Vienna-based student Ahmed Samir Santawy went on hunger strike after he was sentenced to four years in Egypt's strictest prison. His fate now lies in the hands of Egypt’s autocratic president.
The internet's favourite ship is coming home.
Executives from French companies Amesys and Nexa Technologies were indicted for selling surveillance technology to regimes in Libya and Egypt.
The men, all from affluent, well-connected families, were arrested after a social media campaign aimed at naming and shaming sexual predators in Egypt.
Vienna student Ahmed Samir Santawy was detained, blindfolded, beaten and charged with terror offences when he returned to Egypt. His partner is leading the campaign to free him.
Aten, dubbed a “Lost Golden City” by Egyptian officials, is one of the most important finds in decades, said one archaeologist.
Disinformation made Marwa Elselehdar the villain of the internet’s favourite saga in the Suez. Then she took control of the narrative.
“Ever Given had never tried canal before.”
If you had been following news of the Ever Given solely via Egyptian media, the first you would probably have heard of the ship was that it had been freed.