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Stockholm: Where nature has the upper hand

With 50 percent of Stockholm either water or green space, you’re welcome to relax and enjoy overwhelming views of sites...

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An Ant's Cry: Egyptian film 'Sarkhet Namla' tackles poverty and the revolution

Why would an ant cry when it has so few demands in life? That is the question that director Sameh Abdel...

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Hassan al-Banna's imminent return to the silver screen raises concerns over bias

There has been much debate in the past week about a film and television series on the life of Muslim...

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Egypt sends 38 cyclists to Global Biking Initiative

Biking is a relatively new phenomenon in Egyptian society. Nevertheless, it’s on the rise — Egyptians increasingly bike their way...

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CAM Festival presents 31 shorts films on the revolution

Taking revolution as its main theme, the CAM Film Festival for short films opened its first session yesterday at the...

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Tahrir initiative seeks to launch Egypt development efforts

Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the central gathering point for recent protests that resulted in former President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster, on Thursday,...

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7 tips for new dads

Having a baby is a life-changing experience that both parents should be ready for. However, new dads might lack resources...

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AUC opens the Tahrir Book Fair

Yesterday, near Tahrir square–the place that witnessed the first spark of the revolution–The American University in Cairo Press opened its...

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Egypt's Famelab 2011 candidate selected

The national science competition Famelab Egypt announced its 2011 winner, who will represent the country in the international version of...

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