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The targeted newspapers and press institutions may include Al-Ahram, Al-Akhabr, Al-Jumhuriyah, Rose Al-Yusuf, and Dar Al-Maaref.
Law aims at employing members of the syndicate, says syndicate member
Press Syndicate president candidate highlighted need for legal reform, services improvement, and rights’ protection guarantees
In a related incident, Ministry of Interior stopped sending its daily newsletters to registered journalists
Press censorship returns, says the syndicate’s freedoms committee
Three articles were removed from two newspapers on Saturday over critical content
After Al-Sisi’s apology to lawyers, journalists demand clear stance on press freedom
Report criticising Ministry of Interior is warning to state officials, Al-Masry Al-Youm journalist says
Al-Dostor reporter was arrested on “criminal charges” days after publishing investigative report series covering alleged “police violations”
The syndicate celebrates 74th anniversary
Prices rise to EGP 2, Al-Masry Al-Youm stays at EGP 1.5
President also discussed latest economy and security developments with editors of state-owned newspapers
The president has asked chairmen of national newspapers for reports on problems confronting them
Al-Wali had been ordered detained for 15 days in tandem with investigations into charges related to corruption
Egyptian women experience various forms of discrimination in public and private life. One of the biggest results of discrimination is violence. Although the media condemns violence and raises awareness about its enormity in some outlets, it has been accused of accidently perpetuating violence as well. Daily News Egypt investigates how violence against Egyptian women is covered in both printed and televised media.
Mubarak family returns over EGP 1m received from Al Gomhoreya newspaper
After the electoral victory of Diaa Rashwan as the new chairman of the Press Syndicate, several writers in major Egyptian newspapers dissected the elections. Many have stated that Rashwan’s success has proven the failure of the Muslim Brotherhood, which partially supported his rival, Abdel Mohsen Salama. Journalists and the change Mohamed Salmawi Al-Masry Al-Youm …
Without any formal training, Mohamed Saeed proves that art can be about mere talent
Al-Ahram accounts for lion’s share of debt, owing EGP 5.85bn
Opinion pieces explore an assortment of domestic issues. Some columnists continued to discuss the impact of the Friday speech given by the Saudi sheikh Mohamed El-Oriefy, others ask who is Essam Al-Haddad and why is he exceptionally close to President Morsy?
The whole world is watching as Egypt struggles to define itself politically and legally
Shura Council cancels bonuses allocated to former editors in chief
security forces confiscated issues of Al-Dostour on Saturday morning