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Encounter the raw beauty of the continent, from the Karoo to the Nile
This family-memoir-cum-travelogue is a paean to tolerance between faiths and communities
Struggles for political freedom in the Arab world bode ill for the global fight against autocracy
The playwright on an ancient Egyptian text that tackles immigration and the excesses of power
Inside the government and military’s squeeze on Safwan Thabet and his dairy company
Agreement will lead to release of the ship that blocked the vital trade artery for 6 days in March
The army’s increased involvement is crowding out the private sector and scaring away foreign investors, say critics
Investors demand higher bond yields, posing refinancing challenge for indebted countries
With hotels and temples all but empty, a listless quiet has fallen on the ancient city — but the tourists are sorely missed
Cairo’s success in negotiating ceasefire underpins its relationship with Washington
A childhood trip to the pyramids opened his eyes – and led him to his real father
Marooned in the desert, the designer and illustrator collaborated on two new artisan-led lines
Draft legislation would cement injustices and the supremacy of men in family affairs
Vessel that blocked Suez Canal is impounded as talks continue over who foots the bill
The Egyptian writer’s fictional reworking of the failed 2011 uprising is a blistering examination of corruption and dissent
Ever Given moving again with traffic along key waterway getting under way on Monday evening
Efforts reaching critical point if high tides and more dredging fail in next few days
Fearless women’s rights campaigner who refused to be silenced
Activists are trying to challenge predatory behaviour 10 years after regional uprisings raised hopes of substantial change
Promise of the revolution has given way to stifled dissent, reduced foreign investment and a decline in regional influence
Smallholders urged to adapt as climate change and mega-dam threaten Nile flows
Activists and revolutionaries reflect on their struggles for reform in the countries they fought to free
After discovery of sealed coffins, archaeologists say 5,000-year-old site has yet to reveal all its secrets
The Arab uprising fuelled hopes of sweeping change. Three books explore why that did not happen as expected.
French president welcomes Sisi to Paris and rejects sanctions over human rights abuses