Mada Masr
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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Legal limbo: Media council again extends deadline for outlets to legalize status
For the time being, we remain in legal limbo.
Sinai Bulletin | Revenge killings against Maghara and Mangam Youth Union sign of shift in militant operations to central Sinai? 40,000 families threatened by Arish Port development
Arish residents fear their houses may be being marked for demolition to expand the Arish port.
9 senior figures dismissed from Wafd Party in purge of opposition faction
Ousted member Abd Elaleem Dawood called the move “baseless” and “an act of political thuggery”
Without money for national vaccine campaign, Egypt turns to Tahya Masr Fund, private sector partnerships, voluntary vaccination
Beesan Kassab | Egypt kicked off its vaccination campaign with a live television broadcast of a nurse and a doctor from
Journalist Solafa Magdy accuses police officers, personnel of assault, harassment, Interior Ministry denies
| Magdy was arrested alongside her husband on November 26, 2019
Ruling issued in favor of NGO for disbursal of 1.5 mn euros ‘facade of judicial fairness’
| The practice is frequently used by the government to disrupt civil society work
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Months after arrests of wintesses, prosecutors issue public call for video of 2014 Fairmont rape
Sisi links political unrest to population growth in public address calling for birth control
Plans to lease out grounds of Abbasseya Psychiatric Hospital draw opposition from hospital staff advocacy group
Union head: Hundreds laid off at Spinalex, latest in long-term attenuation of company
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