Doctors and patients in Egypt turn to Facebook to expose the horrific conditions of government-run hospitals by anonymously sharing pictures. Warning: some of the content is graphic.
Although human rights violations are out of hand in his country, Egyptian President al-Sisi has officially been welcomed in the German Chancellery in Berlin: Germany is sending the wrong signal, says DW's Rainer Sollich. (03.06.2015)
Terrorist organization "Islamic State" is more than just simply savvy when it comes to using the internet as a propaganda tool. But what can be used to fight against such a profound social media strategy and smart users? (03.06.2015)
Al-Aswany has come under fire for criticizing government corruption and nepotism. At the center of the charges are articles he wrote for DW and his latest novel about the military's role in the el-Sissi administration.
US-backed Syrian forces said the "Islamic State" would be defeated "very soon" after the they captured a camp in Baghouz, the militants' last populated territory in Syria. But they warned "the battles are not yet over."
Israel's Supreme Court has banned a far-right politician from running in upcoming elections. It also reversed a decision to bar an Arab candidate accused of supporting terrorism.
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