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  1. Is Egypt verdict a victory for LGBT rights?

    An Egyptian court shocked many by acquitting 26 men accused of indecency and debauchery in a high-profile case made infamous by a journalist widely regarded as unethical.
    Posted on: Jan 13, 2015

  2. Gaza 'geeks' find new future in tech startups

    While diplomats pledged billions to Gaza’s reconstruction in Cairo, a Gazan entrepreneur was seeking funds for a tech startup accelerator in the Gaza Strip.
    Posted on: Oct 17, 2014

  3. Survivors of Rabia massacre still search for justice

    A year has passed since more than 1,000 pro-Morsi protesters were killed in Cairo, and anger festers among families of victims who demand justice.
    Posted on: Aug 14, 2014

  4. Egypt's uncertain opposition after Sisi landslide

    While much publicity has been on Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's failure to gain a high voter turnout, Egypt's opposition finds itself in a precarious state.
    Posted on: Jun 03, 2014

  5. Egypt’s 2012 presidential candidates: Where are they now?

    The 2012 presidential elections showcased a diverse selection of candidates from across Egypt’s political spectrum, but this time around, the field has narrowed.
    Posted on: May 09, 2014

  6. Egypt's diversity test

    Egypt's ruling military regime is promoting an exclusive Egyptian identity that refuses to acknowledge any differences in society.
    Posted on: Apr 23, 2014

  7. 16 women journalists on the Middle East front lines

    Al-Monitor asked 16 of the most prominent women journalists covering the Middle East about the role of gender in their work in the region.
    Posted on: Feb 21, 2014

  8. Egypt's government fails to end civil strife, terrorism

    The Egyptian government’s recent decision to list the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization is meant to draw attention away from criticism directed at the government and will not help address Egypt’s primary challenges.
    Posted on: Dec 30, 2013

  9. Egypt’s old and new battle over revolutionary discourse

    The Mohamed Mahmoud Street protests mark the first attempt by nonpartisan revolutionaries to reclaim the narrative that has been hijacked by the military and the Muslim Brotherhood.
    Posted on: Nov 21, 2013

  10. Has Egypt Lost the Plot?

    Egyptians seem to have forgotten the initial goals that fueled uprisings against the Muslim Brotherhood and the denial of human rights.
    Posted on: Oct 14, 2013

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