Al-Ahram Weekly's Articles

As the world celebrates the bicentenary of the decipherment of hieroglyphs and the creation of Egyptology, leading Egyptologist and former antiquities minister Zahi Hawass has asked for the return of the Rosetta Stone from London

Twenty factories will be chosen to improve energy efficiency in industry, reports Ghada Raafat.

In an arguably unwarranted escalation, Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi set off an alarming standoff between the US and China by visiting Taiwan.

There have been new developments in the investigation into the former director of the Louvre Museum in Paris charged with conspiring to hide the origin of ancient Egyptian artefacts

The style of the killing of Fakhrizadeh also appears to follow the pattern of the killing of other Iranian scientists in the past

An agreement signed by Egypt and Greece in August established an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) to allow both countries to make the best use of their resources, particularly hydrocarbons

Since its establishment two years ago, the YCC aims to grow political life and work with youth to put an end to the state of polarisation and find common ground

Pompeo called Pashinyan and Aliyev separately and pressed them to abide by their commitments

Protesters marked a year since the outbreak of last year’s uprising in Lebanon with a march in Beirut this week

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

Despite the challenges posed by the global pandemic Egypt is striving to keep the economic ball rolling