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Egyptian photojournalist Ahmed Hayman used his camera to bring the world to the heart of one of the largest refugee camps to have grown out of the world: Jordan’s Al-Zaatari refugee camp.
The prosecution authority renewed the detention of the defendant for 15 days
“Marwa Adel is one of the most professional photographers in the world, and she has a statement to make, and it is a very important one regarding women and society,” said Professor Shems Friedlander, director of the AUC’s photographic gallery.
Court heard last defence arguments in Al-Azhar University protests case
Gamal Ziada writes from jail: “I saw death. I blame human rights groups’ silence”
Through work by five photographers, the exhibition explores a side of refugees’ lives in Egypt
Photographer Ali Hassan launches his first online photography campaign
Rights group files report to attorney general regarding alleged assault on Ahmed Gamal Ziada
18 photographers attempt to document various aspects of modern life
The photography project is one of hundreds inspired by “Humans of New York”, a Facebook page that features portraits of New Yorkers and personal stories from their lives
Photographer invites women to shrug off societal gender roles and “dress and do as they want”
The prestigious LeadAward is awarded to German print and online media in a variety of categories and Abd El Ghany’s photograph appeared in the magazine Stern.
A photographer was assaulted and his camera was seized at the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in press centre
Rehab Eldalil hopes the photos she take will bring a smile on someone’s face
Berwaz aims to produce high-quality, spontaneous photographs that are both fun and artistic