Mada Masr
 
 
Opinion
Becoming ‘legal’: On Mada Masr’s decision to apply for a license under the new media law
We made this choice while thinking about what it means to be radical inside out
Mohamed Gad
An income spent on daily subsistence
Wage earners are picking up the tab of Egypt’s economic ‘reform’ program
Ezzedine C. Fishere
Why the Egyptian military will relinquish power
The military elite has not modified its behavior, and may soon manoeuvre into a new role
 
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features
Faced with displacement, unfilled promises, relentless clashes, Bir al-Abd villages live in the unknown
An official statement never materialized from the North Sinai Governorate nor the military spox.
Detox | The music in the background
I ended my journey among the ruins of the fallen Cassette Kingdom
Detox | In the company of four-legged friends
This is definitely not a call for replacing humans with animals
Trimming Turkey’s wings: Ankara and Cairo fight for influence in Africa and East Med
| Turkey has emerged as the primary antagonist in areas where Egypt has been trying to make its mark
How a former Egyptian prisoner is trying to take an ex-prime minister to court in the U.S.
| Both the governments of Egypt and the United States have intervened to have the case dismissed
Media orgs vow to investigate as Hisham Allam threatens rape accusers with legal action
| On Sunday, the fifth in a series of testimonies against the journalist appeared on a blog
 
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News
Heavy police presence, random searches around Tahrir ahead of Sept. 20 protest anniversary
Government campaign to demolish informal buildings sparks anger
Third detainee dies in Tora Prison in 3-week-span
Friend of witness in Fairmont case swept up in backlash arrests, ordered detained
 
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