'Monkey for Four Dinars' exhibition unveils historical dataThu, Apr. 12, 2018
Mohamed Abdel Latif, assistant minister of antiquities, launched “The Monkey for Four Dinars” exhibition for Islamic antiquities at the Annex Museum in Aswan on April 11.
Ambassadors recommend books before visiting their countriesThu, Apr. 12, 2018
Babble asked a group of ambassadors from diverse countries to recommend a book that helps readers before they visit their countries.
Art takes death out of deadly weaponsWed, Apr. 11, 2018
Many artists have turned bullets, bombs and guns into artistic pieces and sculptures to mark the miserable stages that their countries have passed through.
Angelou’s 90th birthday: She lived to thriveThu, Apr. 5, 2018
The world celebrates American poet, storyteller, activist, autobiographer and filmmaker Maya Angelou’s 90th birthday on April 4.
Between medicine, literature: Tawfik had something to sayTue, Apr. 3, 2018
Diversity was a dominating trait in Tawfik’s life; he wrote about assorted issues: love, freedom, oppression, friendships, relationships, optimism and pessimism.
“No One Cares about City Cats”, collection of stories preaching loveTue, Apr. 3, 2018
NVIC hosted two Egyptian authors, Ahmed Naji and Muhammad El-Hajj who discussed a collection of six love stories called "No One Cares about Cats"
Rim Banna leaves behind artistic treasureMon, Mar. 26, 2018
Late prominent Palestinian singer, songwriter, and composer Rim Banna didn’t leave this world before enriching it with a magnificent artistic treasure.
Exceptional depiction of Hatshepsut found at Swansea UniversityMon, Mar. 26, 2018
A depiction of one of the most renowned pharaohs in history, Hatshepsut, was found by Egyptology lecturer Kenneth Griffin at Swansea University, Friday.