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The AUC kicked off the first-ever virtual session series at the Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism, a conference call with professor Vince Gonzales, who is an investigative journalist, professor of professional practice at the University of South California, and coordinator of the University’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s masters degree programme in …
After using social media to publicly quash the coup, Turkey’s government is cracking down on news sites and purging state institutions again. Here is how censorship works in the country – and how Turks react to it.
Amnesty International tells UN not to be “fooled” by Egyptian President’s empty promises
Ministry of Foreign Affairs has frequently taken to speaking out against critical international reports
Ahead of the Suez Canal expansion celebration, some international media outlets shed light on the new inauguration. Some reported the facts, and threw in their own and experts views and opinions on it. Daily News Egypt outlines a number of newspapers that talked about the event ahead of its official opening on 6 August. “Today …
We do not interfere in the internal affairs of our neighbours or anyone else, Foreign Minister says
The risk of violence is high as a march of pro-government “Chavista women” is also scheduled for Saturday in Caracas.
New report details a plethora of abuses journalists faced in 2013
The Nile TV presenter was dismissed after her comments on CNN were considered “incitement against 30 June implying it was a coup”
The renowned journalist claims he never predicted a military plot against Al-Sisi
A coup d’etat is, according to Oxford English Dictionary, “a sudden, violent, and illegal seizure of power from a government”. According to western media, this is what happened in Egypt on 3 July. It’s all cut and dry for the all-knowing western media who decided to label what happened a “coup”, not caring for what …
CNN said US and Western intelligence agencies were reviewing information suggesting Israel had likely conducted a strike overnight on Thursday.
Egyptian satirist’s legal issues continue to capture global interest
Egyptian satirist’s legal issues continue to capture global interest as Jon Stewart berates Mohamed Morsi
Three months’ worth of pre-25 Jan Beach tourism revenues are enough to match the IMF loan package, say experts
Premier talks about constitution and situation on the ground