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· September, 2010

Stories about Egypt from September, 2010

Egypt: “The Inevitable Mubarak Photoshopping Contest”

In its coverage of the 2010 Peace Talks–the latest round of direct negotiations between leaders from Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, and the US, Al Ahram newspaper used Photoshop skills to...

Egypt: The US, Sharia Courts and Hysteria

Egypt: The Proposal

Egypt: Cancer Statistics Alarm

Egypt: RIP Ahmed Maher

Global Voices Bloggers at UN Millennium Development Goals Summit

Four Global Voices bloggers are currently attending the United Nations Summit on the Millennium Development Goals in New York City (September 20-22). In their personal blogs and on Twitter, they...

Egypt: Mubarak Leads the World

Egypt: A 210-year-old map on Google Earth

Egypt: Did Gamal Mubarak Order a Blog Block?

Egypt/Syria: Free Tal

Egypt: The Cairo barrages

Egypt: Wanna be a Bride; From Blog to TV

An Egyptian blog featuring humorous short stories about a girl's endless quest to find a suitable husband was published into a book more than two years ago. This year it...

Does Egypt love Egyptians?

As the gap between dreams and reality widens, young Egyptians are asking themselves if they still love their country and whether their country loves them in return. Eman AbdElRahman zooms...

MENA: Saudi Arabia Bans Moroccan Women From Traveling to Mecca

The decision last month by Saudi Arabia to ban Moroccan women of a "young age" from traveling to Mecca has stirred outrage in Morocco. Saudi authorities justified the ban on...

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