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We ask if the latest deaths during a football match is a sign of deteriorating security a year after the revolution.
As Twitter introduces a new procedure for self-censorship, is this the end of freedom of expression on the internet?
Witnesses report sound of heavy gunfire as police and soldiers charge hundreds of people gathered in Cairo protest hub.
Death toll rises to 12 as clashes between protesters and army enter fifth day, drawing UN and US condemnation.
Last year, none of these bloggers would have believed that social media would lead to the events of the Arab Spring.
WikiLeaks and its Tunisian spin-off, TuniLeaks, may have offered the final blow to the power of state media.
Thousands of people are taking to streets across the region demanding political and social reform.
Riz Khan
We look at the role of social media in the Tunisian uprising and ask what impact it may have on the rest of the region.
Riz Khan
How serious is the threat posed by WikiLeaks to other media outlets and how is it shaping the media industry?
In Egypt under emergency law, what could be considered free expression elsewhere can be cause for arrest.
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The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
Colleagues of detained Al Jazeera journalists press demands for their release, 100 days after their arrest in Egypt.
Mehdi Hasan discusses online freedoms and the potential of the web with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.
A tight race seems likely as 814 million voters elect leaders in world's largest democracy next week.
 
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Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.