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Nada is a staff translator and writer at al-Araby al-Jadeed English. After obtaining her MA in Applied Translation Studies from the University of Leeds, UK, she works mainly in translation, with experience in New York, London, Doha, and Cairo.

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Support continues for Beirut Madinati despite disappointing election results

09 May, 2016

Lebanese voters continue to show support for Beirut Madinati, a new grassroots campaign that has revived hope for change, despite losing the country's municipal elections.

Britain's 'double standards' slammed in case of killed Egyptian

28 April, 2016

The UK is being criticised for its conflicting approach in handling the cases of Egyptian citizen Adel Habib, who died in London, and Italian researcher Giulio Regeni, killed in Cairo.

Egypt's Red Sea islands deal slammed as 'high treason'

12 April, 2016

An Egyptian youth movement has described Cairo's decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia as 'high treason', while widespread national outcry threatens to scupper the deal.

Egyptians furious over islands handover to Saudi Arabia

11 April, 2016

A settlement of maritime border demarcation between Egypt and Saudi Arabia has infuriated Egyptians, leading to protests, lawsuits, and angry reactions on social media.

'Ballerinas of Cairo': New project captures stunning ballet moments

02 April, 2016

A collection of photos of ballerinas performing dance moves in the streets of Cairo, with modern and historical sites in the background, has been deemed totally on-pointe.

Egyptians react to hijacking of EgyptAir plane

29 March, 2016

Social media users express their opinions and comment on a Cairo-bound EgyptAir flight that was hijacked earlier on Tuesday and forced to land in Cyprus.

Egypt cinema screens first animated film for visually-impaired children

27 March, 2016

Egypt's Zawya cinema and Masreya Media studio are once again joining forces to screen a popular animated feature with live audio-description for 100 children with visual impairment.

Egypt is 'trying to cover-up' Regeni's murder: Italian MP

25 February, 2016

An Italian MP said on Thursday that Egypt was trying to "cover-up" the truth about the murder of Giulio Regeni, an Italian student who was tortured to death in Egypt.

For sale: One Egyptian president, slightly used

24 February, 2016

Condition: Well used by previous owners. Free shipping worldwide (except to Qatar).

Steamy novel lands Egyptian novelist in jail

21 February, 2016

Egyptian novelist Ahmed Naji was sentenced to two years in prison after publishing a "sexually explicit" excerpt of his novel 'Using Life' in a literary supplement.

Qatar approves draft law to 'protect' Arabic language

13 February, 2016

In efforts to promote the use of Arabic language and protect cultural identity, Qatar's Cabinet has approved a new draft law on the "protection of Arabic language".

Morocco's protesting teacher trainees promise to 'surprise' the government

08 February, 2016

Morocco's teacher trainees will escalate their protests and continue to boycott training programmes after failing to reach an agreement over controversial government decrees.

Nada Ramadan
Nada Ramadan

Nada is a staff translator and writer at al-Araby al-Jadeed English. After obtaining her MA in Applied Translation Studies from the University of Leeds, UK, she works mainly in translation, with experience in New York, London, Doha, and Cairo.

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