Anwar Sadat

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May 6th, 2014
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Joe Stork With the mass trials in Egypt of Muslim Brotherhood members in the media spotlight, behind the scenes authorities are drafting wide-ranging “counter-terrorism” legislation which could add another turn to the authoritarian screw Muslim Brotherhood supporters protesting against Morsi’s ...
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Apr 4th, 2013
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By Arab News By Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed Bassem Youssef, the satirist, appears once a week on the CBC channel in Cairo. But it seems this one time was enough to anger Egyptian President Muhammad Mursi who came to power following a revolution that sought freedom and dignity. Mursi has made a mockery of ...
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Mar 18th, 2013
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This piece is my reflection on Prof. Alemayehu G/Mariam`s (Al Mariam) recent article on the Nile, posted in his blog and shared on Facebook. I am writing this piece not because the article is that much worthy to be responded to but because the big title of the man as Professor and Lecturer of Politic...
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Dec 30th, 2012
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By Habtamu Abay Recently I came across one commentary by an Egyptian management consultant by the name Ms. Rania Al-Maghraby (PM World Journal, Vol. I, Issue III-October 2012). With a candid English and pleasant conceptual flow, she mentioned some of the Mega Projects Egypt is considering executing i...
By IndepthAfrica
In Egypt
Nov 23rd, 2012
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As it happened four years ago, the Israelis are again in Gaza, cutting down anything and everyone in their way. As they are known to be, the Israelis do not discriminate when it comes to killing: the Old Testament of the Bible tells of several instances of thousands of women and children being put to...
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Nov 23rd, 2012
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Robele Ababya  The Nile water is the sole lifeline for Egypt to which the Blue Nile River contributes 85%. The Blue Nile River is a vital indispensable resource of Ethiopia for irrigation farming in view of her increasing population, source of hydraulic power, and a deterrent weapon of last resort fo...
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Nov 10th, 2012
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By Jeffrey Fleishman, Los Angeles Times Poor African capitals are increasingly challenging Cairo for the river’s water, without which Egypt’s economy would wither and die. CAIRO — Overwhelmed by cascading economic and political problems since the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak, this nation te...
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Sep 18th, 2012
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By Kiflu Hussain Twelve days later after the state funeral of one of Africa’s ruthless and cunning strongman, Meles Zenawi, the ruling party in Ethiopia dominated by the deceased’s minority ethnic liberation front grudgingly decided on the chairmanship of Hailemriam Desalegn.In so doing and to the sa...
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Jul 12th, 2012
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Teetering on the brink of debt default, the Eurozone economies have once again moved centre-stage in the ongoing global economic turmoil. On 25 June, the German magazine Der Spiegel reported that a euro collapse, perhaps precipitated by Greek withdrawal from the single currency or a bank run in one o...
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Jun 20th, 2012
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Hosni Mubarak was in a coma on Wednesday but off life support and his heart and other vital organs were functioning, according to security officials. Overnight, state media reported that the 84-year old former president, ousted in last year’s uprising and now serving a life sentence in prison, ...