Ameera Fouad's Articles

More and more people have been enjoying yacht trips off Alexandria and along the North Coast this year amid the new popularity of the Mediterranean Sea.

Al-Ahram Weekly reports on the Bibliotheca Alexandrina’s 20th International Summer Festival.

Children whose fathers die when they are still minors are at risk of losing the guardianship of their mothers under current laws.

New Alamein city is debuting with a festival that has the works,.

Al Ahram Weekly visits Alexandria’s Montazah Palace and Gardens to observe the recent soft opening and other developments.

From an emphasis on creativity to empowering women, artist Aliaa Hashem offers a fresh perspective on women in art, writes Ameera Fouad

The first Sand Sculpture Festival to be held in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria may lead to many more people grabbing a spade and starting to dig.

While many people are having to contend with soaring prices this Ramadan, this has not prevented them from celebrating the holy month

Egypt’s stand-up comedians are providing the kind of medicine that can help boost people’s moods and lighten their burdens.

Skaters have been taking to the streets across Egypt in what has become a social and fitness craze.

Thousands of visitors flocked to Port Said to visit the Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book fair, which docked on the west bank of the Suez Canal in January.

A new initiative in Alexandria is helping to revitalise the Arabic language among young people and children by drawing on Arabian Nights.

Scouting can help young people grow and may enhance radical positive changes

More than 200 international players took part in the card game tournament after it was interrupted for six years, reports Ameera Fouad 

This year’s Borollos International Art Symposium in Kafr Al-Sheikh governorate took fish as one of its themes, writes Ameera Fouad

How can each of us rationalise our water use in order to save on the country’s consumption, asks Ameera Fouad

The Egyptian Chamber of Commerce in Alexandria, the first in Egypt and Africa, is celebrating its centenary, reports Ameera Fouad

Can babies be born geniuses with a natural potential that we can help them realise.

Al-Ahram Weekly finds out what is happening at Alexandria’s historic Antoniades Gardens.

Newly elected director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina (the Alexandria Library) Ahmed Abdullah Zayed pledged on Tuesday to restore the library’s glory and its vital role in disseminating knowledge across the whole world.

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