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Rites and referendums. Ahram Online visits a number of Cairo districts with significant Coptic populations at the beginning of the Easter Holy week

Al-Sisi’s meeting with Trump in the Oval Office was held against a backdrop of regional uncertainty

On the 40th anniversary of the Egypt-Israel peace treaty President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi is in Washington to pay tribute to Anwar Al-Sadat and consult on possible scenarios for a Palestinian-Israeli settlement

Ahead of participation in two major international jewelry/design fairs, upcoming artist Farah AbdelHamid talks about her wish to 'undo the jewelry social construct'

Beyond the victory, the drama, and the eventual assassination connected with his rule, the name of former president Anwar Al-Sadat is most associated with the 40-year-old Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty


As Egypt marks the centenary of the 1919 Revolution this year, the story of women in the revolution has yet to be fully told while their struggles for equality today continue

Abdel-Rahman Salah, Egypt’s last Ambassador to Turkey, talks about his recently published book which recounts his years as the ambassador to Ankara

For historian Mohamed Afifi the time has come to challenge common assumptions about Coptic choices during the 1919 Revolution

The Arab-EU summit in Sharm El-Sheikh on Sunday will be an exercise in not rocking the boat

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

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