Sherine Tadros

Sherine Tadros


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Re­luc­tance to hold the army ac­count­able, and fail­ures by the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood, could cul­mi­nate in fur­ther vi­o­lence.

Published On 11 Aug 2013

An­gry Egyp­tians who have to en­dure pow­er cuts on a dai­ly ba­sis are blam­ing the cri­sis on the pres­i­dent.

Published On 3 Sep 2012

As I was crash­ing to make the dead­line for my elec­tions piece on the first day of vot­ing, I trawled through the raw pic­tures the cam­era­man had col­lect­ed from var­i­ous polling sta­tions look­ing for that clas­sic woman-hold­ing-up-pur­ple-fin­ger-and-smil­ing shot. I didn’t find it. There were lots

Published On 17 Jun 2012

The Arab world’s first tele­vised Pres­i­den­tial de­bate took place on Thurs­day night in Cairo. The two fron­trun­ners in the Pres­i­den­tial race bat­tled it out for al­most 5 hours on live tele­vi­sion, but who won?

Published On 11 May 2012

‘Is­lamist’ is one of those words jour­nal­ists hate to use but can’t live with­out.

Published On 12 Apr 2012

Calls for ac­count­abil­i­ty and trans­paren­cy grow at a time the mil­i­tary has fall­en out of favour with the pub­lic.

Published On 15 Feb 2012

Egypt’s up­ris­ing was about re­claim­ing dig­ni­ty, but one year on, jobs are scarce, tourism is down, and par­ents still can’t put food on the ta­ble.

Published On 12 Jan 2012

An­oth­er Gaza war?

On the eve of the sec­ond an­niver­sary of Is­rael’s dev­as­tat­ing “Op­er­a­tion Cast Lead” as­sault on Hamas-con­trolled Gaza Str

Published On 27 Dec 2010