Egypt 2012 wrap
Latest in Year End 2012 Highlight
Latest in Year End 2012
Daily News Egypt tests your political and social awareness in 2012. Don’t worry, we also provide the answers to the pop quiz
Political parties emerged, coalitions formed and dissolved, and more were formed as the year passed
Port Said Incident, Tawfiq Okasha and Nader Bakar top the 2012 trending list for search queries
2011 was a busy year, with over 1,300 labour protests held. The frustrated workers continued to take to the streets in 2012.
Daily News Egypt would like to thank contributors to the Commentary page who provided us and our readers with insight, analysis, hope and in some cases laughter to pull us through the stressful times
Ten of our best features in 2012
For the past two years whoever has been in power in Egypt has taken it upon themselves to issue constitutional decrees in order to right the wrongs of previous decrees. Predictably, this plunged the country into constitutional chaos.
Daily News Egypt takes a look at Cairo’s most dangerous roads in 2012
Violations of the Ministry of Interior were a catalysts for the 25 January Revolution. However, activists’ hope for real change in the ministry during 2012 have been crushed.
Daily News Egypt points out the similarities and differences between President Mohamed Morsy and the Supreme Council of Armed Forces
Daily News Egypt reviews 2012’s most important events on the Egyptian political scene
A serious analysis of the ins and outs of the political alliances and coalitions that will contest the upcoming parliamentary elections
A generation that refuses autocracy under any pretense has finally been born in Egypt.
Over the past year DNE has often chosen to let images speak for themselves. Striking photographs, accompanied by a few short sentences tell the stories of what is happening all around us. From seasonal fruits and vegetables to important landmarks, the writing on the walls and human interaction that represents our reality; these pictures say it all. Here are our favourites.
Egypt’s Art&Culture scene flourished in 2012. From music, contemporary dance to photography, festivals and exhibitions of paintings, the underground scene grew exponentially.
Many artists quote the revolution as their inspiration and controversial subject matters were seen more than ever before. Artists in Egypt have become more outspoken and the diversity in their work made for a vibrant, surprising and entertaining year. Here are some of our highlights of 2012.
In the past year the Lifestyle pages in DNE have covered food, fashion, jewellery, Green Initiatives, health, wellness and much more. We tasted cupcakes on your behalf, found out about kiteboarding, told you where to ride your bike and gave you many ways how to cook proper Egyptian food. Here are our favourites of 2012