Friday, Sep. 22, 2017 | Florence Massena, Contributor
An art project in Beirut’s Ouzai neighborhood is bringing color to the area, but urban planners are not impressed with what they see as a simplistic approach to its complex legal and economic problems.
Friday, Sep. 15, 2017 | Asaad Hanna, Contributor
The war in Syria has destroyed many of its ancient mosaics and threatens the craft of making them.
Friday, Apr. 15, 2016 | Reham Mokbel, Contributor
Despite obstacles, the Egyptian civil society group Cinema Everywhere Initiative is screening independent films to help broaden the cultural horizons of underprivileged citizens in Upper Egypt.
Monday, Sep. 7, 2015 | Enis Erdem Aydin, Contributor
Controversy surrounds a 12th-century tomb tower carrying the name of the founder of the Seljuk dynasty, Tughrul Beg.
Monday, Sep. 7, 2015 | Khalid Hassan, Contributor
Security is tight in Egypt’s state institutions, but neglect is slowly destroying the country’s rich heritage as archaeological sites lack trained and armed security guards to protect them from terrorists and looting.
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