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· September, 2012

Stories about Egypt from September, 2012

Egypt: Sex Education for Youth

Egypt: Artists Re-Paint Murals Destroyed by Police

Egypt: 1.5km Human Chain Protest Outside Nile University

World: Hilarious Muslims Rage on Twitter

Twitter was a happy place for Muslims today, who took turns to pour out their rage, 140 characters at a time. Some were even creative enough to share memes in...

Arab World: Outrage Over Killing of US Ambassador in Benghazi

Arab netizens have condemned the cowardly attack on the United States Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, last night. Four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens were killed when militants fired rockets at...

Egypt: Teenager Confronts Militarization of Schools

As criticism of the military institution grows in Egypt, a young man takes a brave step to confront military interference in the education system. Ahmed Awadalla speaks to Ahmed Hassan,...

Egypt: Hero's Welcome for Paralympics Squad

Egypt: Welcoming Paralympics Heroes

Egypt: Women on Hunger Strike for Syria

Egypt: Going Hungry to Draw Attention to the Plight of Syrians

Syrian activists and artists abroad have been on hunger strike for almost two weeks, to draw attention to the atrocities being committed by the Syrian regime against their people.

Egypt: NGO Trial Adjourned

Egypt: The Tweeting President

Egypt: Security Forces Destroy Alexandria's Historic Book Market

Egyptians woke up this morning to the news of the destruction of bookshops on pavements along Prophet Danial's street in Alexandria by the Ministry of Interior. The raid, at dawn,...

Egypt: 18 Jewish Ladies and Four Men

UAE: Iranian Translators Distort Morsi's Speech

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