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Prize winners discovered cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation
Award-winning Egyptian star Khaled Abul Naga and newly explored talent Mourad Makram are to participate in international film Jesus and the Others. The two stars are among 11 Egyptian talents to participate in the film, which is also written by Egyptian writer Fayez Ghali in 2009 and to be directed by Egyptian director Hisham Abdel …
‘I wanted to show how beautiful these idols are without tonnes of makeup colours, or plastic surgeries,’ artist says
Egypt joins other 17 regional and international countries participating in the fair.
Earlier in the month, American superstar and Grammy Award winner, Alicia Keys visited Egypt for several days with her husband disc jockey and rapper, Swizz Beatz, and their two children.
Hennessy wanted to be able to find his own path and look in the mirror and see a reflection of someone who built himself on his own.
The building is located 400 meters south the museum. It was discovered by an Egyptian archaeological mission, according to a press release published by the ministry.
The campaign’s long term plans to strengthen child protection mechanisms through child protection committees in different governorates; says UNICEF representative in Egypt
Relic illegally smuggled, stolen from museum of Al-Karnak Temple complex, in 1988
‘Contemporary artists are westernized. They ignore Egyptian culture,’ says artists
The discovering mission also found near the mummy a pottery coffin with some stone painting, both decorated inscriptions and a hieroglyphic writings
For over 60 years, Ratib enriched drama scene with abundance of films, series
Colours are what Salama’s life is all about since 1955. For 63 years, dying fabrics is the daily life routine of Salama. Despite the fact that he cannot read or write, Salama’s long expertise years, made him one of the best experts in matching colours, fabrics, and designs.
Taking place at AUC’s photographic gallery, it exposes Nepal’s heritage, culture through its people
We did not accept being pressured by famous figures to allow kitsch in opera, says Saber
Statue most likely belongs to Ptolemaic era, will undergo further studies