Artifacts seized in Italy to be returned to Egypt: General prosecutor

Wed, Jun. 20, 2018

Italian prosecution in Salerno, Italy, agreed to return to Egypt the 118 ancient Egyptian artifacts that the Italian authorities seized in Naples, Italy.

Bilingual play brings Trumped-up Moliere to London

Wed, Jun. 20, 2018

For the first time in the history of London's West End theatre district, a play is being staged in English and French.

'The Catcher was a Spy': Moe Berg's double life as secret agent

Wed, Jun. 20, 2018

Baseball pro Moe Berg wasn't much of a star in the diamond but he was an MVP in the theater of war.

Me, myself, and the search for answers in Egypt's Dahab

Tue, Jun. 19, 2018

There comes a time in one’s life when the future gets blurry, especially if your age ranges from late twenties to early thirties. Dahab helped me find answers.

The Art of Confidence

Mon, Jun. 18, 2018

For leading plastic surgeon Karim Rafla, going under the knife should be all about becoming the most beautiful version of ourselves and feeling confident, rather than attempting to look different.

The Longstanding Egypt-Russia Cultural Connection

Sun, Jun. 17, 2018

From cinema to music, theater and literature, Egyptian culture takes much from the Russian tradition.

Finding their way to Umm El-Dunya

Sat, Jun. 16, 2018

We speak to longtime Russian residents in the capital and on the coastline about why they chose to stay put when other expats left.