Al Shorouk (Arabic: الشروق) is an independent daily Egyptian newspaper. It was published as an independent newspaper by “the Egyptian Company for. Egyptian photographers In the eyes of the al-Shorouk newspaper. By Thomas Kern. Ahmed Abdelatif Clashes in front of the presidential palace. Hisham Ramez, Egypt’s newly appointed central bank governor, tells Al-Shorouk newspaper Egypt has not requested a larger IMF loan, could do so if the.
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News;aper 6 October Police arresting a young man they accused of starting clashes outside of the Semiramis Hotel. But there is a dedicated staff member to serve visitors tea, coffee, a glass of water or a bottle of cola. After President Mursi’s forced departure, the president of the Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mansour, is sworn in as the new interim president of Egypt.
She is a single mother of a two-year-old. There are also two tables of literature by publishers like Dar al-Adab and others from outside of Egypt. Heba Khalifa A family mourns their son, nespaper in the clashes that resulted in the burning of the Muslim Brotherhood main office in Mokattam. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For an independent newspaper, the biggest challenge is remaining simultaneously open and critical.
Al-Shorouk Daily Newspaper
Sabry Khaled Egypt suffers from daily electricity cuts. They all realise that they are a part of this evolution. Between and Hani Shukrallah served as the paper’s editor-in-chief. The others are on assignment or at home. Retrieved 1 January She feels responsible for them.
Before my departure, I meet Randa one more time for dinner. I think of Ravi and hope that he has at least had something substantial to eat a. She is upset, close to tears.
Protest at the high court calling for the release of detained activists on May 5, Retrieved 1 March Retrieved 25 September Use dmy dates from February Articles containing Arabic-language text. Most of them became interested in politics because of the revolution, and see photography and journalism as a way of documenting, reflecting shkrouk, and better understanding the transformation of Egyptian society.
Al Shorouk (Egyptian newspaper)
Her training ndwspaper a visual artist hardly prepared her for the problems she is faced with today as a photo journalist. Aly Hazaa Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi take cover, shout anti-military slogans and wave victory signs as the Egyptian army defends the Republican Guard building in Nasr City.
This page was last edited on 18 Shoroikat Retrieved 6 July Anti Muslim Brothers and Mursi supporters fighting each other in Mokattam hills, near the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Roger Anis Members of the Egyptian army get into strategic positions all over the country. In Shorouk also began to publish the monthly cultural magazine Suorouk Nazarand the larger Shorouk Group expanded again in to include the now widely newspapeer newspaper Jaridat al-Shorouk.
Reportedly Mahfouz was attracted to Shorouk by its large presence in bookstores and its importance as a literary publisher. Photographers in this field are the most vulnerable. Ravy Shaker Former president Mubarak and his two sons on trial for various corruption crimes. The incident happened as tens of thousands rallied around the country, chanting “down with military rule”.
A man lies dead after being shot by the Egyptian army, which opened fire on mostly Islamist protesters marching towards the Republican Guard headquarters. As for its bookstores, Shorouk has a large presence in Egypt with good distribution at independent bookstores and at their seven Cairo branches. The newspapr store is the main branch and is large when compared to the stores affiliated with publishing houses like Sharqiyat and Newspxper, but small compared to their store in Zamalek and to independent bookstores like Diwan and Alef.
On the frontline, they are exposed to dangers that their writing colleagues can still escape from.