Tom Dale

News

Egypt Sentenced Three Journalists to Jail for Doing Their Job

After a farcical court case, where videos of sheep were used as evidence of a terrorist plot.
Tom Dale
6.24.14
News

Sisi Will Win the Egyptian Election

But he'll have a hard time uniting Egyptians behind him.
Tom Dale
5.27.14
News

When Will Young, Poor Egyptians Get a Chance to Live?

Ousting two successive presidents hasn't made life any easier.
Tom Dale
4.22.14
News

Will Egypt's Mass Death Sentence Provoke More Violence?

Muslim Brotherhood supporters aren't happy about 529 of their comrades being sentenced to death.
Tom Dale
3.25.14
News

Are Eritrean and Egyptian Officials Profiting from Torture?

According to trafficking victims and human rights groups, yes.
Tom Dale
2.12.14
News

Why Are Journalists Being Imprisoned in Egypt?

The interim government are doing all they can to silence their critics.
Tom Dale
2.5.14
News

Growing Opium Is All the Sinai Bedouins Have Left

If you can't get a job, you might as well harvest drugs.
Tom Dale
1.10.14
News

A Divided Egypt Battles with Fireworks, Rocks, and Guns

On Friday at least 30 were dead across Egypt.
Tom Dale
7.6.13
News

Egypt Had Their Biggest Demonstration Since the Revolution

I went along to speak to Morsi's supporters and all the people who want him out of office.
Tom Dale
7.1.13
News

I Spent the Weekend Getting Attacked by Soldiers in Cairo

One of them died but my camera survived.
Tom Dale
5.8.12
News

Fighting Dirty With the Mobs in Cairo

People there are still dying for their own version of freedom.
Tom Dale
5.3.12
News

How do Mad Dictators Know When to Quit?

I went to the protests in Cairo yesterday and came up with some advice.
Tom Dale
2.4.12
0102