Egypt's law that regulates the practice of civil work in the country set a condition for establishing associations, which is having a written statute consistent with the model specified by executive regulations of the law.
The journey to freedom is not really an easy one but totally worth it. It needs a change in perspective and a lot of work, and here is how to start embarking on that journey.
In the name of voting rights for African Americans, 3,200 civil rights protesters in Alabama led by Martin Luther King Jr. began a historic march from Selma to Montgomery, the state capital, on March 21, 1965.
A summary of an Arabic report by SIS on freedom of expression in Qatari laws
Weiss had worked for The Wall Street Journal for four years before she became an op-ed staff editor and writer about culture and politics at The New York Times.
Hamid was once a member of the Jamaa Islameia (JI) in Egypt along with Ayman Al Zawahiri, leader of al-Qaeda.
President Sisi replied to French journalists’ questions on human rights and NGOs in Egypt.
Songs of freedom: In jail, Burkina inmate makes first album
A Turkish court on Wednesday sentenced 14 staff of the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet to prison on terrorism charges and acquitted three.
Saudi Arabia has released 23 of the 200-or-so powerful individuals detained since November on corruption charges.
The nation celebrates its 100th year with numerous events in Finland and all around the world.
Saudi authorities are striking agreements with some of those detained in an anti-corruption crackdown, asking them to hand over assets and cash.
Al-Azhar University hosted on Tuesday workshop included representatives from Nigeria, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Somalia and Indonesia.
The new children’s back-to-school collection by Giuseppe.
Struggle between desire for freedom and stability in life in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Egyptian-French writer Albert Cossery is remembered on his death anniversary as a freedom writer voicing opinions of the helpless and denouncing materialism.