Egyptian law now prevents progressive NGO and nonprofit leaders from leaving the country, which is creating chaos in the country.
Author: Annette Semerdjian
Annette Semerdjian is a young writer and Ms. Editorial Intern. When she's not writing or blogging, she likes to hang out with her dog.
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