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In this performance this relationship is up to the audience, there may be some who only watch, thus turning themselves into spectators, or if they all watch, then I alone become the performer or the artist. But it is up to the dynamics of the audience and it is not through any choice of my own which makes it much more compelling to see.
The Shnit Film Festival, currently in its tenth year, will see Cairo join nine other cities across five continents when it opens at the Darb 1718 Contemporary Art and Culture Centre today. Sixty four international short films will simultaneously be screened in Cairo and the other nine cities. The festival will last for three days …
A closer look at one of the most attractive tourist destinations
By Mohamed Salah The Egyptian government has started negotiating loan with the World Bank to finance the privatisation and restructuring of the public sector. The former International Monetary Fund’s assistant managing director, Dr. Fakhry El-Fekky, said the government may have to continue the privatisation process started by the previous governments. He said there are indicators …
Session adjourned after 10 minutes amid fierce arguments
Mahran’s resignation accepted and Al-Katatni under fire
15 houses are submerged by flood waters
Nearly twenty months after last year’s mass uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s women are again taking to the streets, demanding “bread, freedom and social justice,” the same demands made by pro-democracy activists protesting in Tahrir Square during the 25 January revolution. A women’s rally outside the Shura (Consultative) Council headquarters on Qasr Al-Eini …
Brotherhood failes to provide required forms for registration
Hundreds could face the same treatment by the end of the year according to a human rights organisation
Presidency studies international NGO reports addressing human rights violations in Egypt
Protests planned across the Arab world, diplomatic pressure “not enough”
Soldiers arrested last year for participating in anti-army protest
The competitions emphasise fun and innovation but a more tangible reward is also at hand; each participant will receive a certificate of participation and, there will be gold, silver, or bronze medals issued to the team members.
This common wisdom has been repeated so often in the press that it has become a mantra among those in the slow food movement and also among many rank-and-file foodies, who have in common that they swallow these myths without asking the necessary questions.
We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!
A tour inside the Metro stations of Egypt
The coming period will witness an increase in the economic and investment cooperation between India and Egypt, says minister of investment
By Sally Sami A friend of mine and former colleague keeps reminding me how I woke him up one morning in June 2010 when pictures of Khaled Saeed were posted on Facebook, telling him that this case would be a ground-breaking case. True, the Khaled Saeed case, the movement that followed, and his family’s determination …
Real estate giants Emaar and Al-Futtaim join forces for lifestyle and entertainment mega-project
A terrorist group demanded that Christian families leave the North Sinai town of Rafah. The government quickly carried out these orders sending all Christian employees of Rafah to work in Al-Arish and relocating their children to Al-Arish schools. The incident could have ended there, but fate decreed that the story be leaked to political circles. …
Twitter activists call for the release of the students
Islamic political parties push for the Sukuk law
NGO presses Egyptian government to for comprehensive set of laws to protect human rights
Budget relief cash hangs in the balance as Americans argue
A closer look on the founders at Egypt’s post-revolution constitution
Bakar says party will form reconciliation committee
Former MP discusses Egypt’s political future at Cairo University
Assembly buys more time with court postponement decision, constitutional referendum likely to be held before a verdict is made
Supporters demonstrate at the Sports Ministry asking for redress in Port Said massacre case