Angela Merkel has stressed that Germany reserved the right to "take all necessary measures, including reviewing the permissions" for campaign events it had already granted.
Comment: The revolution was aided by the presence of a relatively critical media. But the media's trajectory since then reflects the path of regime politics and leadership, writes Mohamed ElMeshad.
Comment: This BBC series parodies harmful stereotypes of Muslims, and attempts to gain cheap viewing ratings at the expense of a persecuted community, writes Tallha Abdulrazaq.
Syria's legendary actor, Rafiq al-Subaei, died at the age of 86 on Thursday, after decades of transitioning from role to role on millions of screens across the Arab world.
Egyptian students are seeing the state's crackdown on opposition on campus, with fear and restrictions leading to suffocating environments in places of learning.
A look at Arabic parody twitter accounts impersonating politicians, including Donald Trump, Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin.
Egypt has released the fourth and final member of a band arrested in May after they made an online video mocking the government, their lawyer said on Monday.
Human Rights Watch has called on Egyptian authorities to release four young men who posted satirical videos commenting on Egypt’s politics on social media.
In the past three weeks, around 1,300 people have been detained in Egypt in a fierce zero-tolerance policy against any sign of political unrest.
Four members of the Egyptian satirical group, Street Children, have been arrested only days after a 19-year-old member was detained, as Sisi's government continues its crackdown on dissent.