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Menna A. Farouk

Laborers work at a traditional bricks factory in Arab Mesad district of Helwan, northeast of Cairo, May 14, 2015.

Egypt Wants to Register Millions of Gig Workers for State Insurance, Aid

Temporary workers have been hard hit by the pandemic’s fallout but some may be wary about formalizing their status.
The minarets of Sultan Hassan Mosque and the Al-Rifa'i Mosque are seen as a traffic jam forms during a sandstorm in Cairo, Egypt January 6, 2019. | REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

As Lockdown Clears the Air, Cairo Looks to Keep Pollution Low

Expanded public transit, cleaner fuels and more shared bicycles could help preserve coronavirus-era gains, officials say.
Egypt’s City of the Dead falls silent and cautious as coronavirus has taken its toll on everyday life in Egypt. April 17, 2020. | Thomson Reuters Foundation/Menna A. Farouk

Life Stands Still in Egypt's City of the Dead as Coronavirus Fear Spreads

Many Egyptians are staying away from public places like cemeteries, cutting off a vital source of income for workers who rely on donations from families of the dead in one of Cairo's biggest slums.
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