Inside the Middle East meets two business partners who are putting a fresh spin on traditional street food.
Inside the Middle East discovers how art, music and food are all influenced by the bustling streets of the Egyptian capital.
Inside the Middle East explores how Egypt’s revolution has given new rise to creativity on the streets of Cairo.
Check out this piece written by GlobalPost yesterday: It was within hours of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali fleeing Tunisia that GlobalPost Cairo correspondent Jon Jensen began reporting on reverberations in Egypt — on the protests, the clashes, and the drive to eventually oust President Hosni Mubarak from power. Jensen lived in an apartment just … Read More
When Egyptian Hanna Fathy looks at the pink paste that collects in a bucket under his sink, he doesn’t see trash, he sees a source of renewable power. Story originally published December 2, 2011 by Global Post.
Confident Egyptians say election was drastic departure from the Mubarak era. But tensions linger.
Egyptian activist Bothaina Kamel could be her country’s first female president – she says she’s running to give voice to the many women who participated in Egypt’s revolution. Story originally published by GlobalPost on November 28, 2011.
Police and military appeared unable Monday to quell growing anger.
Egypt’s military blames sectarian clashes for Cairo’s recent violence. Everyone else blames the military.
Although the worst seems like it’s over, security issues continue to plague the country.
Amid celebrations, Egyptians call on army to help build a new democracy.
Beeper phoned into to Global Post in the midst of the celebration in Cairo’s Tahrir Square the same minute that Hosni Mubarak announced his resignation. Story originally aired February 11, 2011 on Global Post.