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6. terrorism |  
7. Human Rights |  
8. Egypt |  
9. security |  
10. Women |  
11. Economy |  
1.society (147)
2.Muslim Brotherhood (137)
3.Ennahda (134)
4.Culture (109)
5.Government Services (108)
6.terrorism (105)
7.Human Rights (103)
8.Egypt (85)
9.security (79)
10.Women (78)
11.Economy (74)
12.Revolution (74)
13.Libyan civil strife (73)
14.Transition (69)
15.Crime (64)
16.GNC (60)
17.Media (58)
18.History (57)
19.Egyptian Culture (56)
20.youth (56)
21.Economy Egypt (55)
22.Islamist (52)
23.Border Issues (52)
24.Constitution (46)
25.Religion (46)
26.corruption (44)
27.Gaddafi (43)
28.June 30 (42)
29.Transitional Justice (42)
30.Morsi's Ouster (42)
31.Salafists (42)
32.Refugees (40)
33.Libya (40)
34.censorship (39)
35.Labour (37)
36.education (37)
37.political violence (37)
38.Tourism (36)
39.Elections (36)
40.Egyptian Constitution (36)
41.NCA (36)
42.Morsi (34)
43.Environment (34)
44.Sharia (34)
45.Tunisia (33)
46.Ben Ali (33)
47.Libyan Revolution (31)
48.journalists (31)
49.syria (29)
50.protests (29)
51.Infrastructure (29)
52.Islam (28)
Dossier: Semi-Legal Professions
Gallery
A complex that solves all phone and technology-related problems at a fraction of the real cost.
Karima Doghrash | Tunis
Collector
For some, junk can mean a chance to recycle and earn money on something new.
Yasser Khalil | Cairo
Exchange
With a depreciating dinar and a demand of foreign currencies, money dealers thrive in the capital's alleyways.
Majdi Ouerfelli | Tunis
Garbagecollector
Workers in Zabbaleen neighborhood recycle 80% of the rubbish they collect.
Yasser Khalil | Cairo
Valet
Valet parking has changed since Hasan started parking cars in Cairo 50 years ago.
Yasser Khalil | Cairo
Ebusiness
Online trading and ad sales slip through the Egyptian internet with no regulations imposed by the government.
Ahmed Wael | Cairo
Paralleltrade
Are street side markets that sell tax-free, smuggled goods at prices affordable to the poor a necessary evil?
Mohrez El Majeri | Tunis