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The ordeal for journalist Peter Greste and his colleagues is not over yet. As the final verdict on their terrorism charges nears, Greste reports on his prolonged ordeal. It is a case that has been internationally derided and condemned as a gross miscarriage of justice.
There has been international outrage at the harsh sentence given to the Al Jazeera trio. With access to key players in the battle between Egypt and the powerful broadcaster, this report offers a critical analysis of the story.
A tyrannical government, violence on the streets and bodies piling up in the morgue. The revolution may have come and gone, but with the army filling the void left by Mubarak little has changed in Egypt.
As Egypt stands on the brink of change, this intimate report follows one participant's extraordinary personal journey through the protests. A moving portrait of a revolution.
Mubarak's 30 year regime has ended and temporary power has been handed to the military. What does the future hold for Egypt? From Cairo, the heart of the revolution, this searing report investigates.
Minutes after the riot police left the streets of Cairo people began linking arms around the National Museum in a 24-hour vigil. These are the people fighting back against the chaos on the streets.
America looks to Egypt to spread democracy but it is the Muslim Brotherhood that increasingly is able to win the 'hearts and minds' of the Egyptian people.
More and more women in Egypt are rediscovering the veil and turning to traditional Islam. It's a trend worrying the government.