Politics
Low pay, no social insurance, wage theft: The plight of private school teachers
The deterioration of private school teachers’ working conditions did not start with the pandemic.
Rural communities navigate a pandemic with water shortages
Mostafa Hosny | Egypt’s per capita share of water has steadily fallen for decades
General Union of Engineering, Metal, Electrical Workers protests plan to reallocate Egyptian Iron and Steel Company mines
A plan to inject revenue into one of Egypt’s oldest state-owned companies may be headed off the rail
How a young doctor assigned himself work at the beach
Mohamed Tarek | A majority of this year's grads abstained from enrolling in the new system
What we know about the Emirati company managing COVID-19 clinical trials in Egypt
Concerns remain regarding the oversight of the clinical trials
Egypt’s battle over buildings: The government takes on informal housing
Mohamed Tarek | In May, Sisi spoke in no uncertain terms and called for informal buildings to be razed to the ground
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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.
Friend of witness in Fairmont case swept up in backlash arrests, ordered detained
The prosecutor’s statement did not specify the charges that the detainees are being investigated for
 
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