Jul 25, 2011
Months after the revolution that overturned the government, the Egyptian economy is stuck in a quagmire. For the immediate future, uncertainty is the only constant.Read article "Road to recovery a long one for Egypt"
Jul 14, 2011
Egyptian protesters are coming bitterly to believe that the army they praised last spring is not their ally. If this rift deepens, which side will the wider public support?Read article "Egypt's protesters revile an army that they once adored"
May 17, 2013
Gazans craving fast food are paying exorbitant prices for cold chicken and soggy chips brought in through smugglers' tunnels. Hugh Naylor reports from RamallahRead article
May 16, 2013
Dr Bassem Youssef tells the Arab Media Forum that humour must be treated with respect, and ultimately "the audience in the Middle East will vote with their feet".
Apr 25, 2011
With the international media's attention focused on Libya now, it is wrong to assume that all is well in Egypt.Read article
Egypt is still held captive by its own divisions
Jan 2, 2009
World Samir Farag wants to reclaim the glories of ancient Luxor, even if it means demolishing a village or two. Will the governor's dreams of tourism dollars save the city or destroy it? Simon Mars reports.Read article
The throwback kid
Hadeel al Sayegh
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