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What Happened to the Egyptian Revolution?

By Erika Brady
Columnist, PhD Student at the Handa Center of Terrorism and Political Violence

Almost five years on from the outbreak of the Egyptian Revolution, it is an interesting time to ask what has changed in the country? 1,239 more words

Middle East & Africa

Our Amazing Race..... EGYPT ~ Impacting, Vibrant, Fascinating! PART ONE

The desire to visit Egypt stirred in our hearts three years ago when the nation was thrown into turmoil during the ousting of President Mubarak and the take-over of the Muslim Brotherhood. 701 more words

Egypt Revolution - Timeline

For almost 3 years now, Egypt has been through many changes, from the fall of Hosni Mubarak’s regime to the election of President Mohamed Morsi in June 2012. 390 more words


Under Mubarak, I did Ballet and had a Cat called Sisi: Life in Egypt from 1990 to 1995

From 1990 to 1995, we lived in Cairo under the rule of Hosni Mubarak.

Egypt was a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention, which provides the most comprehensive codification of rights of refugees at the international level. 1,134 more words

Malaysia: Fix 1MDB woes soon, ex-BN elected reps urge PM -- Still hope for Bandar Malaysia development project

By Anne Muhammad     

The council of former Malaysian elected representatives (Mubarak) wants Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to solve the 1MDB imbroglio as soon as possible. 820 more words

Egypt's electing a parliament again--Mark on the radio

It’s election day in Egypt again. People are voting for a new parliament. Since 2011, they’ve voted for a parliament, four constitutions and two presidents.. They’re evidently getting tired of it–turnout for the first day was low. 107 more words

Who is left to fight for democracy?

from The Economist

IF YOU believe Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, Egypt’s president, his country will take a final step towards democracy later this month, when voters start the process of choosing a new parliament. 926 more words

Middle East