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Egypt: Divided society drives ‘preacher of the revolution’ to lonely hunger strike

by Jayson Casper - 30th April 2014

TWENTY TWO days without food, his critique of Sisi and protest against current conditions alienates fellow Copts.

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Communication should be a human right, journalists told

by Arne Fjeldstad - 22nd April 2014

ASSASSINATED Bishop who used radio sermons to speak out against violence should be the inspiration for Christians working in the media.

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The Coptic Canadian surgeon who is going home to serve the poor

by Jayson Casper - 2nd April 2014

SIXTY PER CENT of Egyptian doctors work abroad, and rural hospitals suffer the most - until now.

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