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Mohamed ElGohary
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They call him a violin genius. Ara Malikian, an Armenian man who grew up in Lebanon, has studied music in Germany and England and currently lives in Spain. He recently became a concertmaster in the Royal Symphonic Orchestra of Madrid. Malikian has traveled the world, performing in concert halls as a soloist and as part of symphonic orchestras.

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Let’s stop relying on ad buyers and social media echo chambers to determine what we put in our brains — which is just as important, or more so, than what we put in our bodies. Spend $5 a month and start taking control. Start demanding — and paying for — expertise, knowledge, and true insight.

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Why contract two new companies, when there has been an agreement between the Egyptian government and the large lobbying firm Glover Park Group to the tune of US$3 million annually since October 2013, paid for by the UAE? Is it because this deal was signed under the Democrats not the Republicans in the US, or perhaps because Egypt wishes to expand its interests to include other companies?

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Today Maher is nominally a free man, but the restrictions on his movements are stifling. The regime is deeply concerned that he could revive the social-media network that brought his followers to the streets six years ago.

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Global Voices’ Sub-Saharan Africa Editor leads daily news-gathering from the region, writing, coordinating and editing stories by our borderless community of volunteer contributors, and developing a robust set of online sources to stay on top of regional social, political and activism trends on the Internet.

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One of the eyewitnesses that spoke to Mada Masr on the condition of anonymity says that he and his friends were stopped by masked militants on Assiut Street on March 5. “We tried to step back, but one of them ordered us to continue. After 100 meters, we found another group of masked militants who asked us about our IDs.”

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They come from different backgrounds and have differing political beliefs and stories, but most have psychological scars from their time in prison. Some were beaten, like Sarah Khaled, until she lost hearing in her left ear. Others, like Sanaa Seif, only heard the beating of women in adjacent cells.

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The protests started on Monday, when bakeries reported the amount of subsidized bread had dropped to 500 loaves a day, from between 1000 and 4000 previously, depending on the bakery.

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It was a telling moment that sealed the fate of any chance of justice being meted out for those killed during the Arab Spring and the millions who participated.

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In October, police forces killed a senior Muslim Brotherhood leader who the interior ministry described as responsible for the group's "armed wing", as well as his aide. It said the men were killed in a shootout. A lawyer representing the two men's families told Reuters they both surrendered as soon as police arrived and did not fire at security forces.
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