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Cairo turns Orange

The Embassy of the Netherlands in Egypt organised the fifth Orange Bike Day with more than 5,000 cyclists participating on Friday morning. The goal of the event is to raise awareness about the importance of sustainability and sustainable business practices, supported by the slogan: Orange is the new Green. The event was planned with the …

Maydaa El-Nadar

Hungarian revolution

Hungarians in Cairo commemorate 60th anniversary of 1956 Hungarian revolution

Hungarians in Egypt did not miss the opportunity to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian revolution (23 October – 4 November 1956) against the Soviet Union and the State Protection Authority of Hungary. Pál Maléter and Imre Nagy, who were the symbols of this revolution, were both executed in 1958. Commemorating this historical event, Hungarian …

Maydaa El-Nadar

Richard Banks

A vital autumn for Cairo’s policy-makers

  Egypt has recently been the subject of a number of deeply unflattering articles in the international business media.  Many criticisms have been levelled at the actions, and inaction, of Cairo’s economic policy-makers. These criticisms have not made many friends in Egypt—so I do not propose to repeat them. I also think that, like much …

Richard Banks

Amr Khalifa

Dallas and Cairo: a police story

The divide separating police and citizenry in both societies, as well as the political cost of police violence, continue to expand. Why are citizens being killed rather being protected?

Amr Khalifa

Solar Impulse 2

Second-to-last stage for Solar Impulse 2

The solar plane has left Seville in Spain. Its next stop is Cairo, on a flight that is expected to take 50 hours. From Cairo, there will be only one more leg to Dubai – then the sun-powered world tour will be completed.

Deutsche Welle