Sharif Abdel Kouddous

Sharif Abdel Kouddous is an independent journalist based in Cairo. He is a Democracy Now! correspondent and a fellow at The Nation Institute.  Follow his website Egypt Reports. Follow him on twitter: @sharifkouddous

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Friday, April 10, 2015
As the War Escalates, Yemen Risks Disintegration, With No End in Sight
The al-Amari family was asleep in their home in Yarim, a town some 80 miles south of the Yemeni capital, when the airstrike hit, killing six of them. It was March 31, nearly a week into the air offensive launched by Saudi Arabia against Houthi rebels in Yemen. At around 2:30 AM, a missile crashed...
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Thursday, February 13, 2014
A Voice for Democracy Against Egypt’s ‘Fascist Buildup’
Amr Hamzawy was once the toast of the town among Egypt’s liberal elite.
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Saturday, February 01, 2014
Egypt's War on Journalists
In Egypt, journalism can now be a form of terrorism.
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Monday, January 27, 2014
Egypt in Year Three
January 25, 2011, was a transformative moment for Egypt.
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Thursday, August 15, 2013
Chaos and Bloodshed in the Streets of Cairo
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Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Deadly Clashes Deepen Crisis in Egypt
The corpses emerge from a field hospital near the Rabea al-Adeweya mosque every few minutes in a grim routine.
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Thursday, July 11, 2013
Scenes of Chaos in Egypt
Zakaria Ibrahim was only several yards away when his younger brother was shot dead.
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Saturday, July 06, 2013
What Led to Morsi's Fall—and What Comes Next?
Just over one year ago, on June 29, Mohammed Morsi chose Tahrir Square to deliver his first address as president-elect of Egypt.
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Friday, June 28, 2013
Egyptians to Morsi: "We Don't Want You"
Egypt is bracing for June 30.
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Monday, February 04, 2013
Egyptians Reject State Authority
Port Said has become a city of numbers, its narrative punctuated by a grim arithmetic: 21 sentenced to death in a trial for 72 killed in a soccer riot. 32 killed after the verdict was announced. Seven killed in a funeral march the next day. Four more shot dead the night after that.
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