Military press releases have become the main source of news in North Sinai, but now locals are publishing their own stories “We are not journalists but our reality has forced us to report the suffering
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Egypt blocked Facebook's Free Basics Internet service for refusing to let the government spy on users
Free Basics, launched in Egypt in October, is aimed at low-income customers, allowing anyone with a cheap computer or smartphone to create a Facebook account and access a limited set of Internet services
Reporters protest against the forced closure of El Tayar, as the newspaper’s editor-in-chief faces the death penalty More than 30 Sudanese journalists have launched a hunger strike to protest against forced
Mohamed Heikal, a confidant of Egypt’s nationalist leader Gamal Abdel Nasser who later wrote insider accounts of his country’s wars and peacemaking deals with Israel, died Feb. 17 in Cairo. He was 92.
CAIRO — Four American journalists left Bahrain this week after they were arrested by authorities who accused them of "participating with a group of saboteurs who were carrying out riot acts." Their arrests
CAIRO — The only reason Khadeega Gaafar knows that authorities extended her husband’s stay in prison is because he hasn’t come back home. Gaafar’s husband, Egyptian writer and academic Ismail Iskandarani,
Almigdad Mojalli, who had also worked for the Telegraph, was one of only a handful of Yemeni journalists working with international news organisations A leading Yemeni journalist was killed by an air on
Born in California to an Iranian father and an American mother, Rezaian moved to Tehran, where he was accredited as a journalist, in 2008 For Jason Rezaian, the implementation of Iran’s historic nuclear
Journalist who has been detained in Iran for more than a year on charges including espionage reportedly faces up to 20 years in prison Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who has been detained in for
The prime minister paid tribute to Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed during a memorial in Canberra honouring war correspondents Malcolm Turnbull says his government will continue to press the government