of English-language journalism in Egypt that is as relevant as ever today
As Al-Ahram Weekly celebrates its 30th birthday, thoughts turn to its founding generation and to its continuing crucial role,
After the Covid-19 pandemic that dominated 2020, the task for the world, the Middle East and Egypt in 2021 is to move on from the crisis and deal with its economic and social repercussions
Mohamed Al-Barghouti celebrates the birth of renowned Egyptian geologist Roshdi Said 100 years ago, whose work on the River Nile, land reclamation, and mineral wealth in Egypt has yet to be fully appreciated
In an exclusive interview with Al-Ahram Weekly, President of the Republic of Armenia Armen Sarkissian talks about the humanitarian crisis in the Caucasus
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Celebrating the birthday of the late Saad Kamel (1924-2012), the prominent folklore-oriented graphic artist and founder ...
“Singular”, a solo exhibition of paintings by Salam Yousry, is currently showing at SOMA gallery. Yousry engages ...
Safarkhan gallery presents a thrilling exhibition of paintings entitled “The Third Eye”, by Karim Abdel Malak. Abdel ...
“The Pandemic” solo exhibition of paintings by Mohamed Bassuony is currently on display at Easel and Camera ...
At Tahrir Cultural Centre, the “Robert Colescott - The Cairo Years” exhibition showcases four paintings made ...
The Mashrabia Gallery of Contemporary Art presents its seventh collaboration with the Spanish artist XavierPuigmartí, ...
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Generally, shows begin at, 9:30pm, however each cinema has its show times during the month of Ramadan. Americana ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
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Aisha Fahmy Palace 1 Aziz Abaza St, Zamalek, Tel 02 2735 8211 The Complex of Arts “The Journey”, ...
Aisha Fahmy Palace 1 Aziz Abaza St, Zamalek, Tel 02 2735 8211 The Complex of Arts “The Journey”, ...
Aisha Fahmy Palace 1 Aziz Abaza St, Zamalek, Tel 02 2735 8211 The Complex of Arts “The Journey”, ...
Cairo Opera Complex Gezira Exhibition Grounds, Zamalek Salah Taher gallery Tel 02 2739 0132/0144 Photography ...
Cairo Opera Complex Gezira Exhibition Grounds, Zamalek Salah Taher gallery Tel 02 2739 0132/0144 “Towa, ...
Cairo Opera Complex Gezira Exhibition Grounds, Zamalek Salah Taher gallery Tel 02 2739 0132/0144 “Towa, ...
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French Institute of Oriental Archaeology The Institute has launched its new website at the beginning of 2021. You ...
Amir Bashtak Palace Al-Muaaz St, Tel 02 2787 9187 Every Saturday and Wednesday, 4pm: The training courses of the ...
American University in Cairo AUC New Cairo Mon 5, 11am-4pm(GMT+2), doors close at 10.55am: As part of AUC SpeakUp ...
American University in Cairo Tues 30, 7-8pm(GMT+2): Join this session of the Gerhart Centre Webinar Series (GCWS) ...
American University in Cairo Thurs 18, 1-2pm(GMT+2): The webinar session titled “Perfecting your Product Launch ...
American University in Cairo Mon 15, 7-8pm(GMT+2): Join this session of the Gerhart Center Webinar Series (GCWS) titled ...
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The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Cairo Puppet Theatre Next to the Al-Attaba Metro Station, Tel 02 2591 0954 Rehlat Al-Zaman Al-Gamil (A Journey ...
The cultural activities have started gradually to reopen in the country. The reopening has included theatres, museums, ...
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The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
The Culture Ministry applies all precautionary and preventive measures with daily sterilization of the theatres in order ...
Arab Music Institute 22 Ramsis St, Tel 02 2574 3373 Thurs 18, 8pm: The Abdel-Halim Noweira Arab Music Ensemble ...
The cultural activities have started gradually to reopen in the country. The reopening has included theatres, museums, ...
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As the African Champions League closes in on the knockout stage, some Egyptian fans are calm while others are tense, reports Inas Mazhar
Egypt wins a world junior championship in fencing, reports Abeer Anwar
Egypt is on the verge of qualifying for yet another Africa Cup of Nations
The event, held at the premises of Al-Ahram Establishment, in Heikal Hall, was attended by the establishment’s Chairman ...
