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Unidentified missile kills family in Bir al-Abd, Egyptian security forces thwart suicide attack in Arish
Bir al-Abd has become a new battleground between the Province of Sinai and the Armed Forces.
Detox | Issue 06: Two Nobels, a revolutionary manifesto and Quentin Tarantino
This week: A chat with writer Haitham El Wardany and Ahmed El Sabagh's monthly playlist "Tafneeta."
9th Cairo Video Festival: Decentralization, representation and potentiality
Ash Moniz | What does it mean to have a city-specific festival, when different localities within a city can each
The ‘quantum leap’ in Egypt-Israel relations
Cairo must maintain good ties with Israel, even if some aspects of the relationship remain hidden.
Creaturely empathy with desert animals: A Kuwaiti environmentalist’s social media experiment
Matthew Chovanec | Much of the appeal of hunting in the region is in the way that it invokes an idealized past.
Abortion Tales: Abortion at the mall
Ghadeer Ahmed | "He kept the test that shows I was pregnant; I kept the blood that shows I killed that baby."
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Alaa Abd El Fattah and his lawyer recount humiliation and beatings in maximum-security prison
Security directives instruct media to attack National Council for Human Rights
Writer and activist Alaa Abd El Fattah arrested from police probation
Eight killed, 10 injured in attack on military checkpoint in North Sinai
 
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Rana Baker
Return to what? Against misreadings of Gaza’s Great March
Israel's organization of power has created new relations between different classes of Palestinians.
Yara Sallam
I lost track of time in every sense of the word *
A friend said to me, “Expect to spend the same amount of time recovering outside as you did inside.”
Hafsa Halawa
Rage in Baghdad
Hafsa Halwa unpacks the ongoing protests in Iraq, which have left over 100 dead and 6,100 injured.

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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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