Lina Attalah
Lina Attalah
Migration as agency
There is a humbling courage required to risk riding the sea.
Lina Attalah
It’s time for laughter
Every day we try to think, analyze and articulate how those managing our lives are doing very little
Lina Attalah
We are all
No one can quite recall how the death of Khaled Saeed, exactly four years ago today, became a transformative
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EgyptAir A320 crash: Why has Egypt delayed the return of victims’ bodies to France?
Lina Attalah and Omar Said | Five months after EgyptAir flight A320 crashed, Egypt hasn’t released the remains of passengers.
The story of Mada’s new look
Lina Attalah | Phil Gribbon, designer of Mada's new website walks us through how he settled on its look and function.
Giulio Regeni: From a small village to a world cause
Lina Attalah | “We know how he was killed, but now we need to know why,” Giulio's mother Paola says.
Media and technology: Beyond the Stockholm Syndrome
Lina Attalah | Lina Attalah writes about two skeptical interventions made this year at international media conferences,
The Armed Forces and business: Economic expansion in the last 12 months
Lina Attalah and Mohamed Hamama | From billboards to bread cards, the Armed Forces' economic activities have expanded and diversified since
Three takes on Like a Matchstick, a comic critique of Egyptian cinema’s ‘golden age’
Amany Ali Shawky, Lina Attalah and Rowan El Shimi | Nostalgia is not evoked through the usual sentiments of melancholy and loss, but through critique and
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Armed Forces say miracle HCV cure needs 6 months of further testing
Rabea, the day after
Protesters remain polarized as army deadline draws near