By Elif Kayi
OPINION. After having spoken ill of the French and German national soccer teams in the past weeks, I find it hard not to close this World Cup without reporting on the winner. While I start these lines, the suspense is still at its highest. Who between Spain or the Netherlands is going to be the winner of the World Cup 2010? Anyway, when you read these lines, the whole world will already know… Continue reading
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.
By Assaad Thebian
LEBANON. “We are only allowed to highlight the screams but no solution is applied,” says Mohamad Darwich (United Press and Al-Shark radio), to a group of students and journalists covering south Lebanon addressing the “lack of journalistic fundamental rights”.