That is, at least, what many have come to believe should be after watching the video above, which features an interview with a ridiculously smart Egyptian boy named Ali Ahmed.
The interview, which was conducted in Cairo by El Wady newspaper, took place back in October but has recently gone viral in the wake Read More
60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan “suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault” while reporting on the celebrations in Egypt’s Tahrir Square following the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak on Friday, according to The Post.
CBS said in a statement that Logan and her team and their security were surrounded by a mob of Read More
After an increase in anti-protester and anti-journalist violence in Cairo, news anchors Kate Couric and Brian Williams left Egypt, reports Media Decoder. Couric broadcast CBS Evening News from New York and Williams broadcast NBC Nightly News from Amman, Jordan.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper remains in Cairo despite being attacked twice. In a poorly lit Read More
Vodaphone, the world’s largest mobile operator and the largest carrier in Egypt, has shut down service in the country due to a government order, the company said:
All mobile operators in Egypt have been instructed to suspend services in selected areas. Under Egyptian legislation the authorities have the right to issue such an Read More