The revival of the Shotgun World Cup in Cairo and other local and international tidbits
Marawan Elshafei reflects on the poor performance and complicated situation of the two Egyptian clubs participating in the African Champions League
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Cairo for Investment and Real Estate Development (CIRA): Egypt’s largest provider of educational services has acquired ...
As the holy month approaches, the collective sense of festivity is rising with people looking forward to the delicacies ...
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
Libya has embarked on a new interim phase, its fifth since the Libyan crisis broke out. As an influential stakeholder ...
Do last week’s bombings in Baghdad signal a re-eruption of the war against the Islamic State group in Iraq
A project to allow better access to the River Nile is underway in cities across northern and southern Egypt
Pompeo called Pashinyan and Aliyev separately and pressed them to abide by their commitments
Orascom Investment Holding (OIH): The company owned by business tycoon Naguib Sawiris might be considering acquiring a ...
Excess water from the Nile’s exceptional flooding this year is being used to rejuvenate the river flow and cleanse the soil of the Delta
Nearly two decades after the death of the late Palestinian-American writer Edward Said, it is more important than ever that we adopt his thinking as a tool to analyse ourselves
Sheikh Sabah was foreign minister for 40 years after 1963. He was the last surviving figure of Kuwait’s popular ruling elite that was associated with modernisation of the small oil-rich Gulf emirate in the 1970s
Ankara is looking for ways out of the corner it has painted itself in
What resources do some of the world’s pre-eminent cultural institutions have to offer on Egypt and the Arab world during the Covid-19 pandemic, asks David Tresilian
The members of the Cleopatra Group, a group of foreign ambassadors in Cairo, will have their names engraved in golden hieroglyphic letters because of their love for Egypt
ELECTRICITY in Egyptian households will increase by 19 per cent on average starting July, Minister of Electricity Mohamed ...
The Cairo Declaration could be the foundation on which warring parties in Libya begin negotiating a political settlement, writes Ahmed Eleiba
Mega projects and new cities have dominated development during the last six years, reports Ahmed Morsy
The government took MPs by surprise this week when it submitted a law aiming to impose “fees” on a number of goods and activities
There has been evidence of a recent warming of relations between the Arab Gulf countries and the Syrian regime, writes Ahmed Mostafa
A belated “voluntary quarantine” has toughened the battle against Covid-19 in Turkey, reports Sayed Abdel-Meguid
Several measures have been taken by the Ministry of Sports to combat the coronavirus 
After global sports competitions were put on hold, it didn’t take long before some high-profile athletes caught the novel coronavirus
A CONSERVATOR restores an Islamic piece of art before its permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation, ...
Zahi Hawass describes the challenges of excavating the water-filled Osiris Shaft on the Giza Plateau, the burial place of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Cheops
With most reformers disqualified from running, Iran’s parliamentary elections returned a landslide victory for conservatives, albeit on meagre voter turnout
Al-Ahram Weekly investigates the causes of the pound’s appreciation against the US dollar
Algerians are marking the anniversary of a year of massive popular protests demanding an overhaul of the ruling system
Al-Ahram Weekly looks at how electric vehicles are catching up in the Egyptian market
Replacing the US troops withdrawing from the country with a NATO training mission could be Iraq’s best option, for now
Demands are growing for the government to reprice the gas sold to industry so that it can cut costs and increase competitiveness
Natural gas prices are dropping on the back of falling global energy prices
International Labour Organisation Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Africa Cynthia Samuel-Olonjuwon explained the challenges facing the continent’s workforce in an interview with Al-Ahram Weekly
Trump’s deal on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict displays all the arrogance of a businessman who cares nothing for those whose lives he seeks to buy
During its presidency of the African Union, Egypt highlighted the needs of the continent to the world
Iraqi protesters have been pleading for outside help as they come under attack for rejecting the country’s new prime minister, but the world is too busy to listen
Al-Ahram Weekly finds reasons for optimism following the latest round of negotiations on GERD
All films screened in commercial cinemas are changed on Wednesday. Generally, shows begin at 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, ...
