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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

A fierce beauty

Maria Golia experiences beautiful music and blunt talk at a Cairo gathering.

Filed in: Culture Egypt Music

Egypt’s unfinished revolution

Stefan Simanowitz reports on the mood surrounding the elections in Cairo.

Filed in: Democracy Egypt

‘Nothing has changed in Egypt’

A special report from Tahrir Square on the violence of the last few days, and how Egypt has been let down by its new leaders.

Filed in: Activism Egypt Military Politics

From Tahrir Square To Liberty Square, NY – Justice for all

With Occupy Wall Street fighting for its life, Yahia Lababidi says that by supporting each other, Egyptian and US protesters can make the impossible possible.

Filed in: Activism Egypt Finance Politics United States

Postcards from the Middle East

Glen Johnson presents photographs from Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and Yemen.

Filed in: Egypt Lebanon Palestine Somalia Syria

Egyptian laughter

In a climate of uncertainty, Maria Golia discovers that laughter can sound hollow.

Filed in: Egypt

Egypt's freedom harvest

Rami Zurayk says the Arab uprisings offer a unique chance to embrace food sovereignty.

Filed in: Egypt Hunger Syria

Podcast: Maria Golia on Egypt

An interview with Maria Golia, author of our longstanding and popular Letter from Cairo column.

Filed in: Activism Egypt

Letter from Cairo

Love can be tough amid the boredom and despair of a city slum, writes Maria Golia.

Filed in: Egypt

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