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The chamber released a statement Monday calling to boycott all conferences organised by Mansour and to ban of any of his announcements and news.
Tunnels intensify division, put more pressure on Palestinians due to rising prices, says Osama Shaath
“The entire media apparatus is flawed…climate unfavourable for both audience and advertiser,” says Abdel Aziz
The ban attempts to target European-based TV channels affiliated with now banned group
It is the first MENA region multi-channel network to receive this accreditation, the company says
The partnership allows television viewers to tune in to a show or change channels directly from a tweet
A court ruling called for the permanent closure of ultra-conservative Al-Hafez satellite channel
In Egypt’s dire political situation, one of the most important ways to understand the complexities of the situation is the media; supposedly the institution that seeks to find the truth and present it to its audience. However, in Egypt’s case, much of the local media is polarised, politicised and biased, and international media as well does not serve as an alternative for objective reporting due to the many challenges it faces. The Daily News Egypt reviews the positions of local and international media coverage of Egypt’s latest events, and the different narratives that are presented.
The armed forces urge people against exclusion of political factions
Newspapers to shut down on Tuesday, TV on Wednesday