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Summary: On the fourth anniversary of the celebration of “international access to information day,” the Egyptian Observatory for Journalism and Media (EOJM) published a research paper entitled “Freedom of information in Egypt...a constitutional principle without legal regulation.” In the report,...
The complaints committee of the Supreme Media Council imposed a fine of 50 thousand EGP on the website of Maṣr Al- ‘Arabiyya for a report of published on March, 29, entitled “New York Times… Egyptians trudge to elections for 3 dollars”. 
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...
Symbolizing Egypt's national unity throughout its history, the Religions Complex is a locus where ancient Jewish, Christian, and Islamic monuments meet to manifest a natural complex of the three Abrahamic religions. The crescent embracing the cross, the calls for prayers from mosques mingling with...
With a weakening economy, populism on the rise, and the hunt for scapegoats, personal rights and freedoms seem to be on the decline in Egypt. People live in fear for their right to exist and to live a peaceful life, due to a lack of social acceptance, as well as pressure from the government....
The difference between media in the Arab region and the western media lies in the role the media plays in the West; it has a social and interactive performance, it is aware of its national and professional responsibilities, and of the tasks it is entrusted with, which in the first and ultimate...
On Wednesday, Egypt’s Supreme Media Regulatory Council filed a lawsuit to the Attorney-General requesting the investigation of al-Maqāl newspaper editor-in-chief, Ibrahīm `Īsa, for six articles published by the latter.
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