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It is doubtful that the outcome of the elections will have any significant effect on Egypt's security or its economy.
Mass death sentences represent a continuation of Egypt's eliminationist policy.
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's speech does not offer much hope for Egyptian democracy.
We look at the risks and challenges facing the media trying to document the ongoing civil war.
We discuss the country's ailing economy and the educational needs of its refugee children.
The 2009 elections ignited huge anti-government protests and crackdowns, but where has Iran's Green Wave gone?
Teams are gathering at the UN's headquarters to plan the future of Syria, but most of these plans remain secret.
Anti-government forces seem to be getting more organised, but can they consolidate their gains?
As the two countries exchange cross-border fire, we ask if it is in Turkey's national interest to go into Syria.
We discuss why Syria's opposition has been unable to incorporate itself into a strong coalition with a united message.
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