Ahmed Morsy's Articles

The foreign minister of Pakistan spoke with Ahmed Morsy on how Islamabad has been affected by climate change and the successful inclusion of loss and damage on the COP27 agenda

Africa — the continent most vulnerable to climate change and least responsible for emissions — needs more than promises.

The Egyptian pound fell on Thursday during trading hours by 17 percent against the US dollar and 19 percent against the euro as the Central Bank of Egypt adopts a "flexible exchange-rate regime" as part of the new economic reform programme.

Demarcating maritime borders in the Mediterranean and Red seas were critical to exploiting the Zohr gas field, which kept Egypt from going dark due to electrical shortages, President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said on Sunday.

Al-Ahram Weekly reviews Egypt’s steps to become a hub for producing and exporting green hydrogen.

Forty-one people, including 15 children, died on Sunday when a Coptic church in Imbaba was engulfed in flames. Ahmed Morsy reports on the tragic blaze

Al-Ahram Weekly reviews the recently launched website of COP27.

Amid the ongoing development and improvements in recent years of the roads and railway sector in Egypt, news of current major accidents drew headlines for their relatively large death tolls.

Egypt is on alert for monkeypox, though no cases have yet been detected.

Egypt’s first rail transit connecting Greater Cairo to the new capital has been inaugurated.

Veteran political commentator Amr Al-Chobaki gives Ahmed Morsy his take on how to make the national dialogue a success.

Some 32 residential houseboats are to be removed from the River Nile in Giza, causing a public outcry.

The former president’s son decided to make what has become a very controversial video.

Life is back without coronavirus restrictions, but not everyone is happy.

Internet usage skyrocketed in Ramadan. Al-Ahram Weekly asks why

Egypt’s car market is in limbo following decisions leading to the depreciation of the pound and a rise in interest rates.

Thousands of people on Saturday mourned the death of a Coptic priest who was murdered in Alexandria on Friday night.

On Saturday, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade Ali Moselhi said commodity prices in the local market had not yet been affected by the Russian-Ukrainian war, and blamed recent price hikes on coronavirus pandemic-led global inflation.

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