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Reaching an Independent Media: An Interview with Hussein Amin

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The press and the media in Egypt have come under widespread scrutiny in recent times, against a backdrop of press institutions increasingly coming under attack.  More and more, media professionals have been accused of not conveying news and information to the public in a professional manner, and of not publishing accurate, credible opinions.

Bangladesh Invites Foreign Journalists as Part of Public Diplomacy

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The foreign ministry has brought a group of journalists from seven countries as part of its public diplomacy to project Bangladesh to the world. The 13 journalists from Sri Lanka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bahrain, Australia, Qatar, India, and Egypt have come as part of the ‘Visit Bangladesh Programme’ of the government.

A Muslim Teacher is Visiting a D.C. School to Share Arabic and His Culture

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The students at the District’s H.D. Cooke Elementary School, in Adams Morgan, are learning Arabic as part of a State Department-sponsored exchange program that places teachers from China and Egypt in classrooms throughout the United States to teach their native languages — languages U.S. officials say will be increasingly important as the country competes in a global economy.

Egyptian Embassy Launches 2016 Public Diplomacy Campaign

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The Foreign Ministry, in a statement, said that the campaign aimed at spreading awareness of the parliamentary life in Egypt that began as early as 1866 and its significance on Egypt’s public and political life.
 

Boosting Pro-people Diplomacy in Countering Terrorism

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Many studies have shown that global-terrorist threats cannot be solved solely by an individual state. In this sense, the practices of dialogue and cooperation, both through government-to-government and people-to-people contacts, should be maintained by Indonesia and Egypt.

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