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Thursday, 23 February 2017
Books
French historian, Henry Laurens, celebrated the launch of the last volume of his book 'The Question of Palestine'

The world's oldest and largest book fair runs from 26 January to 10 February at Nasr City Fairgrounds

This year will host Morocco as a guest of honour and poet Salah Abdel-Sabour as the person of the year and an expanded Chinese participation

The longlist includes 16 novels chosen from 186 entries by authors from 19 countries

The writers, who consider themselves pupils of late rights lawyer Ahmed Seif El-Islam, compile cases documenting the prominent lawyer's defence of human rights in Egypt and the price his family had to pay

The novels selected were chosen from 186 entries from 19 countries, all published between July 2015 and June 2016
29 year old Abbad Yahya's novel was confiscated by the Palestinian authorities in the West Bank that issued him an arrest warrant too
Yiannopoulos is an editor of the rightwing news website Breitbart, and is known for inflammatory remarks about women and Muslims
The novel is called "The Hellfire Club" and it takes place in a world that well predates the Trump administration
The workshop targets young journalists ages 20 to 25 interested in improving their arts and culture writing
After eight years, Farouk Hosni reveals the secrets behind his 2009 failed bid to be elected UNESCO director-general
This year marks the 48th round of one of the world's biggest book fairs
Historian Mohamed Afifi will sign his new book on Shubra at the Supreme Council for Culture tonight at 6:00pm
The shortlist for the prestigious Sawiris Award includes Ahmed El-Fakharany, Mohamed Rabea, Ahmed Magdy Hamma, and Haitham Dabour
Le Seuil threatened to take legal actions after the publication in six countries last month of "Vincent Van Gogh, the fog of Arles: the rediscovered sketchbook" in which the sketches are reproduced
The woman found the 1929 copy of "Travels With A Donkey In The Cevennes" by Robert Louis Stevenson while clearing out her house
The Open Eye Award was granted to Kabil for her interview titled 'We have to create a third pole" with Lebanese intellectual and researcher Gilbert Ashkar

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