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Saudi Arabian Crowned Prince Muḥammad bin Salmān sat down with CBS’s Norah O'Donnell for another interview on the American Television Program “60 Minutes.” “60 Minutes” is known for its investigative journalism and for shedding light on many issues.  This year, O'Donnell went to Jiddah, Saudi...
A research paper by ‘The Arab Network for Human Rights Information’ found that news of the death of former Egyptian president Muḥammad Mursī constituted a “scandal for Egyptian media.”
During the conference currently held by the National Election Authority (NEA), the NEA Deputy Chairman and Official Spokesperson Maḥmūd al-Sharīf emphasized that the Media is not allowed to broadcast or publish any figures concerning the results of the Referendum on the Constitutional Amendments...
On Monday (December 17), journalists and members of the Wafd Party marched from their headquarters to the Syndicate of Journalists to protest attacks on the Wafd Party headquarters on Saturday (December 15) night.
A recent disclosure scandal revealed the existence of a “Controlling Apparatus of Foreign Publications and Press” that checks whether foreign books and newspapers contain any unseemly and inappropriate content, with headquarters at Tala‘at Harb in Cairo Downtown. 
Dr. ‘Ibrahīm Nigm, the advisor to the Grand Muftī, announced that Dār al- Iftā is  launching an international campaign that will urge the international media not to use the term the “Islamic state” and rather to say the “state of Qā’idah offshoots.”
Meanwhile, a well-placed source at the committee supervising the papal elections said it approved announcing the initial list of candidates for the Coptic Orthodox patriarch post on May 19, adding the list will include only seven out of the 15 candidates who applied for the position so far. The...
On Sunday, during the plenary session of Egypt’s House of Representatives, speaker of the House Dr. ʿAli ʿAbd al-ʿĀl, said that the approved Article 2 of the draft law regulating press and media, is set forth in Part Two, ‘Freedom of the press and the media,’ and Chapter One, ‘General Provisions,’...
In statements disclosed to the Egyptian Extra News TV channel, MP and president of the Supreme Council for Media Regulation, Makram Muḥammad Aḥmad, said that freedom of the press in Egypt is uncontrolled, and it is the task of the Supreme Media Regulatory Council to establish appropriate controls...
According to the rules of international law, the State is defined as having population, a territory and a sovereign government. Three powers oversee legislation, the enforcement of the law and its subsequent implementation. One of the most important criteria for distinguishing between the different...

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