Tahrir Square

Horrifying pictures have emerged of a female protester shot dead by police at a march in downtown Cairo, a tragedy that threatens
Unlike most of us, Koert Debeuf is no desk researcher. He is a courageous and committed political blogger, opinion maker and Middle East expert, who travelled extensively in Egypt, Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Jordan, Palestine and Turkey...
Plagued by unrest for the past four years, Egypt's tourist sector has seen a sharp decline making now the perfect time to visit if you want to experience its rich history without the crowds.
YouTube has refused a request from the Egyptian government to remove footage of a violent sexual assault in Cairo. Egypt
Arab world's near-100% vote for a Presidential candidate With over 220,000 people dead since 2011 and the country literally
When Tony Blair claims it is religious or cultural difference that will fuel 21st century wars, not the ideologies that caused past wars (The Observer, January 26, 2014) he shows only a skewed notion of religion's place in society and history. He projects a narrow idea of what it means to be religious, and diverts attention from other, more systemic problems.
When Egyptian’s biggest film star Amr Waked walked to Tahrir Square on 10 February 2011, it was the midst of the protest
Why do individual riot officers who may sympathise with the causes of protesters continue to use force to suppress them? How can officers shoot at a protest that they could have been a part of, had they not chosen to become members of the police? They too experience injustices, have families that must be fed and educated and hold opinions on social and political issues.
One of the success stories of this tech-savvy revolution is that of Bassem Youssef, an Egyptian satirist whose political parodies posted on YouTube have lead to his own television show and a worldwide following. Despite coming under attack by Islamists, Youssef has remained popular as the voice of dissent.
At least 70 people have been killed in Cairo at a rally in support of the ousted Egyptian president, Mohammed Morsi. The