Middle East Correspondent, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Cairo-based correspondent for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review covering the Middle East, at times Afghanistan, Pakistan, Olympics and Papal conclaves
english.ahram.org.eg — Egypt still 'safe place for Americans': Attacked US scholar Christopher Stone says his recent stabbing by lone attacker outside US embassy in Cairo was 'random act,' asserts that Egyptian resentment of US government policy is justified Deya Abaza, Wednesday 22 May 2013 Egyptian resentment toward US government policies may be justified - but this doesn't make Egypt a dangerous place for Americans, Christopher Stone, the American scholar stabbed outside the US embassy in Cairo earlier this month, told Ahram Online.
indiegogo.com — HarassMap is planning a massive nationwide campaign in Egypt to end the social acceptability of sexual harassment and convince society to stand up to it.
now.msn.com — Remember when that organ-eating video was released online and disgusted you to your very core? Well, Syrian rebel commander Abu Sakkar, who appeared to cut out and eat the heart of a government soldier, has now spoken out about his barbaric actions.
dailynewsegypt.com — Prosecutor General Tala'at Abdallah has opened an investigation against two TV presenters and the founders of the Tamarod petition campaign on Monday. The complaint that led to the investigation accused TV hosts Amr Adib and Mohamed Mostafa Sherdy, along with three founders of Tamarod for inciting and mobilising people to overthrow an elected government, inciting hatred against the regime, and promoting a group suspected of violating the law, according to state-owned Al-Ahram.
theatlantic.com — The very same night in February 2011 that former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak fell from power, CBS correspondent Lara Logan was brutally assaulted by a group of at least 200 men while covering the demonstrations in Tahrir Square. "For an extended period of time, they raped me with their hands," Logan said later in an interview with The New York Times .
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