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Tag Archives: egypt
The Egyptian blogger Maikel Nabil was sentenced to three years imprisonment for “insulting the military” by a military court on Sunday, without the presence of his lawyers or family. I hope to write more on the background to his imprisonment … Continue reading
Events have moved quickly in Cairo: President Hosni Mubarak has at last resigned, along with Vice President (and former chief of the thuggish security services) Omar Suleiman. Any comment from me feels superfluous, so instead here is a selection of … Continue reading