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Labour rights boost for Egypt

The inclusion of a union leader in the new cabinet bodes well, reports Public Services International.

Filed in: Egypt Politics Trade Unions Work

For the love of Egypt

Egyptian-American Yahia Lababidi’s poetic response to the turmoil in his home country.

Filed in: Egypt Poetry

Egypt: what happened to democracy, freedom, stability?

Adam Ramsey considers the implications of the protests against Mohamed Morsi a year into his presidency.

Filed in: Activism Egypt Politics

The deadly scale of trafficking in the Sinai

In a fertile environment for kidnapping, the overwhelming majority of victims in the region are refugees from Eritrea. Katie Harris reports.

Filed in: Egypt Eritrea Human Rights Refugees

Country Profile: Egypt

Maria Golia considers Egypt’s past, present and future.

Filed in: Egypt

Tensions over Egypt’s referendum result

Voting may be finished but political divisions continue after a low turnout writes Adam Ramsey.

Filed in: Democracy Egypt Human Rights Politics Social Change

Morsi condemned as the new Mubarak

Adam Ramsey reports from Egypt on the people’s anger in the face of the president’s constitutional declarations.

Filed in: Egypt Politics

To everything there is a season

How can Egyptians make sure last year’s uprisings have a lasting legacy? Maria Golia looks forward.

Filed in: Egypt

Blue bras and mettle: Egypt's women stand their ground

Libby Powell reflects on last year’s International Womens Day when women took to the streets of Egypt to fight for their rights.

Filed in: Egypt Feminism Human Rights Women

Egyptian fugitive ex-minister exposed at London lecture

Despite being wanted by Interpol, the former Egyptian finance minister, Youssef Boutros-Ghali, is spotted at a lecture in London, reports Stefan Simanowitz.

Filed in: Egypt Politics

Letter from Cairo

The future is unknown, but we can learn on the job, says Maria Golia.

Filed in: Egypt Social Change

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