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In a recently published book, Helmi Shaarawi, a leading Egyptian expert on Africa, shares parts of a long journey dedicated to learning about and working with the continent

For Salmawy, this year's Cairo International Book Fair proved a success, both for his publishing house and his own library, as he picked up sought-after titles

Egypt is committed to working with its African partners to upgrade security capacities, promote joint development plans and combat religious extremism

For over 40 years, Al-Arabi has exhibited at the Cairo International Book Festival, with this year marking further success for the publishing house

Cairo’s cheap clothes markets might be attracting customers from new segments of society, but they are still suffering from serious drops in sales

During its presidency of the African Union Egypt plans to fully engage with the continent

The lure of a pub, the dishes of a restaurant, and a midnight band is what Tia Maria offers customers

The festival, which starts on 5 Feb, will reflect on political, cultural, and humanitarian issues of concern to the 57 member states; Ahram Online talked to the assistant secretary-general of the OIC Hesham Youssef

Dina Ezzat speaks with Alaa Khaled about his latest book, available at the Cairo International Book Fair, and with literary scholar Mona Radwan about her translation of Tawfik Al-Hakim’s The Revolt of the Young

During his regional tour US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made every effort to mobilise Arab states behind efforts to weaken Iran, writes Dina Ezzat

Ahram Online talks with two of Egypt's most famous designers about interior design from the 80s to the present day

It is a confusing moment for US policies on the Middle East, with senior US officials this week engaging in intense diplomatic activity across the region

Deliciously topped dough is an old favourite for many, and in Cairo you'll not be disappointed

The story of two cathedrals and three patriarchs summarises many of the hopes and fears of Egypt’s Christian community this Christmas season, writes Dina Ezzat

The last year has left Cairo optimistic on the foreign policy front

One Syrian woman, Hala Droubi talks about her initiative to help devastated Syrian women make ends meet

ElTouny Fish Restaurant in the heart of Heliopolis is sure to satisfy those who are fasting for Advent, and those just after simple, good food

Can Egyptian women reverse the trend for surgical deliveries and opt instead for more natural childbirth techniques

Mona Mina, secretary-general of the Doctors Syndicate, tells Dina Ezzat about an acute and possibly worsening deficiency in public hospitals

UN-backed talks may yet make the next anniversary of the Yemen war the last

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