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With the inauguration of the Cairo ‎International Book Fair (22 January-4 ‎February), Ahram Online offers a series of ‎recommendations for avid readers

With the inauguration of the Cairo International Book Fair (22 January-4 February), Ahram Online offers a series of recommendations for avid readers

Traditional belly dancing arose in Egypt in the early 20th century with the rise of evening cabarets and has been declining a century later owing to the lack of suitable public venues

With the inauguration of the Cairo International Book Fair (22 January-4 February), Ahram Online offers a series of recommendations for avid readers

With the inauguration of the Cairo International Book Fair (22 January-4 February), Ahram Online offers a series of recommendations for avid readers

With the inauguration of the Cairo International Book Fair (22 January-4 February), Ahram Online offers a series of recommendations for avid readers

Egypt’s focus on Africa will continue beyond its mandate as chair of the African Union

A new book on the leading Sunni Muslim states of the Middle East describes a long period of implicit and explicit tensions

As regional tensions grow and the simmering US-Iran conflict threatens to burst, Cairo is faced with the prospects of trying to square several diplomatic circles

Rivals for the traditional fattah dish on the Coptic Christmas dinner table abound, telling a story about the evolution of Egyptian culture

The political nature of Ihsan Abdel-Quddous’ literature could have seen more discussion this year during the celebrations of his centenary

With rejoice, and across the faith spectrum, Egyptians celebrate the extended winter holidays

Literature essayist Sayyed Mahmoud gave a talk this month in honour of two legendary Egyptian figures: novelist Naguib Mahfouz and singer Oum Kalthoum

Russia has been expanding its presence across the region in 2019

Literature essayist Sayyed Mahmoud gave a talk this month on two legendary Egyptian figures who were both born in December: novelist Naguib Mahfouz and singer Oum Kalthoum

Egypt has been trying to restore balance to the Arab regional order

In a testimony of a regular participant in Naguib Mahfouz's weekly seminars, 'Thirty Years in the Company of Naguib Mahfouz' offers an unassuming profile of the Nobel laureate

Carve is the place where an extended morning coffee could lead to an elaborate lunch to celebrate the season’s cravings

Tensions between Cairo and Ankara are growing and there is no indication of where they might lead

Egypt is working to strengthen the frail ceasefire between Gaza and Israel, and possibly extend the deal, reports Dina Ezzat

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