Emanuelle Degli Esposti is the editor and founder of The Arab Review, an online journal covering arts and culture in the Arab world. She also works as a freelance journalist specialising in the politics of the Middle East.

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The Staggers
06 June 2011
Today marks the first anniversary of the murder of Khaled Said, a 28-year-old Egyptian man who was allegedly beaten to...
06 June 2011
A compilation of over 500 misionary bloggers from around the world, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and The...
06 June 2011
A collaborative Blog discussing Asian and American culture and the Christian faith. Self-professed aim to bring...
06 June 2011
God-centred resources from the Ministry of John Piper, pastor at the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota...
06 June 2011
Right-wing UK blogger professing to examine "religio-political agendas with politico-religious objectives"....
06 June 2011
US based website that seeks to inform and connect believers around the world in the ultimate aim of popularising the...
06 June 2011
A fellowship of US evangelical Churches blogging about "gospel-centred ministry for the next generation"....
06 June 2011
Blog of the Twurch of England, a website that aggregates all the twitter feeds relating to the Church of England....
06 June 2011
Personal blog of Fr. Tim Finnigan, Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Southwark, parish priest of Our Lady of the...
06 June 2011
Blog of U.S cleric Fr. John Zuhlsdorf professing to provide a "slavishly accurate liturgical translations &...
06 June 2011
Anglican blogger focusing on the interaction between Church-goers and non Church-goers. The Church Mouse professes to...
The Staggers
05 June 2011
Back in London
Newspapers
03 June 2011
The appointment of Jill Abramson as the first female editor of the New York Times represents a resounding blow to the...
The Staggers
03 June 2011
According to nearly all analyses, Italy is in trouble. Not just because this nation of rich cultural history -- of...
Business
02 June 2011
Pay settlements for the public sector were running at zero in the three months to April, new research suggests.This is...

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