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Egypt's media freedom at all-time low?
Ahead of Egyptian elections, the country faces some of the worst media curtailment in decades.
Last updated: 24 May 2014 08:43 GMT
Is Egypt's football tragedy a conspiracy?
We ask if the latest deaths during a football match is a sign of deteriorating security a year after the revolution.
Last updated: 03 Feb 2012 08:31 GMT
The impact of Twitter's censorship plan
As Twitter introduces a new procedure for self-censorship, is this the end of freedom of expression on the internet?
Last updated: 29 Jan 2012 13:59 GMT
Dawn raid in Tahrir Square amid clashes
Witnesses report sound of heavy gunfire as police and soldiers charge hundreds of people gathered in Cairo protest hub.
Last updated: 20 Dec 2011 12:50 GMT
Egyptian army continues crackdown on protests
Death toll rises to 12 as clashes between protesters and army enter fifth day, drawing UN and US condemnation.
Last updated: 20 Dec 2011 05:32 GMT
Arab bloggers meet in post-revolution Tunisia
Last year, none of these bloggers would have believed that social media would lead to the events of the Arab Spring.
Last updated: 22 Oct 2011 13:03 GMT
Breaking through information monopoly
WikiLeaks and its Tunisian spin-off, TuniLeaks, may have offered the final blow to the power of state media.
Last updated: 06 Oct 2011 14:19 GMT
The Egypt effect
Thousands of people are taking to streets across the region demanding political and social reform.
Last updated: 15 Feb 2011 11:07 GMT
Is social media driving reform?
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.
Last updated: 21 Jan 2011 18:28 GMT
The craft of journalism
How serious is the threat posed by WikiLeaks to other media outlets and how is it shaping the media industry?
Last updated: 13 Dec 2010 11:50 GMT
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Gaza: Nowhere to hide
More than one-quarter of Gaza's population has been displaced, causing a humanitarian crisis.
Ugandans baffled by sleeping ministers
Ministers and MPs caught on camera sleeping through important speeches have sparked criticism that they are not working.
Are UK banks targeting Muslim charities?
Muslim charities claim discrimination after major UK banks began closing their accounts.
Migrants in Italy: Arrival and survival
Italy struggles to deal with growing flood of migrants willing to risk their lives to reach the nearest European shores.
JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
The 'Afghan Spring' turns into an 'Autumn of Discontent'
Open letter to Chancellor Phyllis Wise
How a women-only beach split Turkish society
Riada Asimovic Akyol
Can Nigerian youth destroy Boko Haram's caliphate?
Daniel E Agbiboa
Weekly roundup of #AJOpinion readers' comments
Reappearing the disappeared of Operation Condor
In Pictures: The Beslan massacre, 10 years on
The deadliest terror attack in modern Russia's history led to the deaths of 334 hostages, more than half children.
In Pictures: Kashmir's parkour generation
Inspired by Gaza's free runners and traceurs, parkour is making inroads in India-administered Kashmir.
In Pictures: India's water crisis deepens
As Global Water Week kicks off in Stockholm, world's second most populous city, New Delhi fights for water every day.
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