Topic: Egypt Revolution 2011

Protests against the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo (photo: picture-alliance/landov)

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

Taken by Surprise

Headquarters of the Central Bank of Egypt in Cairo (photo: Reuters)

The Economic Policies of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

Following in the Footsteps of the Old Regime

The entrance to the Tahrir Lounge in Cairo (photo: Hammuda Bdewi)

The ''Tahrir Lounge'' in Cairo

Grassroots Democracy

Egyptian military police search the offices of an NGO in Cairo (photo: dapd)

Controversial NGO Law in Egypt

Attack on the Heart of Civil Society

Demonstraters carry a puppet representing Egyptian President Morsi on Cairo's Tahrir Square (photo: Reuters)

Political Power Struggle in Egypt

On the Brink of Ungovernability

Supporters of the Muslim Brothers holding up pictures of president Mursi (photo: AP)

Muslim Brothers as Victims

''25 TV Stations Are Working against Us''

Ali Abdel Mohsen (photo: Claudia Mende)

The Egyptian Artist Ali Abdel Mohsen

The Natural Pessimist

Visitors of the Cairo book fair (photo: Amira El Ahl)

44th Cairo Book Fair

A Breath of Fresh Air for Publishers

Ammar Ali Hassan (photo: Martina Sabra)

The Egyptian Political Scientist Ammar Ali Hassan

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''The Constitution Is a Catastrophe''

Protest against Egypt's president Mohamed Morsi in December 2012 (photo: Reuters/Mohamed Abd El Ghany)

Impoverishment of the Egyptian Middle Class

A Frustrated People

Mass protests against Morsi's government in Cairo (photo: dapd)

Egypt Two Years after the Revolution

No Agenda, No Goal

Egypt's president Mohamed Morsi (photo: Reuters)

Interview with Mohamed Morsi

''We Don't Want a Theocratic State''

Bassem Youssef (photo: © Bassem Youssef Fan Page)

Portrait of the Egyptian TV Satirist Bassem Youssef

Fighting over the ''Pantie Revolution''

Hamdeen Sabahi (photo: dpa)

Egypt's Opposition Leader Hamdeen Sabahi

''The Spirit of the Revolution Will Be Trampled Underfoot''

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