Al-Ahram Weekly's Articles

The reconstruction of the casing of the Menkaure Pyramid on the Pyramids Plateau has sparked a lively debate

South Africa has instituted proceedings against Israel at the International Court of Justice on charges of genocide in Gaza, setting an important precedent for international responses to the war.

Al-Ahram Weekly toured polling stations to sound out voters

Nour Al-Sherbini, the current world No 1 in squash, is gunning for a gold medal at the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics although time might not be on her side

Throughout the years, Al-Ahram Weekly has always worked to capture the testimonies and memoirs of those who were there at the front line during the October War fighting to make the aspired Crossing of the Suez Canal a reality.

An earthquake of devastating proportions struck Morocco last week, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.

Libya is asking for international assistance in the wake of Storm Daniel that has left thousands dead or missing in the east of the country

The demolition of tombs in Cairo’s City of the Dead has sparked dismay among some Cairenes.

On the 75th anniversary of the Nakba – the Palestinian Catastrophe – Al-Ahram Weekly republishes the 1998 special pages commemorating 50 years of Palestinian dispossession and the creation of Israel on 14 May 1948.

Salah Salem was at the wheel that dark night -- the night Ahmed Abdel-Aziz was tragically struck down by "friendly fire". In 1953, he wrote his recollection of the hero's death in Al-Tahrir magazine

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