Special investigations

Written by: Mostapha Abdel Salam, Translated by: R kamel 16 Sep

The Battle of Imbaba: Napoleon Bonaparte Road to Cairo

222 years ago, specifically on the twenty-first of July 1798, and as soon because the raging battle between the Mamluks led by Murad Bey and Ibrahim Bey, and also the French armies led by General Bonaparte, ended with the defeat of the Mamelukes within the desert stretching between the town of

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Written by: Marwa Raslan, Translated: Rkamel 09 Aug

Forbidden land.. Mass graves of victims of epidemics and viruses

“When all this ends, we'll give him a true funeral ought to have him”.. Crying words echoed by the Italian adult female, Marta Manfredi, as soon as she learned that her grandfather Alfredo Vesioli, who was infected with the coronavirus, was buried alone, without a funeral, without

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Written by: Mustafa Abd El Salam- Translated by: Amira Abd El Basset- Photos by Mohammed Omar,Ebrahim Mahmoud 22 May

Ramadan in Egypt .. Heritage of the Nile Valley civilization

"Ramadan in Egypt is different from any other country"... an expected answer of any visitor to Egypt in this holy month. All of his rites are a legitimate legacy of every civilization witnessed by the Nile Valley what give this month a special flavor differs from the rest of the Islamic

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Written by: Mustafa Abd El Salam -Translated by: Amira Abd El Basset - Photos by: Eslam Qoutb and Nourhan Al Fayed 19 Mar

The Nile River...The symbol of civilization that our ancestors called god

In Assiut governorate, the poet "Mahmoud Hassan Ismail" sat on the shore of the Nile in his village to listen to that conversation between the Nile, the palms and the trees,to realize that eternal encounter between that river and palm leaf. He tried to express his feeling in a poem

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Translated by: Meral Hussein - Report and photography: Manal Sayed Hamid 01 Mar

"Nomadic Arabs": Homeless people seeking shelter and grazing lands

Many people think that this kind of a life no longer exists, where some people are forced to move from one province to another, riding their animals for days in search of a pasture where they can settle. Then, they pitch their tents for two to four months at a time, until the cattle finish grazing

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