Cairo sex dates
Cairo has the oldest and largest film and music industries in the Arab world, as well as the world's second-oldest institution of higher learning, Al-Azhar University.
Many international media, businesses, and organizations have regional headquarters in the city; the Arab League has had its headquarters in Cairo for most of its existence.
The report also indicates that despite efforts to fight trafficking, such as nationwide data call to courts to gather information and the setup of a national anti-trafficking hotline, “Egypt does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking.” “Though the government continued to partner with NGOs and international organizations to identify and refer victims to protective services, it identified a smaller number of trafficking victims in 2014, continuing the decrease from the previous reporting period,” the report states.
Hundreds of rapists and sex offenders are roaming the streets of Cairo, according to a leading human rights claims.
Speaking before the attack, South African-born Miss Logan had acknowledged that she had 'put my family through a difficult situation' but said she felt worse for the Egyptians left behind in the interrogation cells.
Miss Logan is an experienced war reporter and was the only journalist from a U. network in Baghdad when American troops invaded the city, and reported live from Firdos Square as the statue of Saddam Hussein was brought down.
Cairo, like many other mega-cities, suffers from high levels of pollution and traffic.
An additional 9.5 million inhabitants live in close proximity to the city.Miss Logan, who had previously worked for Britain's morning news programme GMTV, is one of at least 140 correspondents who have been injured or killed since January 30 while covering the unrest in Egypt, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.Mob: CNN's Anderson Cooper was filmed by his crew as they were attacked by pro-Mubarak supporters in Egypt. Last night he sent Miss Logan his best wishes via Twitter Prior to Mubarak stepping down, the Egyptian military had been rounding up members of the press for their own safety after several were stabbed, punched, kicked, marched back to their hotel by gunpoint or hijacked in their cars.In Washington, administration spokesman Jay Carney denounced the attack and said: 'We believe that those responsible for these acts - and obviously there was other violence - need to be held accountable.'British newspaper The Guardian today said some activists in Egypt had suggested the assault on Miss Logan had been the work of pro-Mubarak gangs, 'whose use of sexual harassment as an intimidation tactic was extensively documented, as was their targeting of foreign reporters'.'It's incredibly sad that this has happened, and it's something that the spirit of Tahrir and the spirit of revolution was resolutely against,' Ahdaf Soueif, an author who spent a great deal of time in Tahrir Square, told the newspaper.'Women in the square were rejoicing that they felt freedom on the streets of Cairo for the first time, and (this is) definitely something that we want to stamp out alongside corruption and all the other social ills that have befallen Egypt during Mubarak's regime.' 'Thoughts and prayers': CBS News anchor Katie Couric - who herself was 'manhandled' while reporting from Egypt - last night described Lara Logan's attack in her 5pm bulletin, and said she was 'recovering well' Last night they released a statement, which said: 'On the day Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak stepped down, CBS correspondent Lara Logan was covering the jubilation in Tahrir Square for a '60 Minutes' story when she and her team and their security were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration.
A panoptic regime, organized along axes of class and gender informed the urban landscape.