Iraq protests 2019
Forty days of revolution in Iraq
Something is different about the October protests
 
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Gone with the wind: The flotation’s impact on Egyptian exports
Mohamed Ramadan and Sara Seif Eddin | "We import the buttons, we import the zippers, then we cheer when we export the ready-to-wear shirt"
In wake of government crackdown, Egypt lobbies for support ahead of major UN human rights review
Asmahan Soliman and Mostafa Mohie | Even countries not normally known to openly criticize Egypt are expected to do so this time
MP referred to ethics committee over reform initiative calling for Sisi’s early departure from office
Parliament was quick to take official action against Tantawi for the initiative.
Southern Lebanon is in revolt too
Omar Said | “They say we are against the revolution? Who? The people of the South? We are the resistance.”
12th Panorama of European Film: Where do we begin?
Leila Arman, Mohammed Amin, Muhammad El-Hajj, Nour El-Mallah, Sharif Zahiri, Yara Shahin and Yasmine Zohdi | Our selections for the 12th edition of Panorama of the European Film
Conversations from the Lebanese uprising | Rima Majed: Our struggle is class-based, not sectarian
Omar Said | "The revolution in Beirut started with those downtrodden classes, then other groups joined them."
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Handicrafts, ostriches and football: Journalists, public figures taken on stage-managed tour of Tora Prison Complex
Police referred to criminal court on charges of torturing cart driver to death in 2016
European Parliament adopts resolution condemning government crackdown in Egypt, calls for serious revision of EU aid
Public Prosecution inspection team finds conditions in Tora ‘adequate’ despite widespread prisoner accounts of abuse, medical negligence
 
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Mohamed Naeem
In Egypt, nothing has changed — but perhaps everything has
This repressive regime has set itself an unattainable goal: to silence everyone all the time forever
Nader Andrawos
Speaking of Evil: Are human rights a new religion?
The history of human rights is a strange, confusing collage of many events from across the world.
Omar Sirri and Renad Mansour
Surviving on violence: Iraq’s political elite
Violence has helped to sustain this status quo and prevent meaningful reform that could help Iraqis.

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The worker’s rock bottom moment
Andeel | Worker: "What do you mean he is going to be BURIED in it?"
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