For Egypt’s most marginalized population, the revolution only made things harder.
Although the worst seems like it’s over, security issues continue to plague the country.
Amid turmoil in Middle East and North Africa, Al Qaeda struggles to be relevant.
Three months after Egypt’s revolution, the country’s economy struggles to recover.
After Osama bin Laden’s death, the world has turned its attention to a 59-year-old Egyptian named Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Tunisia’s Berbers test the limits of country’s newfound freedoms.
This week on DNE’s Videocast: Egypt’s Army-led interim government announces a constitutional decree — and sets new elections for this fall. And Ian Lee reports on a case of an Egyptian man arrested in Syria. Story originally published by Daily News Egypt on April 1, 2011.
The former political vehicle of Hosni Mubarak is revamping its image as it attempts a comeback
This week on DNE’s Videocast: Egypt’s stock market reopens after nearly 2 months, Ian Lee reports on a suspicious fire at the Ministry of Interior in downtown Cairo, and Egyptians move forward after voting in the constitutional referendum. Story originally published by Daily News Egypt on March 25, 2011.
But did the vote to change the constitution go far enough?
This week on DNE’s Videocast: Egyptians head to the polls to vote in a referendum on constitutional amendments; Mohamed Effat reports on new allegations of military torture; and Egypt’s stock market remains closed. Story originally published by Daily News Egypt on March 18, 2011.
This week on DNE’s Videocast: Sarah el Sirgany gets a rare look into the halls and jail cells of Egypt’s State Security Headquarters after protesters stormed the building. And Jon Jensen reports on the Tahrir Square sit-in that was attacked. Story originally published by Daily News Egypt on March 11, 2011.