Special Olympics athletes gave up their gold medals as a sign of appreciation, reports Abeer Anwar
A positive national image is an essential ingredient in the promotion of exports and investment, so should countries invest more in national branding
Starting July electricity bills will cease to include a component for garbage collection
Could Iran have been deterred from retaliating more effectively to the assassination of Al-Quds Force leader Qassem Suleimani by US threats to destroy the holy city of Qom, asks Said Okasha
Tunisian President Kais Saied has asked the country’s parliamentary blocs to nominate a new prime minister after they rejected the government of Habib Jemli
New Omani Sultan Haitham Bin Tariq has pledged to walk in the footsteps of his predecessor. But Oman faces significant challenges that may test its traditional policy of neutrality, writes Haitham Nouri
Some world museums are still following the methods of the past and buying antiquities that have been stolen in Egypt
Malinne Blomberg, Egypt country manager for the African Development Bank, explains the role of the bank in Egypt’s development efforts and the opportunities available on the African continent
As tensions peak between Washington and Tehran after the US assassination of Qassem Suleimani, Iraq is likely to be the ground on which the balance of forces is settled or upturned
There was widespread rejoicing among the opposition in Syria at the news of the assassination of Iranian Al-Quds Force leader Qassem Suleimani
The fourth and last round of technical discussions between Egyptian, Sudanese and Ethiopian water resources and irrigation ...
With the Zohr field’s daily production increasing and new discoveries and more regional deals coming online, Egypt moved closer towards becoming a regional energy hub in 2019
It was quite a year for Egyptian sports: tears of joy but also of disappointments. Ahram Weekly delves into the ups and downs of 2019 and how athletes will meet the challenges in the year ahead
The wave of protests that shook Iraq over the final months of 2019 has given rise to hopes and fears for the future
This year saw the stabilisation of Egypt’s macro-economic indices, with experts saying that further structural reforms are now in order
Ahram Weekly reviews 12 months in which military spending skyrocketed while instability continued and little progress was made in resolving long-running regional conflicts
April’s constitutional amendments have yet to invigorate political life
Nile clean-up campaigns, limiting single-use plastics and converting waste into energy were among this year’s growing efforts to protect the environment
While 2019 witnessed the demise of the IS Caliphate, confrontations with other terrorist organisations escalated throughout the year
A ‘cold peace’ approach to the crisis that has led to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt cutting their relations with Qatar could derail relations in the region
Two agreements inked between Libya’s Fayez Al-Sarraj and Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan have elicited outrage across the Libya, writes Reda Shaaban
Lionel Messi won the Ballon d’Or for a record sixth time while Mohamed Salah came fifth, reports Abeer Anwar
Rare discoveries at the Saqqara Necropolis including mummified lion cubs and statuettes of crocodiles, cobras, mongooses, and dozens of cats shed light on the ancient Egyptian use of animals in worship, reports Nevine El-Aref
Zahi Hawass describes favourite objects from the tomb of the ancient Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamun, the subject of a major exhibition in London
Tunisia’s Islamist Ennahda Party now controls the country’s parliament and government after its victory in the October parliamentary elections
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo’s Tahrir Square is celebrating its 117th anniversary with two temporary exhibitions and a first look at its renovations, writes Nevine El-Aref
Yet again, the vast majority of states in the UN have voted down US sanctions on Cuba. Yet they persist, with ravaging consequences, writes Faiza Rady
Will the Riyadh Agreement between the internationally recognised government of Yemen and the Southern Transitional Council finally give the country the peace it deserves, asks Haitham Nouri
Erdogan paid a visit to the US capital, but can he breach the divide between the US and Turkish strategic interests and goals, asks Sayed Abdel-Meguid
Many European countries are baffled by US President Donald Trump’s “keep the oil” strategy in Syria, writes Manal Lotfy
Director of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations Julien Barnes-Dacey gave his views on the current situation in the Middle East to Suzy Elgeneidy 
The Syrian Constitutional Committee tasked with drafting a new constitution for Syria is unlikely to achieve sustainable results, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus
While Hamas and Fatah both publicly embrace the call for general and presidential elections, it appears that division and distrust, once again, are getting in the way of moving forward, writes Haitham Ahmed
