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🇸🇮 🇪🇬 Egypt and Slovenia strengthen the lifelong bilateral relationships with presidential meeting in Cairo

The Slovenian president Borut Pahor has arrived today to Egypt’s capital, Cairo, to meet with the Egyptian president ElSisi, in order to discuss future and continuous collaboration efforts for peace and economical development in our Mediterranean region, Europe, and the Middle East. 103 more words

Egypt News

Where to next?

With 2017 fast approaching I have already have a few travel plans in mind for the early part of the year.

Before all that though I will be heading home to Scotland for 3 weeks – I’m so excited to be going to see my family and friends! 148 more words


Where should The Orange Traveler go next?

Photo by Claire Dal Nogare

By Aaron Cranford

Tampa, Florida — Since leaving the island of Saba in May, I have not had the time to travel abroad. 127 more words

South America

Protesting culture at home and in the UK

Yesterday, the Movement for Justice group held its tenth demonstration in front of Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Center, calling for the closing of the center and all detention centers. 420 more words

BBC Arabic Film Festival 2016

I was lucky to see a selection of socio-political films from this years’ BBC Arabic Film Festival, which were screened at Oxford’s St Antony’s College. 349 more words


🎧🎶 The good old days in Cairo — Rageen by Amr Diab

🚙 🎤 🎸 🎡 No one who lived in Egypt during the 90’s doesn’t know this song by Amr Diab … Rageen (meaning “we are returning ”). 19 more words

Music Streak

A Cup of Tea with Milk in Downtown Cairo

– by Hadeer El Shafie

Cities are like us: They have moods. This is how I’ve always experienced Cairo. I have had the privilege to spend the majority of my childhood years in Cairo, with many, many days spent with my Grandmother, who back then, lived just three kilometres away from Tahrir Square. 677 more words