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Arabic Olympics and the World

Recently we went to the Arabic Olympics. There, people who learned or knew Arabic recited Arabic poems and performed skits. One of those I liked the most was a small girl reciting a poem about how innocent people getting killed afflicted loneliness and fear on her. 150 more words


A Short Interview On Egypt's Economy

Hello, I recently did an interview with someone that has a great knowledge in Egyptian economy.
1: How do you see the Egypt’s economy in future? 169 more words


Nine Pyramids, Cheops, the Sphinx, Museum and the Wonders of the Ancient World

Egypt was always on my itinerary – always. I read Elizabeth Peters and her heroine, Peabody made me fall in love with everything that is ‘ancient Egypt’. 411 more words


Since (I've) Been Gone

I can breathe for the first timeee (literally, it is so much cooler in Giza I can actually breathe now), I’m moving on (to Alexandria) yeah yeah… 3,390 more words

Search Teams Say They Have Detected an Emergency Signal From EgyptAir Flight 804

Officials searching for EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed en route from Paris to Cairo last week with 66 people on board, said Thursday that they had… 160 more words

Hundreds in candlelight vigil for EgyptAir crash victims

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

CAIRO: Hundreds of people gathered on Thursday (May 26) in Cairo for a candlelight vigil for the 66 people killed last week when an EgyptAir plane crashed into the Mediterranean in mysterious circumstances. 286 more words

Current Affairs

Egypt Part 1 - Cairo

I have been fascinated with Egyptian history most of my life. From the first time I saw a picture of the pyramids to the Humanities course I took at university, the ancient Egyptians captured my attention and imagination.  1,869 more words