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Confronting the demolition of Alexandria’s historical building is a multi-layered task, argues prominent architect and founder of the Alexandria Preservation Trust Mohamed Awad

The place offers inviting dishes with a Levantine feel

Abdallah Sennawi talks to Ahram Online about his recent book, The Berkash Dialogues, which reveal Heikal's role in some of Egypt's most historic moments


Sahar El-Moguie's latest novel is an adventure into archetypes about women, deconstructed and reformed in the contemporary world

Beit El-Sura, a photography initiative started last year, provides young Egyptians with a space to develop and exhibit their works and share experiences


In the last week of Ramadan, it is time to look for an alternative Ramadan dessert. A creamy rice pudding is in order

A new photo exhibition titled 'The Inhabitants' at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina shows the colours and shades of life around the country and the region

Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Yemen and the government of eastern Libya announced severing diplomatic relations with Qatar

The scene is certainly Ramadani, and a copy and paste of the mood one would get at a typical Egyptian food restaurant on El-Moez Street


The food is good, the service is friendly and the atmosphere is quiet – but the bill is certainly not on the inexpensive end

Pope Francis's visit was conducted under strict security, with meetings at the presidential palace, Al-Azhar and the Coptic Cathedral all described as historic

As they look forward to Roman Catholic Pope Francis’s visit to Egypt this week, Egypt’s Catholics might also be pleased by the public attention now being given to their history

With the possible exception of a win by Le Pen or Mélenchon, the French presidential elections are unlikely to bring any major changes in policy on the Middle East, commentator Alain Gresh tells Ahram Online's Dina Ezzat


Beyond the "personal chemistry", the presidents of Egypt and the US have so many deals to make – if agreement can be reached

Subdued as it might be, the Arab summit promises success for Jordan in advancing its diplomatic agenda

Not much should be expected from the Amman Summit of the Arab League, argues Gamil Mattar

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