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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Egyptian restaurant impresses in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong and craving some Egyptian food? Apparently there is an Egyptian family-run restaurant there called Aziza in Kennedy Town, Marc Rubinstein reviews for Coconuts. Rubinstein says the food there is “skillful and delicious and demonstrates the care of a family that wants to show customers the best of homemade Egyptian cuisine without cutting corners. On top of that, it comes at a price that is reasonable and in a location that is easy to get to.”

Also worth noting in brief this morning:

  • Twitter has drawn criticism after suspending the account of activist Wael Abbas, The Guardian reports. The company has yet to give a reason for the suspension.
  • The families of American citizens imprisoned in Egypt have been lobbying US Vice President Mike Pence to broach the topic of their release during his visit to the region, says the Huffington Post’s Akbar Shahid Ahmed.
  • Emancipation of women in Egypt can “only come from the Egyptian feminists and the Egyptian women who fight for their rights on a daily basis,” Mona Eltahawy tells France 24.

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