Last Update 23:52
Thursday, 18 October 2018
Books
Mohamed Rifaat Al-Imam, Armenians in Egypt (1896-1961), Cairo: Armenian General Benevolent Union, 2002 - Reviewed by Dina Ezzat​

Yemeni Journalist, Boshra Maqtari, documents the suffering of over 400 Yemeni victims of the on-going war since 2014

Yemeni writer Intesar Al-Serry sheds light on the struggles and psyches of Yemeni women

Nubar Pacha's memoirs take the reader into the mind of a master statesman and his reflections on Mohamed Ali's grand vision to bring Egypt into the modern era.

The City Always wins was published in 2017 in English and is set during the 25 January revolution

Donald Trump unloaded against Bob Woodward new book labeling the tell-all memoir "a work of fiction"

Sylvia Gabrielle Tag, in a guest lecture, will address the question of who controls the creation, access to, and distribution of information
The event will be held at Diwan Bookstore in Zamalek on Thursday, 27 September, at 7:00pm
Professor Shibley Telhami, will give his perspective on "What is happening in America" in a talk on Thursday 20 Sep organized by the AUC school of global affairs
Humphrey Davies and Lesley Lababidi's new book offers a richly intriguing map of Cairo's enthralling history through its street names.
The author works in her own adventures in parenting and how having children helped put her mother in a more favorable light
Recounting his Clinton-era investigation, Starr contends that the former White House intern who had a sexual relationship with the president carried "fierce but misguided loyalty"
The translated works include first and revised contemporary translations of a variety of books by international authors
Murakami, who rarely appears in public, delighted fans on Sunday as he made his radio debut with a one-off music show

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