With ISIS’s destruction of Mosul’s heritage, it is no longer the “Pear of the North”. But it’s people will rise up and reclaim their ancient city.
Can art help the Palestinian struggle or is it a preoccupation those living under occupation can ill-afford?
A publisher in Luxor who happens to be Christian shows how Egypt’s majority and minorities, despite growing tension, share similar dreams and fears.
Half a century after the inundation, Nubians may finally gain recognition and redress for the loss of their homeland.
Zahi Hawass may liken himself to Indiana Jones, but the minister of antiquities is one artifact of the old regime Egyptians want to live without.
The world isn’t short on wacky theories about Egypt’s greatest monuments. The reality is less fun, but more illuminating.