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Gihan Shahine's Articles
Ramadan is a time when the mausoleums of the Prophet Mohamed’s family in Cairo become the mecca of many Muslim worshippers

Efforts to fight poverty in Upper Egypt may be paying off as government statistics have revealed a drop in poverty rates in Egypt’s southern governorates, but much still remains to be done, as Gihan Shahine finds out

Life-coaching is a global trend that is now booming in Egypt as more and more people seek healing in their lives

With population growth perceived as a threat to the country’s development, could policies to curb birth rates in Egypt make real headway

Tarek Atia, publisher of Mantiqti magazine, provides a tour of Cairo's Downtown area, revealing the ongoing efforts at renovation and the architectural gems behind the grime

Gihan Shahine delves into a tangle of socio-economic and cultural issues while investigating the regeneration of the 19th-century architectural treasures of Downtown Cairo

Wearing the Islamic veil has become increasingly challenging for many women in Western societies, where a piece of fabric can be used to exacerbate already rising Islamophobia

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