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Evil wins the competition in Ramadan drama this year

This Ramadan, the drama competition has tipped the balance. It witnessed a rebirth of some experienced and young actors, and frustration with others who failed to impress their audience with a new story or performance this year. Yousra is one of the actresses who has enjoyed the spotlight this Ramadan, thanks to her outstanding talent …

Rana Khaled

‘Alia’ tackles sufferings of mothers in the Egyptian society

‘Alia’ tackles sufferings of mothers in the Egyptian society

“Film as dream, film as music. No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.” This is how Swedish director, writer, and producer Ingmar Bergman described cinema. In our society, cinema has been playing a crucial role in documenting …

Rana Khaled

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Opinion: Brexit is culture’s wake-up call

The British have voted to leave the European Union – and now the cultural sector is suddenly waking up to the potential consequences of a Brexit. And they’re right to be worried, says DW’s culture editor, Stefan Dege.

Deutsche Welle

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Why fewer Japanese are seeking marriage

The number of young Japanese men and women wanting to get married has seen a sharp decline, reveals a new study. What are the reasons behind this trend and how is it impacting society? Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.

Deutsche Welle

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Grand Hotel: a thriller drama for every family

This Ramadan, thousands stepped into the wide aisles and endless corridors of the ever-charming Grand Hotel in Aswan. From spectacular scenery to breath-taking costumes, the magic and elegance of this one particular TV series have many viewers glued to their TV sets and computer monitors in complete awe. Grand Hotel is a drama series that …

Nayera Yasser

In an online campaign called Mazad Elkheir (the goodwill auction), Yacoub vowed to donate the revenues from his tie for the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation, which provides medical care for children with cardiac health problem

When buying a tie means saving a life

In an online campaign called Mazad Elkheir (the goodwill auction), Yacoub vowed to donate the revenues from his tie for the Magdi Yacoub Heart Foundation, which provides medical care for children with cardiac health problems

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’Wanoos’: how to sign a contract with the devil

The battle between Satan and mankind is eternal. It has been ongoing since the creation of the earth, when the devil tempted Adam and Eve to disobey god’s orders and eat from the forbidden tree. Throughout history, humans have depicted the relationship between the devil and themselves in different ways. Civilisations, tales, myths, and literary …

Rana Khaled

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Not a test: thanaweya amma controversy hits new low with stadium stunt

Believe it or not, this is not a football match and these are not loyal fans supporting their favourite team. This is actually a final review session of philosophy for thanaweya amma (secondary school) students. Instead of gathering students into small groups in order to review the curriculum, one philosophy teacher gathered all of his …

Daily News Egypt