Egypt is finally facing its sexual violence problem after an Instagram account drew scores of women publicizing their alleged encounters with a young man from an elite family.
Influencers Haneen Hossam and Mowada al-Adham were sentenced to two years in prison for inciting "immorality" on the social media platform.
'They're All Just Here to Die': Coronavirus Is Threatening Tens of Thousands of Egyptian Political Prisoners
The repressive Sisi government recently implemented a blanket ban on access to prisoners.
Former defense contractor Mohamed Ali almost toppled the Egyptian government by posting viral videos about corruption. Now, he has a plan to finish the job.
The newspaper turned to Ireland for help getting Declan Walsh to safety.
The latest wave of protests can be linked back to ex-army contractor Mohamed Ali, who has alleged corruption at the highest levels of the Egyptian government and military.
“One cannot deny that there is lots of anger and the Egyptian authorities seem shaken by it.”
Egyptians Keep Sharing These Videos About Government Corruption and There's Nothing Sisi Can Do About It
Millions of Egyptians are enthralled by daily videos uploaded by a former military contractor who accuses President Sisi of large-scale corruption.
Morsi, a leading figure in the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood movement, had been serving lengthy jail sentences since his ouster from power.
“It could be the beginning of a social media movement.”
Egyptian authorities are investigating the photo posted by a Danish photographer, Andreas Hvid, that shows him and a model bumping uglies on the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The cheese, made from both cow and sheep/goat milk, is contaminated with infectious bacteria.