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Gaza and Yemen emerge as Egypt’s major political and security concern in the weeks leading up to the UN General Assembly, set to convene next month in New York

Dina Ezzat speaks to Tawhida Abdel-Ghaffar and Osama Al-Sayed of the Yassin Abdel-Ghaffar Centre for Liver Disease and Research about Egypt’s fight against the Hepatitis C virus and other liver ailments


Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping are part and parcel of wider regional power plays

A physician turned belly dancing trainer talks about self-expression as a means of wellbeing for Egyptian women

Egypt presses Hamas to commit to a truce with Israel, and seeks to pave the way for Gaza’s reconstruction

A look into five Koshary joints: Cairo Kitchen, Eshta, Hend, Sayyed Hanafi and Zooba

Dina Ezzat walks through Alexandria in the company of novelist Alaa Khaled, finding a city of many layers not confined to its reputation for cosmopolitanism

A recent book examines Alexandria’s fabled cosmopolitanism, reviewed by Dina Ezzat

The modern Lebanese setting of restaurant come cafe Aldayaa combines delicious Lebanese food with a sprinkle of the Egyptian and a Jordanian garnish

Dina Ezzat reviews President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi’s policy priorities as his second term begins

President of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Mostafa Al-Feki talks to Dina Ezzat about his profiles of people that sum up the recent history of Egypt


Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and the move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem leave the region on a knife edge

The Greeks crossed the Mediterranean in the 19th century to Egypt 'not just to work: they came to live and work,' and they left a lasting mark on the culture of a country

Nostos is the beginning of an ambitious project under-consideration to acknowledge the cultural contributions of the foreign communities who once lived in the country, the minister explained to Ahram Online

Is the seven-old tragedy in Syria any closer to an end after this week’s missile strikes?

Nobody Pities the Cats of the City, published by Dar El-Tanweer, examines continued life after failed dreams in a heartbroken city

Arab leaders meeting in Saudi Arabia for the 29th Arab Summit will be discussing regional issues, including Syria, Libya and Yemen


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