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Charmless change

Gentrification has hit the oldest areas of Beirut, to Reem Haddad’s great chagrin.

Filed in: Lebanon

Doubters and dreamers

The triumphant return of a warlord sees Reem Haddad lamenting people’s short memories.

Filed in: Lebanon

A stitch in time saves...

Maria Golia’s tailor has the currency markets stitched up.

Filed in: Egypt

A rooftop view

After the euphoria, reality is beginning to bite, says Maria Golia.

Bearing witness

Maria Golia savours a moment of extraordinary clarity for Egypt.

Filed in: Egypt

Cognac and horse sweat

In the name of research, Maria Golia meets a man with an unusual mission.

Filed in: Egypt

Beach of dreams

Reem Haddad is thoroughly sick of profit-hungry politicians in her Letter from Lebanon.

Filed in: Lebanon

Taking the veil

Why educated women are deciding to take the veil, by Reem Haddad.

Filed in: Lebanon

Asdghig's long march

Tribute to a survivor of the Armenian genocide, by Reem Haddad.

Filed in: Lebanon

Speaking in tongues

Faced with her daughter’s pioneering of a new language built from Arabic, French and English, Reem Haddad tears her hair out.

Filed in: Lebanon

Letter from Cairo

Maria Golia meets the man with the eyes of a caged god.

Filed in: Egypt

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