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Dossier: Investigative Stories 2015
Tramadol
Tramadol was meant to help treat heroin withdrawal. Instead, it has users hooked and ruined just as many lives.
Mahrous Ahmed | Cairo
Man of the Dam
Whether paintings from Abdel-Hadi El-Jazzar or Vincent Van Gogh, art in Egypt tends to mysteriously disappear.
Ahmed Wael | 6th of October City
Medical mistakes
Thousands become disabled or die due to medical malpractice in Tunisian hospitals, says one independent organization.
Mounia El-Arfaoui | تونس
Police standing guard at thePolice Academy
Eyewitnesses cast doubt on the Ministry of Interior’s statement on the killing of three young men by the police.
Mohamed Tarek | Cairo
A silent killer
The morgue at the Benghazi Medical Center needs updating and repairs. Meantime deadly bacteria are multiplying. And as they do, they threaten to cause a major health crisis among hospital workers.
Najah al Ojaily | بنغازي
A couple in Tunisia
Hymen restoration is big business in Tunisia, where many men enjoy pre-marital sex but expect their brides to be virgins
Olfa Boughanmi | Tunis
School
Sexually abused children are not adequately protected under Tunisian law, with survivors sometimes charged and fined.
Hanan El Karnawi | Tunis
Prison in Tunisia
Tunisian prisons are breeding grounds for jihadis - an investigtive report tracing the systematic recruitment process.
Mounia El-Arfaoui | Tunis
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Prostitution in Tunisia has evolved faster than laws prohibiting it, thanks to social media.
Hassan al-Ayadi | Tunis
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The death of novelist Nadin Shams has once again spotlighted medical negligence in Egypt.
Hadeer El Mahdawy | Alexandria