17 Jan 2017
In Cairo we used to see fava bean (ful), Taamiya and Kebda food carts roaming the grey streets every day, with dozens of people lined up awaiting their turn.
Recently, a wave of new, modern and well-decorated mobile carts presenting...
13 Jan 2017
From Botswana diamonds to Netherlands coffee, a new intriguing data map of the world was released showing what each country is famous for according to researches and statistics.
The data map was released by data journalist and...
11 Jan 2017
Twenty-nine-year old travel-passionate Menna Shahin tried to break the ice of societal traditions by launching a Facebook page entitled "She travels" to encourage girls to travel alone, with no fear of society's criticism....
06 Jan 2017
Theirs is an unlikely love story: She is a Muslim refugee from Iraq, he's a Christian Macedonian border police officer.
But they say it was love at first sight.
One day last March, 20-year-old Noora Arkavazi and her family --...
04 Jan 2017
Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, whose pictures of her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte have graced the front pages of newspapers and magazines worldwide, was commended on Tuesday by the Royal Photographic Society for her...
04 Jan 2017
The screams of a dozen Syrian and Palestinian children pierce the air of a community center in Lebanon's Shatila refugee camp.
Yet the children are not hurt. They are yelling to express the anger and fear they feel as victims of...
01 Jan 2017
Last week a lady dressed in a Santa Claus costume along with a photographer roamed Zamalek streets handing passengers candies and taking photos of them to share happiness. This intiative grabbed the attention of many, which entused the...
31 Dec 2016
Adolescents who engaged in violent activities were more likely to have friends – and friends of friends – who had been violent, a new study shows.
“Violent acts tend to cluster through social networks, and they...
25 Dec 2016
With the sounds of Jingle bells, a young lady dressed in a decent Santa Claus costume with a red backpack took to one of Cairo's streets last week to share happiness and draw big smiles on people's faces.
After the wave of grief...
14 Dec 2016
Hundreds of children wearing pharaonic outfits raised banners to condemn terrorism during a march entitled “In Love of Egypt” on Wednesday at the Pyramids within an initiative launched by the Ministry of Antiquities earlier...