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MEE: Mohamed Ali spills secrets to Middle East Eye

The whistleblower whose video revelations about President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s palaces sparked mass protests and a fresh crackdown in Egypt told Middle East Eye in an exclusive interview that he will not stop until the dictator is removed.

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Is Sisi shutting down internet freedom in Egypt?

The anti-government demonstrations that broke out in a number of Egyptian governorates Sept. 20 were met with further restrictions on the press and other media, including the blocking of several international news websites, the denial of internet access and the hindering of social networking sites.

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Ethiopia Denies GERD Negotiations Reaching a Dead End

After the spokesperson of the Egyptian Ministry of Water Recourses and Irrigation, announced that the discussions with Ethiopia surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) reached a “dead end” Ethiopia denied these accusations and asserted its efforts to resolve any issues stalling the discussions with Egypt and Sudan.

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