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by: Sarah Carr 2009-11-15
CAIRO: International NGOs are warning that the United Nation’s global corruption convention will “fail” if states attending the third Conference of States Parties to the treaty in Doha do not agree on an effective review mechanism...

by: Sarah Carr 2009-3-25
Blogger Karim Amer’s imprisonment is a violation of international law, United Nations experts have concluded..

by: Sarah Carr 2008-9-22
CAIRO: Freedom of religious belief in Egypt “declined” between July 2007 and June 2008, according to the US State Department’s annual assessment of religious freedom throughout the world, the International Religious Freedom Report...

by: Sarah Carr 2008-8-22
CAIRO: About 120 school teachers expressed their rejection of government plans to link pay increases with teachers’ performance in assessment exams at a protest Thursday...

by: Sarah Carr 2008-8-3
CAIRO: Journalists on Thursday considered the role of the press in challenging exceptional laws during a seminar held at the Hisham Mubarak Law Center...

by: Sarah Carr 2008-7-14
CAIRO: Mohamed Salah Marei is a 23-year-old student in his fourth year of veterinary science at Mansoura University who doesn’t really want to be a vet. ..

by: Sarah Carr 2008-5-2
An Egyptian blogger and journalist Abdel Moneim Mahmoud was stopped at Cairo Airport Thursday evening and prevented from travelling from to a conference on press freedom in Morocco...

by: Sarah Carr 2007-12-22
Sarah Carr reports on the solidarity conference with the Qursaya Island residents..

by: Sarah Carr 2007-12-11
The story revolves around the two girls’ attempts to find somewhere to pray at half-time, which takes them to the first-aid room where Zeenat (rendered by Ullah in the classic Valley-girl whine) asks the baffled men stationed there “Uh, hi, we’re Mooooslem and we need to praaaay…?..