Cairo Book Fair Is Back In Town!
Posted at 8:10AM Wednesday 23 Jan 2013
Even in the aftermath of the Arab Spring and an impending economic crisis, a whopping 1.9 million people turned up last year, and the fair ran for almost two weeks to accommodate them.
This year the fair will commence on 23 January and will end on 5 February. The fair will include debates and will honour Libya. Last year Tunisia was honoured when 29 countries participated, with 745 publishers.
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