A new book of essays offers a nuanced glimpse into the complexities of reporting on the Arab world, including North Africa.
A commentary on how Egyptian society treats the abandoned, disabled, or those suffering from ailments deemed a risk.
A Canadian immigrant father's Egyptian football nationalism, and reflections on World Cup fever from Cairo.
Sergio Ramos' injury to Mohamed Salah in the 2018 UEFA Champion's League final set him up for a world of insults from Egyptian football fans.
Last November an underground screening of the film The Nile Hotel Incident was shut down by
On Sunday while I sat sipping tea at a French chain café somewhere on the outskirts
The controversy surrounding Ridley Scott’s casting in “Exodus: Gods and Kings” (it opens on December 12th)
Both domestically and abroad, the issue of sexual harassment has been called a sickness in Egyptian
Last week “Arij – Scent of Revolution” had its Egyptian premiere during the Goethe Film Week
The subject is fascinating, both broadly and specifically. Specifically, “Jews of Egypt” explores the history of
On the last Sunday of January, an Egyptian musical theatre group performed a bare-bones rendition of
Over the last few years, the waves of sexual assault and harassment on the streets of