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From boredom to labor and labor to boredom
We are 4 years old and still fighting boredom through the act of watching and producing
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Migration as agency
There is a humbling courage required to risk riding the sea.
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It’s time for laughter
Every day we try to think, analyze and articulate how those managing our lives are doing very little
 
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Defying disappearance: The return of Townhouse
Lina Attalah | Lina Attalah speaks to Townhouse director William Wells about the gallery's restoration and future
From revolution to powerlifting
Lina Attalah | Lina Attalah profiles Sarah Carr, a woman who leaped from the world of journalism to powerlifting
Witnessing a massacre
Heba Farouk Mahfouz, Lina Attalah, Mosa’ab Elshamy and Sharif Abdel Kouddous | Four Egyptian journalists reconstruct the Rabea al-Adaweya sit-in dispersal
Defeat’s possibilities: 3 activists recount 1967 as formative
Lina Attalah and Yasmin El-Rifae | 1967: the moment that fractured the new nationalism; politically formative for generations to follow
Another stream of synonyms: A conversation with Rana ElNemr
Lina Attalah | Talking about undermining the documentary, intuition, maps, clichés and curiosity.
While a bad year for civil society, all vow to find ways to continue
Lina Attalah | Facing intensifying restrictions, which may hurt the rule of law most, civil society workers vow to continue
 
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Sinai: States of fear
Armed Forces say miracle HCV cure needs 6 months of further testing
Rabea, the day after
Protesters remain polarized as army deadline draws near
 
 
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The Political Marshal of Egypt
Whether Mohamed Hassanein Heikal is preparing Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s electoral program,
 
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Sisi and parliament: Friends or foes?
Mohamed Hamama | Campaigning started this week for the parliamentary elections. With voting in the first round slated
Living under curfew: Arish transforms into a ghost town
Omar Ryad | It’s 3:00 pm on Saturday, a day after the Karm al-Qawadees attack in Sheikh Zuwayed that killed
The Arab Sharkas cell: The quasi-covert military trial of Ansar Beit al-Maqdes
Hossam Bahgat | Until mid-2013, Nader,* a 25-year-old graduate of the Institute of Tourism and Hospitality, worked as
Yara Sallam: A prisoner of passion and human rights
Hanan Elbadawi | Many speak professionally of Yara Sallam, 28, as a skilled lawyer and distinguished researcher, but some
Waiting for God’s victory
Mohamad Salama Adam | “It is a Salafi dawah, a Sunni tariqa, a Sufi reality, a political establishment, a sports group, a
Egypt’s cinematic gems: ‘The Deluge’
Wael Hamdy | Any crime, regardless of how awful it is, can be digested under a certain level of pressure
 
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In latest Shura Council hearing, defense team decries baseless evidence
Relatives of deceased inmates face problems at the morgue