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The Egyptian Mail

  • 27
  • Apr
By Youssra el-Sharkawy After a long working day, Ahmed Adel, a bank employee, spends some time in a coffee shop near his home almost every day, and this makes…
  • 27
  • Apr
By Salwa Samir Thinking of a better tomorrow for Egypt, a researcher at the Desert Research Centre, one of the oldest scientific research centres, has launched a project to…
  • 27
  • Apr
By Salwa Samir Soheir Mansour used to be a public relations manager at Telecom Egypt. Five years ago, she took early retirement to focus on her project called “El-Hajja…
  • 27
  • Apr
By Maryam Raafat When the play Madraset el-Moshaghbeen (the school of rioters) was first performed in 1973, it stirred up a lot of controversy at the time, because people…
  • 27
  • Apr
By Youssra el-Sharkawy Each year, shop owners and traders try hard to come up with new trends to attract customers especially during the Holy Month of Ramadan, which is…
  • 27
  • Apr
By Salwa Samir Founded in 969, the metropolitan city of Cairo is the largest in the Middle East and the Arab region. It has hundreds of landmarks that go…
  • 23
  • Apr
By Salwa Samir A woman with short red hair and green eyes stands inside Al-Azhar Park, surrounded by a crowd of people who are listening to her instructions. Suddenly,…
  • 23
  • Apr
By A’laa Koddous Allah “Animals are forbidden to enter” says a notice at the door of cafés and restaurants if this stricture is not conveyed verbally by the proprietor…
  • 23
  • Apr
By Maryam Raafat Wearing a loose white gelbab, he took to the stage and started to sing sufi songs in his own way, to deliver his message which he…
  • 23
  • Apr
By A’laa Koddous Allah At the end of the school day, they put their school bags in a pile, to one side of the pavement and started playing football,…