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Tuesday, 20 February 2018
Written between 1937 and 1938, Umm Kalthoum memoirs — never before collected in book form — offer a fascinating glimpse into the life of the Arab's world's most iconic singer in the 20th century

A few months ago, opening a mixed-gender literary cafe in Iraq's second city would have been unthinkable

Nasser's novel, unfinished by his hand, depicted the events of 1807 when Britain decided to fill the vacuum in Egypt following the withdrawal of the defeated French Invasion troops

The author says that many a time he has enjoyed hearing the Coptic phrase 'kiralayson,' which means 'Lord, have mercy,' especially after the Muslim Brotherhood organisation’s ascension to power

In a new work looking back on the Arab Spring years, Azza Galal Hashem draws the outlines of an inexorable democratisation process that will succeed despite setbacks

The American University in Cairo will host former Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr Moussa on Wednesday to discuss his recently published memoir, Ketabeya
Croxford's Deep Sahara is already receiving critical acclaim
The event will be held at the library on Sunday, 21 January, in the presence of Muslim clerics, Coptic priests, writers, intellectuals, and statesmen
Bardot's book will be titled Larmes de Combat (Tears of Combat) and will come out on January 25
The trove includes manuscripts with colorful illustrations from the late 15th and early 16th century
The exhibition is housed in a Victorian building where the author and his family lived between 1837 and 1840
Chris Matthews' biography Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit is the latest in a spate of Kennedy literature to capture the public fancy.
Modern blind community needs easier and more affordable ways to access the writing system developed in the 1800s by French teacher Louis Braille
The journalist has been working on the Steele Dossier, that contains explosive allegations about the president and Russia

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