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Judicial officials: Constitutional amendments final battleground in struggle for judicial independence
A judicial source describes the amendments as a way of “constitutionalizing dictatorship”
 
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Modernist Indignation: Two architects on the forgotten legacy of Sayed Karim
Mai Elwakil | Discussing visionary Egyptian architect Sayed Karim and an award-winning exhibition of his work
Military launches raids, airstrikes in North Sinai following deadly militant attack on checkpoint
The series of escalations by Egypt’s Armed Forces comes days after a brazen attack by militants
An intricate amalgam of love, sex and politics: Nobody Mourns the City’s Cats
Six stories about love and loss against the backdrop of a failed revolution
Parliament advances constitutional amendments by overwhelming majority, opposition speaks out
485 out of 596 lawmakers in Egypt's Parliament voted in favor of amending the Constitution
AUC Board of Trustees reaffirms confidence in university administration against faculty, student vote
Mostafa Mohie | The university’s Senate voted to withdraw confidence from AUC President Ricciardone last week
Judicial candidates forced to undergo unprecedented evaluations as presidency exerts further control
Randa Mostafa | Law graduates applying to the Public Prosecution were evaluated by several non-judicial bodies
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9 executed over 2015 assassination of prosecutor general
Airport authorities deny New York Times correspondent David Kirkpatrick entry into Cairo
Lawyer: At least 2 dozen minors among those sentenced in military case last week
6 death sentences carried out in February spark criticism of due process violations from rights groups
 
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Opinion
Amena Sharaf
Is renewable energy really too costly for Egypt?
High prices of renewable energy are consistently used to justify Egypt’s modest renewable energy ambitions,
Ehaab Abdou
Reconciling Egyptians with their ancient past?
Analyzing students’ perspectives and curriculum representations of ancient Egyptian history
Amr Ezzat
On the precarious ‘non-existence’ of Egyptian atheists
Amr Ezzat writes about the contradiction inherent in the state’s response to atheists

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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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