How Egypt Made Soccer a National Security Issue
The government is cracking down on fans in what many believe is a campaign of revenge led by the state security forces that dominated Egypt before the revolution.
Student Protests in Egypt Are Heating Up Again
A wave of violent protests and clashes between young people and police that left one demonstrator dead from a head wound.
The Teenage Egyptian Artist Behind Pink Floyd’s New Album Art
He's an 18-year-old who wants to be a doctor when he grows up.
Beer and Loathing in Post-Muslim Brotherhood Cairo
A man's alcohol stock is his kingdom.
Six Banned Middle Eastern Books You Should Read
In honour of the brave authors who continue to challenge censorship and Banned Books Week, we made you a reading list.
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.
The Hangover News
This weekend, a British MP joked about punching a woman in the throat.
Is the Egyptian Government Finally Taking Action Over Sexual Harassment?
Or is it part of the problem?
Inside Ciaro's Seedy Baladi Bars
The baladi bars are the dive bars of Egypt.
Sisi Will Win the Egyptian Election
But he'll have a hard time uniting Egyptians behind him.
The Many Reasons Middle Eastern Women Wear Hijabs
The many reasons Middle Eastern women wear hijab.
When Will Young, Poor Egyptians Get a Chance to Live?
Ousting two successive presidents hasn't made life any easier.