Iraq’s protests have morphed far beyond anger over some political and economic grievances, writes Salah Nasrawi
The committee tasked with drafting a new Syrian constitution met in Geneva this week against a background of mutual accusations and recrimination, writes Bassel Oudat in Damascus
Despite his bombast, Erdogan’s intervention in northeast Syria has amounted to nothing for Ankara, writes Sayed Abdel-Meguid
The Riyadh Agreement sets out measures to be taken in the forthcoming period under the supervision of the Arab Coalition, writes Ahmed Eleiba
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has filed a complaint against the French news magazine Le Point for its coverage of his policies, reports Sayed Abdel-Meguid
A Saudi-sponsored deal in Yemen may pave the way to a political solution to the conflict in the country
While Islamic State group affiliates remain in number, their cohesion is likely to significantly weaken with the death of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, writes Ahmed Kamel Al-Beheiri
Candidates have registered for next month’s presidential election in defiance of the protest movement. Amira Howeidy reports
Born on 9 November 1936, the late Abdel-Hadi Al-Wishahi would have been 83 this month. Honouring the memory of her famed teacher, sculptor Houreya El-Sayed explores the secrets behind the power of his inimitable sculptures
Egypt's musical theatre company has numerous successes in their portfolio, with the latest one being an award for Best Music Video at the ninth annual MoziMotion festival, held in Hilversum, the Netherlands
China is becoming a driving force in the transition to green energy across the Middle East
Gulf countries, routinely strident on preserving the state in the face of popular protests, are noticeably circumspect on Lebanon’s mass demonstrations, writes Ahmed Mustafa
Why Iran sees anti-corruption protests in Iraq as a threat to its influence in the neighbouring country, writes Salah Nasrawi
If successful, negotiations between the Sudanese government and armed movements will put Khartoum on the right political and economic path, writes Haitham Nouri
The production, an adaptation of Voltaire’s Candide, has enjoyed great public success since it premiered in July
Fresh talks appear underway. But will Iran commit to a genuine peace in Yemen, asks Ahmed Elieba
A MOBILE application that allows users to report unremoved garbage is now available, writes Mahmoud Bakr
Further signs of a desire to de-escalate tensions in the Gulf emerged from Saudi Arabia and the UAE this week, writes Ahmed Mustafa
Football is the world’s number one sport in every country, but squash is becoming the pride of many Egyptians
With Algeria moving towards presidential elections later this year, the public’s priority remains removing the remnants of the former regime, writes Haitham Nouri
Tunisia’s political parties are regrouping behind the candidates who made it through to the run-offs in the country’s presidential elections
With a full-fledged agenda topped by the Iran crisis, climate change and global development — and denuclearisation ...
BRITAIN’s opposition Labour Party voted to open negotiations on a new Brexit deal at its conference this week. Britain’s ...
Busy working days and a healthy body can go hand-in-hand if we just know how, writes Mariam Ayman
At the UN for his third address as US president, and despite rising calls in Congress for his impeachment, Trump lashed out at Iran but left the door open for compromise, reports Khaled Dawoud
After a second election this year, Israeli politics remains stymied unless Netanyahu steps down, which is unlikely when the premiership is his main protection against looming corruption charges, writes Said Okasha
Citing unpaid debt, Israel is cutting electricity across the West Bank, putting the health and food sectors in particular into grave peril, writes Haitham Ahmed
The winds of change are always blowing. Brace yourself. Change is coming and it is coming fast. The entire fabric of life ...
## “In Memoriam of Raouf Abdel-Meguid” features a rare collection of paintings by the truly iconic, award-winning ...
## Vote of confidence THE WAFD, Egypt’s oldest political party, on Sunday renewed its confidence in Bahaaeddin ...
GIANA Lotfiof Egypt took back the spotlight after her victory in the karate World Cup in Japan. The triumph in the female ...
Zamalek won the Egypt Football Cup after overpowering newcomers Pyramids FC 3-0, reports Abeer Anwar
Said Okasha examines the composition of domestic political forces that may see an unusual alliance form
The debate on leaving the European Union in Britain is damaging core democratic values in the country, among them parliamentary scrutiny and the rule of law, writes Manal Lotfy in London
New elections are looming in Britain amid warnings that the government may ignore the parliamentary opposition, writes Manal Lotfy in London
Is the West still a reliable international partner for Egypt
The Egyptian powerhouse football club hires a relative unknown as their new coach

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