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Investigations

Tracy Jawad
Refugees will continue to face the perils of their journey, chasing a future stolen from them back home.
Maksim Othman
The Syrian coast has seen a younger generation of the Assad clan rise to power. Controlling smuggling routes and extortion rackets, Bashar’s cousins grew rich and powerful, at times challenging the regime itself.
Lynn Kseibi – Syrian Journalist
Despite the efforts done to help make education accessible for the Syrian refugees, there is still a long way to go.
Nour Sleiman
With the country in chaos, clan killings are hardy a priority for the security forces
Ali Al Ibrahim – Khalifa Al Khuder
“The corpses the officers had marked we would later dig up and hand back to them. They would ask the victims’ families for $1,500 to $3,000 per body.”
Maha Shuayb
On paper, Lebanon and the United Nations guarantee Syrian refugees a carefree education. In reality, the travesty requirement for official documents means less than one percent of Syrian children make it to 9th grade.
Rana Mamdouh
Kafka meets Orwell in Egypt’s surreal brave new world, where a like, share or post on Facebook may land you behind bars for “supporting terrorism” or “insulting the regime.” We present five case studies.
Mahdi Mohammad
Over the past 30 years, only 12 Christians players made it into the Egyptian Premier League. A matter of deep-rooted sectarianism? Parents having other priorities? Or a bit of both?
Marwa Alsawwaf
The recent killing of a young female doctor in Cairo was no incident. It was an extreme yet logical consequence of a Stasi-like system of 1,000 eyes, in which doormen and neighbors serve as moral watchdogs over any woman who dares living alone.
Ruqaya Al-Abadi
“Girls, who amongst you came last?” the Palestine Branch sergeant asked loudly. “Me,” I replied. “Then you will sleep at the door,” she said. “This place is reserved for anyone whom comes last.”
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني