Louisa Loveluck is a British journalist based in Cairo. She has been covering Egypt since 2011, first with the London-based think tank Chatham House, and later as a reporter working with The Christian Science Monitor and The Telegraph. She has also written for the Guardian, BBC, GlobalPost and Foreign Policy.
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