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Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria complicates an already febrile situation, writes Dina Ezzat

Lilianne Issa talks about environment awareness as part of the evolution of the century-old patisserie business

The residents of Alexandria are taking more and more initiatives to preserve the identity of their city, reports Dina Ezzat

Egypt is asserting key points for ending the conflict in Libya ahead of an international summit on the war-torn country, reports Dina Ezzat

Talks with Ethiopia over its dam on the Blue Nile have reached yet another deadlock and Cairo is examining its options, writes Dina Ezzat

Last week’s Cairo Mango Festival suggested changing ways of enjoying the country’s favourite fruit, reports Dina Ezzat

The lost art of writing by hand is the focus of a new collection of 20th century letters by ordinary people, compiled by Ahmed Kheireddine, giving a glimpse of life in past times

Away from the old colonial terrain but still very much Alexandrian: Latino, café& restaurant

El-Sisi’s latest appearances on the world stage, at the G7 Summit in France and TICAD in TICAD, provide clues to the agenda he will follow at this month’s United Nations General Assembly, writes Dina Ezzat

Dina Ezzat talks to Farida Fahmi, diva of Egypt’s Reda Folkdance Troupe, on its 60th anniversary this month

The ways of making and eating falafel in Cairo go well beyond the fava beans, chickpeas, coriander and onions

Jared Kushner’s regional tour failed to drum up support for the Deal of the Century. Instead, it foregrounded Arab differences over the fate of the Palestinian cause

As the National Cancer Institute continues to pick up the pieces after Sunday night’s blast, the real work of reconstruction begins, writes Dina Ezzat

Novelist Ibrahim Abdel-Meguid talks of 1952, his hometown of Alexandria, and other cities around the Mediterranean

Film producer Hossam Elouan has spent decades collecting treasured items of antique furniture scouted from Egypt's markets

There are few hopes for a de-escalation of tensions between Iran and the US and its allies

Novelist Mohamed Tawfik talks about his trilogy that reflects on the dreams that were born in 1952 and irreversibly broken in 1967


Egypt expands its role in resolving the crisis in Libya, writes Dina Ezzat

Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu’s recent praise of President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi needs to be seen within the regional context, analyst Mohamed Gomaa tells Dina Ezzat

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