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NEWS from the LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Exhibit Marks 200 Years of Landscape Architect Frederick Law Olmsted
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World Press Freedom Day

3 May acts as a reminder to governments of the need to respect their commitment to press freedom and is also a day of reflection among media professionals about issues of press freedom and professional ethics. Just as importantly, World Press Freedom Day is a day of support for media which are targets for the restraint, or abolition, of press freedom.
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9 Meaningful Ways You Can Help Ukraine

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine threatens more lives, here are some meaningful ways you can help.
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‘The Last Straw’: The Ukraine Crisis and Egypt’s Economy

The fallout of geopolitical conflict never confines itself to the borders of the states involved, nor does it ever remain a purely military matter. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is no exception.
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A Look Into Egypt’s Peaceful Nuclear Philosophy

Egypt’s history with atomic power is sparse and scattered across its modern years. As scientists, Egyptians have proven time and time again the profound need to approach atomic technology with grace and carefulness.
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All You Need to Know About Egypt’s Space City

In recent years, the Egyptian government has been keen on putting itself on the global map in harnessing space technologies for the purposes of economic development and national security.
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Fear is a City that Copts Inhabit

It’s 2010: armed men exchange gunfire, rocks and Molotov cocktails are tossed, and deafening silence inhabits our household when my teary-eyed mother says, “this is just the beginning.”
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