Egypt-Sudan relations
Calling a coup a coup? Egypt’s African Union bid to make inroads in Sudan
Egypt to hold AU meeting on Sudan in Cairo in push to preserve of military council’s leadership
 
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Ballot-box politics: What has pushed Egypt’s opposition to vote ‘no’?
Hadeer El-Mahdawy | Unlike in previous votes, more opposition members are calling for a 'no' vote than for a boycott.
Arish on high alert after militant infiltration, extraordinary security in South Sinai amid fear of spreading violence
A host of militant attacks in the past two weeks have led to tighter security measures in Sinai
Video | Big Brother: Kill the peasants
Andeel | Andeel's "Big Brother" a sarcastic weekly series in which his character shares his views on Egypt
Released but imprisoned daily: Alaa Seif on the need for new imaginations
In his first media interview since his release, Alaa Seif spoke with Mada Masr
Here we go again: Saving Muslim Women and Queers in the Age of Trump
Nadine Naber | The Muslim ban accentuates the gendered and sexual “backwardness” of “Muslim” foreign nationals
nasa4nasa: The Cairo-based dance collective leaps from Instagram to the squash court
Sara Elkamel | In December 2016, an Instagram account appeared under the name “nasa4nasa.” Its first post was a
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National referendum on constitutional amendments to begin 3 days after parliamentary approval
Egypt blocks over 34,000 websites in attempt to ‘shut down’ constitutional amendments opposition campaign
Sudan’s military council: Government to be civilian except for defense and interior ministries, will not extradite Bashir to ICC
Province of Sinai claims responsibility for Sheikh Zuwayed suicide bombing that Interior Ministry says killed 7, injured 26
 
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Opinion
Amena Sharaf
Is renewable energy really too costly for Egypt?
High prices of renewable energy are consistently used to justify Egypt’s modest renewable energy ambitions,
Ehaab Abdou
Reconciling Egyptians with their ancient past?
Analyzing students’ perspectives and curriculum representations of ancient Egyptian history
Amr Ezzat
On the precarious ‘non-existence’ of Egyptian atheists
Amr Ezzat writes about the contradiction inherent in the state’s response to atheists

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The worker’s rock bottom moment
Andeel | Worker: "What do you mean he is going to be BURIED in it?"
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