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El-Hawat talks about her rise from playing in the streets to representing and coaching women’s professional football in Egypt
Women’s football in Egypt is challenging social and sporting attitudes
As a result of the instability during the Egyptian revolution, UNHCR closed their offices and the Sudanese community suffered from a lack of financial assistance and protection services throughout that period
Despite, or perhaps because of, the prevalence of recreational drug use in Egypt, especially with regards to hashish and marihuana, there seems to be a ‘blind-eye’ approach to the presence of the country’s underlying and more problematic drug culture
A trend that is sure to continue, as the Egyptian government carries on its track record of endowing its visitors more rights than its own citizens
Taking on Cairo’s traffic by bike
DNE speaks to Ragia Omran, lawyer and human rights activist with the No Military Trials for Civilians group.
Despite the worrying number of men and women still facing military trial in Egypt, one grass-roots movement has succeeded in alerting the public to the need for change. Rana Muhammad Taha speaks to No Military Trials activists Salma Abdelgelil and Mohammad Fouda about the group’s development.
Contradicting notions of fear, thuggery, lack of justice, and luxury outline Ramlet Boulaq and its nearby Nile Towers