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To count by the book: Who can say what happened beside the Wahat Road?
Heba Afify and Omar Said | The Wahat Road attack has ignited debate around the state's role in reporting on events
Egyptian government bypasses ISPs to block access to websites: Telecommunications Ministry source
Mohamed Hamama | The websites block has been carried out through a centralized government decision, according to source
24 hours later: What we know about the blocking of Mada Masr’s website
Mohamed Hamama | Where and how we're blocked, whether it could be legal, what the context is, and more
The rise and fall of Karmoz: How a local journalism platform tried to escape Egypt’s center
Mohamed Hamama | We trace the five-year journey of Alexandria-based news organization Karmoz
One, two, three, four media laws: How media legislation in Egypt is staging state control
Mostafa Mohie | A recently passed media bill is raising concerns about compromises on Egypt's media freedoms
Timeline: The Journalists Syndicate and the state, an ongoing battle
Beesan Kassab | A timeline of events leading to sentencing of syndicate head Yehia Qallash this month.
One story, many faces: How Egypt’s political TV is shaping public opinion
How have political narratives dominated Egypt’s most popular mode of news consumption?
In support of the Journalists Syndicate, in defense of our profession
While people around the world celebrate World Press Freedom Day, we are racing to cover the systematic
Visualizing Egypt: More voices, less freedom
Since the early 2000s, Egypt has seen the liberalization of the media market, with the state opening
 
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Opinion
Shawkan
Shawkan: How can Egypt lead UNESCO? 
From prison, Shawkan criticizes the nomination of Moushira Khattab for director of UNESCO
Amro Ali
Egyptian journalism: ‘Is there shame in [asking] a question?’
“In Egypt, there is freedom of speech, but no freedom after speech” – went the running joke at
Yasmin El-Rifae
For journalists, freedom from jail is a qualified liberty
The only country with more journalists in jail than Egypt is China, and it has raced to this position
 
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News
Court adjourns Mada Masr website blocking case until November 26
Court adjourns Mada Masr website blocking case until October 22
Mada Masr court case adjourned to October 1
RSF criticizes takeover of Egyptian media outlets by pro-state businessmen
Al-Bawaba confiscated for report on fugitive former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly
Egypt extends website ban to Berlin-based Qantara
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