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The Egyptian Mail

  • 12
  • Jun
By: Salwa Samir Malika is a four-year-old girl who wears glasses. She is annoyed that none of her friends wears such a frustrating thing on their tiny face. One…
  • 06
  • Jun
By: Salwa SamirWhen he was a pupil in primary school, Ahmed el-Saeed noticed that his handwriting was very bad and his colleagues made fun of his scribbly script. Though…
  • 01
  • Jun
By: Salwa Samir The “Cairo Cycling Geckos” are using the gecko as a symbol for their team, because of their skill at negotiating narrow alleyways, dodging zig-zagging tok-toks, piles…
  • 29
  • May
By: Salwa SamirSteve Jobs once said: "I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want…
  • 29
  • May
By: Salwa SamirYes. You read the headline correctly. There was a doctor called Naguib Mahfouz. Millions of Egyptians and Arabs know the literary legend Naguib Mahfouz, the writer of…
  • 15
  • May
By: Salwa SamirCAIRO, May 15, 2018 - Farafra Oasis is in Egypt's western desert, some 627 kilometres from Cairo. The oasis and its surrounding area of white desert are…
  • 15
  • May
By: Salwa SamirCAIRO, May 15, 2018 - How to benefit her young children by offering them education and entertainment (“edutainment”) at one and the same time, is what preoccupied…
  • 01
  • May
By A’laa Koddous Allah Damietta governor, Ismail Abdel Hameed Taha has announced that the first phase of the new furniture city in Damietta will be inaugurated soon. Damietta has…
  • 01
  • May
By Salwa Samir A motorcycle equipped with spare parts and tools is the only companion and friend of the Indonesian traveller, Mario Iroth, on his journey of exploration a…
  • 01
  • May
By Amira Sayed With more African students flocking to the country, a new club was established earlier this month with the aim of giving them a chance to immerse…