What Germany’s Election Results Mean for the Refugees

What Germany’s Election Results Mean for the Refugees

For the first time in 60 years, an overtly nationalist party sits in the Bundestag. The far-right, anti-immigration AfD made a historic breakthrough, winning 13.5% of the vote and projected 87 seats in the latest German elections.     The party’s performance marks a major shift in Germany’s postwar politics that is likely to produce […]

Drop Everything Because Dahab’s Ralph’s German Bakery Is Opening in Maadi

Drop Everything Because Dahab’s Ralph’s German Bakery Is Opening in Maadi

by Karima Galal

  If the picture above does not make you feel things, then you should honestly just leave (unless you like food then you should definitely stay). Dahab’s very popular Ralph’s German Bakery that has pretty much amassed a cult following has released the best news ever.   A post shared by Ralph’s German Bakery (@ralphsgermanbakeryeg) […]

VIDEO: Parents Break into Europa Schule Kairo School Due to Rise in Fees

VIDEO: Parents Break into Europa Schule Kairo School Due to Rise in Fees

  Egyptians are not having a good time this week. A new set of prices is turning our lives upside down, and everyone is losing it. Whether it’s electricity, car gas, transportation or school supplies, social media is flooding with rants. However, this video takes it up another notch.   Facebook user, Sherif Asaad, posted […]

German Tourists Expected to Return to Egypt This Summer

German Tourists Expected to Return to Egypt This Summer

  Just recently, German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited Cairo and it seems like it was a pleasant experience. Minister of Tourism, Yahya Rashid, announced on DMC talk show, Masa’a, that German tourism is returning to Egypt this summer. Rashid added that the ITB Berlin Tourism exhibition showed an increased confidence in the Egyptian market.   Germany, reportedly, removed […]

Archaeologists Discover 66 Statues of Pharaonic Goddess Sekhmet in Luxor

Archaeologists Discover 66 Statues of Pharaonic Goddess Sekhmet in Luxor

  With countless statues and temples in Luxor and Aswan, it always baffles us when we realize there is more history buried deep in the ground. A German archaeological mission has been operating at the King Amenhotep III Temple area in Luxor for the past year and the results are more than impressive.     The […]

The Curious Case of Christian Zimmerman, The German-Palestinian in Rio of No Palestinian Descent

The Curious Case of Christian Zimmerman, The German-Palestinian in Rio of No Palestinian Descent

By Leena ElDeeb

  A picture of Christian Zimmerman resurfaced on social media along with international media platforms discussing the real intentions of this German-Palestinian, between activism on the Palestinian conflict and opportunity.   Zimmerman is the CEO of UNIPLAN, a communications agency.  He was originally born in Cologne, Germany, found his way to a Palestinian passport a few years ago through […]

This Video of Europeans and Refugees Staring at Each Other Will Make You Cry

This Video of Europeans and Refugees Staring at Each Other Will Make You Cry

  Europe’s hesitance to accept more refugees leaves us dumbfounded everyday. We question why a region with so much more wealth and land refuses to take in those escaping war, terror, and death. Amnesty international Poland and Polish ad agency DDB&Tribal put out a Look Beyond Borders video of Europeans meeting Syrian and Somali refugees […]

21 Things Only DEO Students Will Understand

21 Things Only DEO Students Will Understand

By Nouran Samer

There’s no denying that DEO graduates are fortunate enough to get into the best universities from all around the world and you can definitely spot them in a huge crowd. But there are some things that they’ve all learned, experienced or felt that somehow unites them. Growing up in this school, it has become a […]