Randa Ali's Articles

On 8 April 1970, Bahr Al-Baqar lost 34 children when Israel bombed its primary school. 44 years later, families of the martyrs and survivors continue to complain of neglect.

The now banned ad shows a father slapping his son for demanding to know where his old SIM card is

Energy expert Mohamed El-Ansary told Ahram Online that 'real industrial development is now possible for Egypt after Eni's discovery of 30 trillion cubic feet of natural gas'

Egypt aims to reach self-sufficiency with natural gas within 5 years as a result of Eni's discovery, as well as other possible findings, according to a petroleum ministry spokesperson

Friends get together to play billiards on a street near Cairo's Boulaq Abou El-Ela neighbourhood, 24 August 2015 (Photo: Randa Ali)

Ibn Tulun mosque, built between 876-879, is arguably the oldest mosque in Cairo surviving in its original form. The mosque is the largest in terms of land area, standing on 26,000sq meters

Egypt's main index drops as the Saudi stock market reacts to falling oil prices and a negative credit rating from Fitch on Friday

The new law would ostensibly lead to bureaucratic reform, better services for citizens, and fair conditions for employees

According to the government, the new law aims to solve issues related to bureaucratic inefficiency

The project to extend the canal was completed in a year, and is being hailed by the Egyptian government as 'Egypt's gift to the world'

Students of Al-Darb Al-Ahmar Arts school held a fascinating performance at the Falaki Theatre on Sunday 19 July

Ahram Online spoke to residents in the Maspero district whose homes were damaged in the bombing of the Italian Consulate on Saturday

The beloved 83-year old-actor died on Friday leaving behind a legacy of over a hundred films

Critics fear a ban on cotton imports will deprive local textile manufacturers of short-staple cotton, a vital product for the industry

Syria's Al-Radwan religious chanting group performed on Sunday, 29 June 2015, at the Ghouri dome in Cairo as part of the Samaa International Festival for Chanting and Spiritual Music

Cairo's fanous (lantern) makers display their craft, say Chinese-made lanterns are less popular this Ramadan Video by Randa Ali

Ahram Online sat down for an interview with Lebanese artist Yasmine Hamdan, an icon of underground music in the Arab region, hours before her third performance in Cairo at the Music Tent

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