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AUC arts student Habiba Koura has dared to go where no one has gone before - inside Egypt's prisons, to meet with serial rapists and study their psychological and physical reactions to visual stimuli...
Literary buff Anam Sufi is surprised to find that The Great Gatsby is a fantastic film, but it lacks the poeticism and intricacy that made the book worth adapting in the first place.
There's a lot we owe to the Greeks. Trigonometry, democracy, philosophy and, come the 28th of May at Tamarai, debauchery.
At the second of Cairo Jazz Club's El Fusion events, Waleed Mowafi is wowed by Salalem, Autostrad and a surprise appearance by
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We catch up with Ahmed, AKA @EgyptianNudist, and find out why he prefers to let it all hang out...
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