- Shura Council seeks way out of electoral law stalemate
- Qatar says no more aid to Egypt for now
- Egyptian Copt dies in Libyan detention
- Police in Giza, and Cairo end strikes
- Egyptian protesters at the Libyan embassy burn flag, and smash entrance
- Shura council approves Sukuk draft law
- Diesel shortage leads to ministry reshuffle
- Brotherhood’s Shater seeks to invest in Egypt’s aviation sector
- Presidency says only police responsible for maintaining security
- National security banned film on Jewish community
- Army will not tolerate “political militias.”
- Egypt will not sign Emergency IMF loan
- Oil minister head of Misr Petroleum over fuel shortage.
- Islamists form community police militias community police militias
- EgyptAir losses up to LE6 billion
- Mubarak wants Egyptians to stand by “elected president” Morsi
- Egypt considers ban on sale of duty-free alcohol
- New election law will…
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Friendship has no limits it seems when it comes to doing favors against the public interest…
(not satire – it’s the UK today!)
The vote in parliament about press regulation tomorrow is not about freedom of speech or press freedom.
It’s about the right of exactly four billionaire press barons – most of whom don’t even reside or pay taxes in the UK – to freely lie and play fast and loose with the truth about whoever and whatever they want.
These four people – all friends of David Cameron – think they are entitled to strongly influence political decisions made in a country most of them avoid paying their tax to.
After all – if these four people were all that bothered about freedom of speech – how come all four of them were so keen to propose limiting the…
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Reawakening beauty and love…