Mubarak

Lifestyle & Belief

Egyptian Filmmaker Gives Context to the 2011 Revolution

For the last several years under President Mubarak, then the Muslim Brotherhood, and now President-elect al-Sisi -- an expanding group of independent filmmakers in Egypt has been trying to capture the gritty realities of life in the country, while carefully maneuvering around censorship from the government, as well as society. One such The 2013 film is the most recent by Egyptian filmmaker Ahmad Abdulla, who is trying his best to fly under the radar of authority but still make an impact with audiences. Kimberly Adams has the story.

Business, Finance & Economics

Egypt's bread crisis

Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo that Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak took action today to address the "bread crisis" in his country; Egypt is the world's second largest importer of wheat and has been hit hard by the increase in global food prices.

Business, Finance & Economics

Egypt's bread crisis

Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo that Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak took action today to address the "bread crisis" in his country; Egypt is the world's second largest importer of wheat and has been hit hard by the increase in global food prices.