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Egyptian squash star and world number 1 Nour El-Sherbini lost to world number 5 Laura Massaro 3-2 ...
Did the resignation of ESCWA’s chief over a UN report describing Israel as an apartheid state let the genie out of the bottle?
Created by Shona Reppe, the Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean was performed within the Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children this month
If the import does not meet safety standards, the shipment is either destroyed or returned to the exporter at the expense of the importing company
Thousands of Hamas supporters on Saturday called for "revenge" during the Gaza funeral of ...
The CPA ordered Uber to take down a billboard showing an old woman in the backseat of a car with the caption '[thanks to Uber], I was spared 64 times from driving my mother-in-law home'
Helmi left his Zamalek post upon his request; Mali coach Alain Giresse is the favourite candidate to replace him as coach, says club president
No damage to life or property was reported
Essam Khalil has been re-elected as head of the Free Egyptians Party by a quorum of members, an internal ...
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has asked Donald Trump's administration not ...
Thirty years after the passing of Egyptian-Italian singer Dalida, French director Lisa Azuelos creates a film retracing the artist’s tumultuous life and tragic destiny
A man was killed and three others were injured Friday when an explosive device detonated in Cairo's ...
Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president overthrown in 2011 and the first leader to face trial after ...
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The museum, located in the heart of Islamic Cairo, traces the country's history through clothes, shrouds, and decorative textiles
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Arts & Culture

Not only do Cairo and Alexandria embrace the ongoing artistic festivals, but the two cities also offer a large assortment of events outside the festival's dynamics. Check them out below

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From 9 to 11 March 2017, the Catholic University (Universita Cattolica dell Sacro Cuore) of Milan ...

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Dutch writer Connie Palmen speaks of her latest novel, You Said It, that fictionalises the tragic relationship between Sylvia Plath and her husband Ted Hughes

Lebanon has officially requested Egypt to provide training to the Lebanese military, Prime Minister ...
A Giza criminal court sentenced to prison on Wednesday two police officers and four lower ranking ...
The personnel were killed when an IED detonated in their vehicles as they were attempting to chase militants during the raid
Iraqi government forces paused in their push to recapture western Mosul from Islamic State militants ...
European Union leaders celebrated the 60th anniversary of the bloc's founding treaties at a special ...
Syria's army and its allies retook a village near Hama on Saturday, a Syrian military source said, ...
Investment minister Sahar Nasr met with World Bank officials for discussions after delivery of second tranche of $3 bln loan
The programme will provide loans for energy efficiency and small-scale renewable energy investments by private companies through a group of participating banks, with the aim of also achieving energy security
The country is aiming for an economic growth rate of five percent in the next financial year 2017/18
Thirty years after the passing of Egyptian-Italian singer Dalida, French director Lisa Azuelos creates a film retracing the artist’s tumultuous life and tragic destiny
The artist's new exhibition will be held at Smolna Gallery in Warsaw
Spanish artist Roger Bernat presented an interactive performance based on Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring and Pina Bausch's choreography
From an early semi-liberal experience, Egypt passed through the vying of nationalists and Islamists. But when conditions improved, post-2011, Egyptian liberals missed the train
The recent spate of terrorist attacks on Copts in Sinai did not come as a surprise to those who have ...
When he came to office, millions were hopeful that Barack Obama would deliver on his promises regarding US relations with Arab countries. He failed.
Egyptian squash star and world number 1 Nour El-Sherbini lost to world number 5 Laura Massaro 3-2 ...
Outgoing Zamalek coach Mohamed Helmi said he will not be part of the new backroom staff after surprisingly ...
Cruyff, who died of lung cancer aged 68, signed for Barca from Ajax in 1973 and helped them to a first league title in 14 years in his first campaign. He stayed until 1978
A good sandwich is a beautiful thing. Whether you're a meat fiend or fasting for Lent, these joints have something to tempt the taste buds
Since its launch in 1969, "Sesame Street" has tackled issues such as divorce, disability, race
The trend in the latest report was for a resurgence of Asian cities.
The intact tomb of the brother of a 12th Dynasty Elephantine governor has been uncovered, containing a range of funerary goods
The newly discovered Matariya colossus most likely belongs to the 26 dynasty king Psammetich I, not King Ramses II as initially believed, says antiquities minister
Initial studies reveal that the statue is not of King Ramses II, as originally suggested

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