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Tarek

Al-Masry Al-Yom's circulation has gone up "purely on the principle that instead of presenting either the government's or the opposition's point of view, it presents both. That may seem like a logical formula, but for an audience that hasn't gotten much of it in a long time, it has come across as a breath of fresh air with the force of a hurricane."
From an article in this week's Al-Ahram Weekly that provides a quick look at the changes in the Egyptian press scene
http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2006/799/sc3.htm

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