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The Most Dangerous Job in Journalism Is Just Being a Reporter in Egypt

Abdullah al-Fakharany just wanted to tell the truth about the Sisi government’s violent crackdown on civilians. It got him life in prison.

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How Egypt’s Copts Fell Out of Love with President Sisi

Once seen by the country's Christians as a savior, Egypt's new strongman has proven little better than his predecessors.

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Relaxed Uniform Regulations Let Egyptian Volleyball Players Compete Against Bikini-Clad Germans

Egypt sent their first-ever women's beach volleyball team to the Olympics this year, and they were allowed to compete fully clad.

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Killing Fields in the Egyptian Desert

Eight vacationing Mexican tourists and four tour guides were gunned down — out of the blue — by Egyptian military aircraft. What happened?

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Egyptian Lawmakers to Washington: Don’t Tell Us Not to Kill Civilians If You’re Going To

Politicians in Egypt are calling the United States out for hypocrisy in the wake of police shootings.

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SitRep: EgyptAir Wreckage Found; NATO Debates Libya Ops

Russia mad at NATO, again; more Libya operations; and lots more

Report

Flight 804: Slipping Through the Cracks

Airports are supposed to be some of the most secure places on earth. If an Egyptian airliner was brought down by terrorists after leaving Paris, authorities will face the grim reality that they aren’t safe enough.

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