Latest in Tag: Ministry of Interior
Ministry of Interior arrests 16 MB members plotting hostile attacks
Interior Ministry reveals identity of Alexandria Cathedral suicide bomber
Police used to protect authorities: anti-torture campaign
Nation Without Torture campaign displays recent police brutality against citizens
Rana Muhammad Taha
February 21, 2013
Protest law will infringe on human rights
Human rights organisations highlight fears that draft protest law will restrict freedoms and increase police violence
Ahmed Aboulenein
February 18, 2013
Minor protests across Egypt
Protests held throughout Egypt criticising Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood
Fady Salah
February 16, 2013
Police kill child
The boy, 12, was selling sweet potatoes when police shot him
Ahmed Aboulenein
February 13, 2013
Popular Current denounces El-Gendy forensic report
The movement said in a statement that the report was fabricated to suit the needs of the government
Luiz Sanchez
February 13, 2013
Policemen protest for ministry reform
Minister of Interior rewards 361 policemen on Tuesday for their efforts in fighting crime and maintaining security during crisis, yet protests continued
Nouran El-Behairy
February 12, 2013
6 April begin escalation in search of justice for Jika
The movement will use new methods of non-violent protest if their demands are not met
Joel Gulhane
February 12, 2013
NGOs’ prison visit rejected
The Ministry of Interior refuses to grant human rights organisations permission to visit Port Said prisons
Rana Muhammad Taha
February 9, 2013
Minister of justice denies systematic torture by Ministry of Interior
The minister’s comment was made during a meeting of the committee tasked to draft the Information Act
Luiz Sanchez
February 6, 2013
Calm the public?
Every day we look for victims, their families, and their lawyers
Rana Allam
February 4, 2013
No accurate numbers for dead and injured from latest wave of violence
Eight people confirmed missing; number of dead and injured can only be approximated
Joel Gulhane
February 4, 2013
Morsi meets with police figures amid violence
Asks them to respect human rights while dealing with demonstrators
Ethar Shalaby
February 4, 2013
One dead amid presidential palace clashes
Over 90 injured on Friday and more dying due to wounds sustained over the past week
Rana Muhammad Taha
February 2, 2013
A Year in Review: The Egyptian revolutionaries’ wish list for a Ministry of Interior revamp
Violations of the Ministry of Interior were a catalysts for the 25 January Revolution. However, activists’ hope for real change in the ministry during 2012 have been crushed.
Liliana Mihaila
December 31, 2012
Clashes erupt in Minya, leaving a girl injured, after police officer is killed
Police and citizens squared off after the security forces damaged property and surrounded the house of a man accused of shooting a police captain dead
Liliana Mihaila
December 24, 2012
Hazemoon member arrested
Salafi group member arrested at his home for allegedly owning a firearm
Liliana Mihaila
December 19, 2012
Abu Ismail criticises Ministry of Interior
Salafi cleric accused interior ministry of guarding nobody but themselves
Liliana Mihaila
December 17, 2012
Police need better arms, says minister of interior
Attack on Al-Wafd Party headquarters sparks call for heightened security response
Liliana Mihaila
December 17, 2012
The 85 people deciding the fate of Egypt
Who are the 85 Constituent Assembly members who voted on the draft constitution?
Liliana Mihaila
December 4, 2012
Renewed clashes on Mohamed Mahmoud Street
At least 40 more injuries and unconfirmed reports of a death
Liliana Mihaila
November 20, 2012
Ministry of Interior reshuffled
Human rights organisations say there is no real change
Luiz Sanchez
November 12, 2012
Attacks ignite Sinai
North Sinai police chief sacked, protesters still surrounding governorate building
Daily News Egypt
November 4, 2012
Sinai Bedouins allowed to own land
This is our right and our patriotism is unquestionable, says Sinai party leader
Nouran El-Behairy
October 30, 2012
EIPR accuses Meit Ghamr chief of pressuring victims’ families
The human rights organisation filed a report requesting official protection for the victims’ families from investigations chief
Rana Muhammad Taha
October 10, 2012
Leftist groups march for “the rights of Egyptians”
Saturday march from Tala’at Harb Square focus on five demands
Basil El-Dabh
September 22, 2012
Massive reshuffle underway in the Ministry of Interior
The Egyptian Interior Minister, Mohamed Ibrahim, announces the reassignment of 3,800 police officers across Egypt
Luiz Sanchez
July 30, 2012
Interior minister terminates service of 669 officers, denies police snipers shot protesters
By Mai Shams El-Din CAIRO: The Ministry of Interior terminated the service of 669 police officers, including those implicated in the killing of peaceful protesters during the Jan. 25 uprising in what was dubbed the most sweeping reshuffle in the ministry’s history. “The ministry ended the service of 505 generals, 82 brigadier generals, and 82 colonels, …
July 13, 2011
Interior minister says to discharge officers ‘according to the law’
By Tamim Elyan CAIRO: Minister of Interior Mansour El-Essawy said in statements to the Middle East News Agency that he will issue the decision to discharge officers accused of killing protesters according to the law. El-Essawy said that the decision to discharge the officers is now in the hands of the interior ministry that will take …
July 10, 2011
Police initiative aims to build bridges with people
By Hanan Solayman CAIRO: The Ministry of Interior launched the “Community Partnership with the Police” project, in a bid to bridge the gap the police and the people, in a press conference Monday. The initiative, which will take effect today, June 15, in 10 different provinces over Cairo, Giza, Alexandria and Assiut, is aimed at engaging …
June 14, 2011
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