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Sunday, 19 August 2018
Murakami, who rarely appears in public, delighted fans on Sunday as he made his radio debut with a one-off music show
Asli Erdogan thinks that Turkey has a fascist regime "It is not yet 1940s Germany, but 1930s"
The buyer of the Unpublished parts of Malcolm X's autobiography was the New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
Ten key academic and historical texts on the 26 July Revolution and Gamal Abdel-Nasser
The documents published by the Egyptian national archives include King Farouk I's abdication letter and a decree announcing Mohamed Naguib as the first President of the Egyptian Republic
Miranda's book will be illustrated by Jonny Sun and will feature "affirmations" the "Hamilton" playwright has posted on Twitter over the years.
Penguin Press announced Tuesday that Harris' "The Truths We Hold: An American Journey" will come out Jan. 8, 2019
A recent book examines Alexandria’s fabled cosmopolitanism, reviewed by Dina Ezzat
Best known today for his books of nonsense, the 19th-century British writer Edward Lear was a frequent visitor to Egypt
As the #MeToo movement has made waves globally, the Swedish Academy descended into turmoil in November when local media published the testimonies of 18 women claiming to have been raped, sexually assaulted
BA conference center will host the launch of a book that comprises documents from the Alexandria Sharia Court
Many people tried to interpret the hidden messages in the book Salah posted himself reading, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F***
The issue features interviews, stats, profiles and articles on the history of the tournament
In a year dominated by such anti-Trump best-sellers as "Fire and Fury" and "A Higher Loyalty," a conservative counter-wave is growing.
Black's next book will be an open letter to his teenage son that calls for "rethinking masculinity" and how to love and be loved
Western criteria of scholarly and scientific achievement are not the universal standard against which all knowledge must be measured
The Supreme Council for Culture who convened for the annual vote are some of Egypt's most celebrated writers, artists and thinkers, along with heads of the country's highest cultural and educational institutions
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