Contentious ‘joint investigation’ into Regeni murder ends with mutual Egyptian-Italian understanding to part ways
Egypt will “temporarily close” its investigation into the 2016 murder of Italian PhD student Giulio
Italian FM sends letter to Shoukry requesting legal residences of 5 Egyptian security officials to start Regeni trial in absentia
In Italian law, defendants must be notified of their indictment to be tried in absentia
How Italians locked down: Q&A with a doctor in Milan
"It feels like wartime"
4 years after Giulio Regeni killing, Egypt and Italy grow ties in spite of unresolved case
“2020 must be the year of truth, the year of Giulio Regeni.”
Palermo conference: Haftar invited to Tripoli, plan for 2nd Italian conference to discuss 2019 Libyan elections
LNA head Khalifa Haftar leaves Palermo conference with invitation to visit Triploli
Europe’s migration trade with Egypt
Sofian Philip Naceur and Tom Rollins | Is cooperation between Egypt and the EU putting migrants at risk?
Border-crossing on the bride’s side
Laura Cugusi | On a film about a celebratory act of civil disobedience.
How to measure the Mediterranean
Jenifer Evans | Nothing really dies in Cairo, it's always circulating.
Lucia Sorbera
The challenge of racism, misogyny and social justice in contemporary Europe
Notes on the Italian general election
Asef Bayat
Reminiscing Gramsci
It is a tribute to Gramsci to identify the crisis. It is up to us to address it
Roberto Pitea
The first act of a future populist Italian government?
On the Italian constitutional referendum vote and rocky times ahead.
Despite backlash over Regeni case, Italian PM announces sale of warships to Egypt to proceed
Six Egyptian migrants drown off Sicilian port