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How Egypt’s water feeds the Gulf
Nada Arafat and Saker El Nour | 10 percent of Egypt's Nile water is allocated for Gulf food security
The Wardrobe Man, or how to create a biography from an archive
Lina Attalah | A conversation about Egyptian artist Bassem Yousri's film about a Danish hermit
An industry under threat: Ramadan 2019, brought to you by Egyptian Media Group
Mohamed al-Aswany | On the changing television landscape in Egypt and the state’s critical role in the ongoing shift
An artistically lacking film at a morally lacking moment: The problematic rhetoric of ‘Gunshot’
Amr Ezzat | An examination of “Gunshot,” the controversial film which premiered at the Gouna Film Festival
More hurdles to clear: What a new committee organizing festivals means for the future of artistic events in Egypt
| A decree issued last week imposes severe restrictions on the organization of art events in Egypt
On the swift un-banning of Karma, and the popular notion of the ‘dissident artist’
Hakim Abdel Naim | The un-banning of Khaled Youssef's latest film has raised questions
 
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