Stephanie Rice is a freelance reporter who has worked in Egypt, Israel/Palestine, Turkey and Sri Lanka. Aside from GlobalPost, her work has appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, Agence France-Presse, San Francisco Chronicle and California Watch/Center for Investigative Reporting, among other publications. When not working abroad, Stephanie lives in San Francisco, where she covers courts, education and a variety of other beats for local and international news organizations.
"It was better before the revolution," said Fatma Ahmed. "Even in the graveyard, we had hope and electricity. I revolted against Mubarak because people told us he was corrupt...But Mubarak was mercy."
Remote communities have been most affected by the earthquake that hit earlier this month, leaving many homeless and without warm food or heat.
As Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged 9/11 mastermind, faces a Gitmo tribunal, the world will put the US on the stand for torture.
Media outlets play cat-and-mouse game with government censors, remain forbidden to scrutinize military.