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· June, 2007

Stories about Egypt from June, 2007

Egypt: Blogger Arrested

Egypt: US Threatens to Cut Back Aid

Egypt: Live from Jerusalem

Egypt: Politically Neutral Names

Egypt: Doomsday Book

Arabeyes: Greedy Doctors, Cheating Spouses and Parliamentary Scuffles

Today's translation of Arabic blogs makes five stops: one each in Libya, Tunisia and Kuwait and two stops in Egypt to give us a gist of what some of the...

Egypt: Blog Turns Three

Egypt: Land Sale Scam

Egypt: Call for Pessimists

Egypt: Deserted Cairo Streets

Iraq: Oil Workers on Strike

Saudi Arabia: Religious Police Losing their Edge?

Egypt: Free Kareem Site Hacked

Egypt: Banned Documentary, Cairo Metro Strike, Torture Trial and More

It's all happening in Egypt - from the release of jailed bloggers, to the trial of corrupt officers implicated in torture videos which are spreading like a bush on fire...

Egypt: Remembering POWs

Arabeyes: Reversing the Greenhouse Effect in Egypt

What will you do if you could reverse the adverse results of the Greenhouse Effect and make your country at least 5 degrees Celsius cooler? Bent Masreya, from Egypt, addresses...

Arabeyes: Saudis in Bahrain and Kuwaits and their Cars

Today's translation of Arabic blogs takes us to Saudi Arabia, where a blogger takes refuge in nearby Bahrain to clear his head over the weekend; Kuwait, where Frankom discusses the...

Egypt: Sleeping Arrangements in Dubai

Egypt: Silence Over Sexual Harassment

Egypt: A Dog's Destiny

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