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Egypt's President el-Sisi ratifies law to monitor social media users
Egypt's President el-Sisi ratifies law to monitor social media users
As part of a tightening of internet controls in Egypt, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi has ratified a law granting authorities the right to monitor...
The cult of El-Hadary will transcend his goalposts
The cult of El-Hadary will transcend his goalposts
There’s the eccentricity of René Higuita, the undying consistency of Gianluigi Buffon and then there’s Essam El-Hadary, a player who draws a...
Salute to a giant African academic
Salute to a giant African academic
Samir Amin (1931-2018)
African trade far from free
African trade far from free
South Africa has finally signed the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, but the journey towards creating a common market of goods and services...
Why African teams fell short at the World Cup ― again
Why African teams fell short at the World Cup ― again
At every World Cup tournament since 1986, at least one team from Africa has made it to the second round of the World Cup finals. That record...
Active citizenship, a social contract, Islam and democracy in Egypt
Active citizenship, a social contract, Islam and democracy in Egypt
The Arab Spring that swept across North Africa in 2011 brought the...
Great expectations of the cartoon world war
Great expectations of the cartoon world war
Back in the summer of 2006, Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel instructed all Germans to smile at their World Cup guests. So they did, in their...
Your quick guide to the African sides travelling to Russia
Your quick guide to the African sides travelling to Russia
The 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament kicks off from June 14 in Russia. Africa has five representatives in this elite competition: Nigeria, Egypt,...
Gulf block remains in deadlock one year on
Gulf block remains in deadlock one year on
One year has passed since Saudi Arabia and its allies cut ties with Qatar, sparking the biggest diplomatic crisis in the Gulf in years.
Salah out 'not more' than three weeks, still has World Cup hope
Salah out 'not more' than three weeks, still has World Cup hope
Mohamed Salah could still play a role for Egypt at the World Cup after the Egyptian Football Association announced on Wednesday that the injured...
Why nuclear power for African countries doesn’t make sense
Why nuclear power for African countries doesn’t make sense
Over the last few years reports have surfaced...

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