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Wasla .. A printed bridge between Egyptian bloggers and society

Cover of Wasla's first edition @Wasla

By Hanan Solayman

In time of online revolution, a printed magazine plays an important role in bridging the gap between the Egyptian blogsphere and public opinion leaders who are not familiar with blogging.

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Filed under Culture, Journalism, Middle East, Society

“Something more than an cleaner”

NETHERLANDS. This June, children from Amsterdam’s IMC Weekendschool acted out a crisis situation: what would they do if Amsterdam were flooded? As a big surprise for the children, the mayor of Amsterdam – with the city’s symbolic chain around his neck – suddenly arrived to resolve the emergency with them!

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