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A series of online seminars is trying to help Egyptian publishers survive the effects of COVID-19 on the industry

From the sound of musical instruments to the noise of mini-trucks and the voices of Arab Quran reciters, Cairo’s Mohamed Ali Street comes alive in Ramadan, writes Dina Ezzat with photographer Sherif Sonbol

In Ramadan, the appetite for spices is high, but the clients frequenting the traditional stores are not just there to dress up their meals

While it coincides with the launch of a national vaccination scheme against Covid-19, the beginning of Ramadan this week has brought worries of a spike in cases

The Cairo island of Manial Al-Roda is a neighbourhood where the sounds of Ramadan are diverse and celebrated

Al-Ahram Weekly examines what lies behind this week’s bitter verbal spat between Addis Ababa on one side, and Cairo and Khartoum on the other

Two recent fairs of furniture and home décor showed that the mix and match of styles is an increasingly popular trend

A shallow wall to guide the direction of prayers at mosques for Muslims, the Mihrab (the niche) is full of exterior and interior design inspirations


Dou’at Asr El-Sadat (The Preachers of Sadat’s Rule), by Wael Lotfy, Cairo: Dar El-Ain

President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi issued one of his toughest statements yet on the building of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam this week

Assem El-Kersh (1954-2021)

In addition to the Ever Given crisis in the Suez Canal, Cairo has also had to attend to a possible watershed in the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, writes Dina Ezzat


Chairman of the National Organisation for Urban Harmony explains work being done to document the architectural and social history of Cairo and other cities

In two books published in 2010 and 2018, the late Egyptian novelist Mekkawi Said drew a very detailed profile of Downtown Cairo


As regional rivalries converge on the Eastern Mediterranean, Al-Ahram Weekly seeks to untangle what is going on

The issuing of three commemorative coins to honour three patriarchs of Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church sums up the story of a delicate relationship

Egypt’s current engagement with Sudan and Libya is part of a wider regional strategy

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