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A one-day escape from Cairo to Lake Burullus where heavenly green fields and blue waters meet

The awards of the 5th BBC Arabic Film Festival (22-27 March) were announced during a ceremony held at the BBC Radio Theatre, London and hosted by a stand-up comedian Wonho Chung

The 5th edition of the BBC Arabic Film Festival runs between 22 and 27 March in London, featuring films and documentaries from today’s Arab world

The third BBC Arabic documentary and short-film festival will take place in London between 24 and 30 March showcasing 20 films from the Arab world


Pope Tawadros II of the Coptic Orthodox Church headed the funeral service for the 'martyrs' in Sunday's deadly attack, before joining a state procession to honour the victims

So your luck takes you to Dubai for a couple of days, but you are claustrophobic and the skyscrapers and shopping malls are not exactly your cup of tea. What do you do?

Last weekend, I treated myself and the kids to a village that combines arts, adventure, relaxing, swimming and farming in one charming place

Wondering where to take your kids other than closed shopping malls and tiny playgrounds? Ahram Online takes you on a tour of great open-air outings in the city


Ahram Online provides you with the best tips to enjoy your holiday while avoiding sunburn

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Minister Sherif Fathy said a number of times in the press conference that Egypt does not refute the assumption that all scenarios are possible

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Egyptian activists and lawyers started a week-long solidarity campaign against alleged forced disappearance by the government, while the government denies holding anyone without charges

In a conference that brought together 300 civil society representatives from mediterranean Arab and European countries, young Arabs voices were the strongest

To many, Saad Zahran is a communist icon, a great writer and a talented translator; to me, he is the loving grandfather who shaped my ideas and nourished my soul

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As Egypt tensely gears up for mass protests that aim to oust the Brotherhood-fielded President Morsi from power, Ahram Online looks at all the chess pieces

With the kick-off of landmark parliamentary polls on Monday, the debate over whether to boycott the country's first post-Mubarak electoral contest continues to rage in Tahrir Square - and elsewhere

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On the eve of Friday's planned million-man protest, political forces are increasingly divided on whether or not to proceed with Monday's scheduled parliamentary polls

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