Stories By May Kamel
119 May 2015 Tue
Egyptian youth were at the forefront of the revolution four years ago, hoping to influence the country's future and to establish a true democracy. But today many have lost their enthusiasm and are looking to leave their homeland.
211 May 2015 Mon
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has taken a harsh stance against religious extremism since coming to power in 2014. And he has found an unlikely ally in Al-Azhar University.
308 Mar 2015 Sun
Despite being banned in Egypt, female genital mutilation (FGM) still remains widespread in the country thanks to traditional beliefs and difficulties in law enforcement.