Al-Ahram Weekly Editorial's Articles

Saudi Crown-Prince Mohamed bin Salman paid Cairo a two-day visit on Monday to discuss Biden’s upcoming visit to Jeddah.

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s meeting with the newly-appointed head of Yemen’s Presidential Leadership Council Rashad Al-Alimi early this week reflects Egypt’s determination to exert every possible effort to bring about a just and sustainable political solution in Yemen, to end the suffering of its people.

The Sinai terrorist attack in which one officer and 10 soldiers were killed earlier this week was clearly an act of desperation by an all but eradicated criminal group.

After nearly eight years of hard work, whether in fighting terrorism, restructuring the economy, rebuilding the infrastructure or confronting regional challenges, President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi announced recently that he was about to launch a new “political dialogue that suits the notion of building the new republic”.

PERSONS with disabilities are often denied the right to vote because polling stations are not customised to suit their needs. Accordingly, on 14 April, the Minister of Social Solidarity Nevine Al-Qabbag signed a protocol with the Acting President of the National Elections Commission (NEC) Ahmed Abdel-Azim Matar to adopt measures facilitating the participation of people with special needs in the electoral process.

Indeed the world is busy with the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, and Israel might be under the illusion that this is a suitable time to impose more oppressive, racist measures on Palestinians in East Jerusalem.

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine enters its third week, the potential fallout from the conflict grows ever more dangerous and confused.

Two weeks after the start of the Russian attack on Ukraine, the world, including Egypt, is reckoning up its economic losses from the conflict. In addition to an uncertainty-induced slowing down of investments, disrupted trade, and an outflow of hot money, the world is sharing a common threat – runaway inflation.

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