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Graffiti & Greenery

I’ve stayed in Garden City, near Tahrir Square, for seven days, and this is the first time since 25 January 2011 that I have been walking around in this area – an area I used to visit almost weekly for five years in the end of the 90s. 264 more words

Travel

Guerra Interna

Por Letícia Naísa

A revolução no Egito que ainda não chegou para as mulheres

No dia 3 de julho de 2013, o presidente egípcio Mohamed Mursi foi deposto pelo Exército, originando mais uma onda de protestos pelas praças públicas do país. 1,353 more words

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Intern War

Por Letícia Naísa

The Egyptian revolution hasn’t come to women

On July 3, 2013, Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi was deposed by the army, causing another wave of protests in the country’s public squares. 1,202 more words

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Egypt’s gang rape: Never accept the normalization of Sexual Harassment

On 8th of June, during the celebrations of Field Marshall Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s inauguration as president, a group of men has sexually assaulted a young woman in Tahrir Sqaure. 633 more words

Egypt

Years without the slightest change

I’ve stopped blogging for almost 6 months for many reasons. Had a pretty stressful time working, studying and travelling besides going through a pretty terrible depression that made me end up receiving treatment for PTSD. 182 more words

Egypt