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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

A good sandwich is a beautiful thing. Whether you're a meat fiend or fasting for Lent, these joints have something to tempt the taste buds

While the change in the US administration has brought with it greater uncertainty, the Arabs, and Egypt especially, still have cards to play in addressing regional crises

The French former diplomat spoke to Ahram Online about cross-border challenges the region must resolve for long-term stability, saying Egypt has a key role to play

Ghada Salah Gad talks, in a recently published book, about how she turned tables on her illness, taking her life back into her own hands


Lack of access to official state documents leaves significant gaps in the understanding of Egypt's modern history, the 'Cairo Fire' of 26 January 1952 being a prominent example, says historian Khaled Fahmy

Veteran political activist Said Abu Taleb, in interview with Ahram Online, reflects on similarities between the 1977 "bread riots" and events that would follow 34 years later

It is a mistake, say researchers Pierre Blanc and Jean-Paul Chagnollaud, to approach the Palestinian issue as a simple conflict, rather than one of survival amid conscious colonisation and apartheid

In interview with Ahram Online, renowned Palestinian Lebanese writer Jean Said Makdisi reflects on 'a century of resilience' in a cause that will never be silenced

The Paris Peace Conference to discuss a solution the Palestinian-Israeli is due to assemble Sunday in, in the twilight of the Obama and Hollande administrations. Can it resuscitate the peace process?


Ahram Online highlights the top 10 chocolate indulgence destinations in Cairo

On 3 January, a diverse selection of traditional crafts from the alumni of Art Jameel will be displayed at the British Council in Cairo

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