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Egypt aims for revolution in desert farming
Water scarcity prompts farmers to use an ancient technique in pursuit of sustainable agriculture.
Leyland Cecco and Michael Fox
Last updated: 02 Oct 2013 14:45 GMT
Egypt army crackdown splits Morsi opponents
Violent reaction to anti-military protests spurs some coup supporters to join the Brotherhood in the streets.
Last updated: 19 Aug 2013 11:32 GMT
Cairo economy struggles with military curfew
Egypt's month-long state of emergency is meant to address security concerns, but it hurts people in other ways.
Last updated: 18 Aug 2013 21:57 GMT
Egypt: Making sense of the senseless
Egypt's current regime must acknowledge that they inhabit a shared political space, all citizens have a right to occupy.
Last updated: 15 Aug 2013 13:03 GMT
Is the US winning hearts and minds in Egypt?
Seen either as an interloper or manipulator, the US nonetheless tries its hand at playing negotiator.
Last updated: 04 Aug 2013 21:10 GMT
Egypt mediation 'could be a starting point'
The rift between the country's military and Islamists may seem too great to resolve.
Last updated: 29 Jul 2013 18:04 GMT
Egypt's sectarian tensions become politicised
Attacks on Christians following the revolution led the minority to back an army coup, creating more polarisation.
Last updated: 26 Jul 2013 11:39 GMT
Former ambassador to US named Egypt FM
Nabil Fahmy assigned foreign affairs portfolio as interim prime minister begins to assemble a government.
Last updated: 14 Jul 2013 13:33 GMT
Morsi's downfall hammers Hamas
Analysts say Gazan rulers face increased political pressure in wake of Egypt's coup.
Last updated: 10 Jul 2013 15:04 GMT
Egypt: The return of the King?
Exiled royal proposes 'Spanish model' to restore balance in crisis-ridden country.
Last updated: 08 Jul 2013 21:32 GMT
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'We got this, Bob Geldof, so back off'
As Western stars re-release 1980s charity hit, many Africans say it's a demeaning relic that can do more harm than good.
Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
At least 25 tax collectors have been killed since 2012 in Mogadishu, a city awash in weapons and abject poverty.
Down and out in upscale Japan
Tokyo government claims its homeless population has hit a record low, but analysts - and the homeless - beg to differ.
3D printing and the future of disaster relief
3D printers can cheaply construct homes and could soon be deployed to help victims of catastrophe rebuild their lives.
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