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Cairo Youth Takes Great Risks with Graffiti

Cairo Youth Takes Great Risks with Graffiti

Associated with gangs and wasted youth abroad, graffiti in Cairo has taken up the mantle of resistance and the true embodiment of freedom of expression, with youths in particular risking everything to express their discontent with the course of the Egyptian revolution. Scenes depicting brutality and calls to action litter the back alleys and dark areas of the city.

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Cairo Hosts the Nile Project in January

Cairo Hosts the Nile Project in January

January 31st marks the date of The Nile Project's presentation of a diverse assortment of ethnic musicians, storytellers and singers to the city of Cairo at the Mahmoud Mokhtar Cultural Centre. Many locally famous artists will come together for a performance emphasizing Nile sustainability, but bringing with it an in depth exploration of local culture and customs.

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Maroua Amir Performs in Cairo

Maroua Amir Performs in Cairo

The Egyptian Maroua Amir performed select works from Mozart, Bizet, Kattalani and a host of world renowned composers with stunning ease and impressive beauty within the Cairo Opera House alongside Azerbaijan's professor of the Baku Music Academy. Her performance was met with overwhelming enthusiasm, and did great justice to the works of great composers.

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250-strong Delegation from Libya Attends Cairo Book Fair

250-strong Delegation from Libya Attends Cairo Book Fair

The Cairo International Book Fair, an event ranked amongst the largest in the world, will host a 250-strong delegation from Libya. The delegation includes writers and poets from all walks of society and an astonishing LD 1.5 million has gone towards the delegation's trip. Commentators were quick to point out the cultural benefits this spending incurs, a sharp contrast to the previous regime.

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Cairo Gays Fear Government Intervention

Cairo Gays Fear Government Intervention

Feeling betryaed by the very revolution they ardently supported, the homosexual community in Cairo has at best experienced no change in their freedoms and at worse face an intense government crackdown which may further restrict their lives or worse. Legislators have taken up a decidedly anti-gay stance and rhetoric, adding to the community's worst fears.

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Tears and Cheers at Cairo International Film Festival

Tears and Cheers at Cairo International Film Festival

The week-long Cairo International Film Festival kicked off Wednesday night amidst an air of revolution that was swept into the country on the Arab Spring. Even the festival's director tearfully chanted "Long live Egypt," allowing himself to get caught up in the emotions of recent events in Egypt.

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Best Spas in Cairo, Egypt

Best Spas in Cairo, Egypt

Best Spas: While Cairo is a city rooted deeply in history, modern Cairo is a bustling city filled with modern conveniences from luxury shopping and retail to high end restaurants and accommodations. In Africa's largest city, there are also plenty of unique spas to indulge and get out of the desert heat.

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