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  • 07
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board The ongoing public debate on the newly-envisaged upgrading of the system of education is a politically and socially healthy phenomenon. Involving as it does…
  • 06
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board Last week two important reports were issued by international bodies which revealed some of the reasons behind the economic and social troubles afflicting the…
  • 05
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board As Egypt drive to spread socio-economic development across the land of Egypt is proceeding in full gear, the concept of remote and distant areas…
  • 04
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board Hamas has been tagged as a big question mark. While Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Abu-Mazen is struggling desperately for Palestinian unity, Hamas appears to…
  • 03
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board IN an attempt to influence the world against the nuclear deal with Iran, the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has presented what he claimed…
  • 02
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board The damaging effect of last week's heavy rainfall in New Cairo, a posh Cairo suburb, has highlighted the dilapidated condition of infrastructure in some…
  • 01
  • May
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE consolidation of our national economy especially through the attraction of additional investments continues to feature high in Egypt’s external relations, signaling a commendably…
  • 30
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board IN the span of just three days, Cairo has been the centre stage of three major activities of relevance to efforts aimed at putting…
  • 29
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board The new Antiquities Protection Law, recently approved by parliament, includes an article that addresses an aspect which, it must be said, has had a…
  • 28
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board North Korean leader Kim Jong-un should be praised for “promptly – and cordially – accepting an invitation extended by South Korean President Moon Jae-in”…
  • 27
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board The article that was recently written and published by the former editor of the Charlie Hebdo magazine asking for the removal of some Qur'anic…
  • 26
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board THE absence of a comprehensive legislation organising clinical trials of new medicines could be why there is an apparent laxity in producing new medicines…
  • 25
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board A few weeks ahead of the fasting month of Ramadan, due to start in mid-May, consumers are hoping that the government will take extra…
  • 24
  • Apr
By the Gazette Editorial Board AROUND the same time last month, a respected scientific periodical, the Journal of Investigational Allergology and Clinical Immunology, reported (https://v.gd/ucabaj) the death of a…