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Less freedom, more violence: Report on journalists’ everyday struggle
“I was attacked by a police officer for voicing people’s complaints against him,” says journalist Sally Ghaleb
Amira El-Fekki
May 6, 2015
Court sentences 5 to death in Kerdasa police killings
Judge Nagy Shehata sentenced 183 of 188 defendants to death in February in same case
Nourhan Fahmy
May 4, 2015
Press freedom or plain scoop-hunting?
Apparent press freedom struggle between Arabic-language press and Ministry of Interior in face of journalists’ arrests
Daily News Egypt
May 3, 2015
Newspapers, interior ministry dispute intensifies
Newspapers continue to criticise police on front pages, journalists continued to be interrogated, face charges of “spreading false news”
Adham Youssef
April 20, 2015
Al-Masry Al-Youm articles on police violations ‘libellous’: MOI
Newspaper published seven pages documenting alleged police abuses
Adham Youssef
April 19, 2015
Net tightens on gays in Egypt as foreigners approved for deportation
All social classes in Egypt are homophobic, but it’s perceived as less directed at the Western community
Emir Nader
April 15, 2015
Arrested journalist recommended by interior ministry: Al-Dostour
Police denies involvement in appointing journalist
Adham Youssef
April 15, 2015
174 killed, over 600 injured in Q1 2015
North Sinai “bloodiest zone” in over 1,000 violent events across Egypt at beginning of 2015, says Democracy Index
Amira El-Fekki
April 14, 2015
Interior Minister reshuffles several senior positions
Second reshuffle occurs since appointment of Magdy Abdel Ghaffar as Interior Minister
Nourhan Fahmy
April 14, 2015
Interior Ministry should ‘clean its ranks’ of radical elements ahead of Easter
Egypt’s Coptic and other Christian minorities grow increasingly fearful of further terrorist attacks
Daily News Egypt
April 8, 2015
ECESR wins appeal, white taxi owners to renew licences without bank statement
Ministry of Finance has supported white taxi project with EGP 1.5bn since 2009
Doaa Farid
April 7, 2015
Zamalek blast kills policeman, residents leave streets
Some eyewitnesses reported on social media that it appeared that the device detonated from beneath the seat of a police officer’s covered seat
Menna Zaki
April 5, 2015
First trial session for 17 defendants in Al-Sabbagh case
Security forces harassed SPAP members and journalists in court
Amira El-Fekki
April 4, 2015
68 protesters fined EGP 50,000 each in 25 January anniversary trial
Protesters acquitted of Protest Law crimes subject to imprisonment
Amira El-Fekki
March 31, 2015
Deaths in police custody continue
Latest case died due to “swallowing a packet of drugs”, police say
Adham Youssef
March 30, 2015
The Al-Sabbagh killing case, as it happened
17 accused in Protest Law, defence will see investigations’ for first time in court
Amira El-Fekki
March 29, 2015
53 defence lawyers now involved in Al-Sabbagh killing case
17 accused in Protest Law, defence will see investigations’ for first time in court
Amira El-Fekki
March 29, 2015
Rights groups strongly condemn torture in Egyptian prisons
Prisoners, including Ahmed Gamal Ziada, have been subjected to torture and ill treatment inside Abu Za’abal prison
Daily News Egypt
March 24, 2015
Prosecutor General accuses policeman of Al-Sabbagh’s killing
“Authorities intransigent towards defence lawyers and Al-Sabbagh’s colleagues,” says lawyer
Adham Youssef
March 17, 2015
Court to issue verdict for 68 protesters on 31 March
Defence pleads not guilty to protest and illegal public assembly charges
Amira El-Fekki
March 11, 2015
Court resumes trial for 68 protesters arrested on 25 January
One defendant among injured of the Revolution in 2011, can’t see, says party member and activist
Amira El-Fekki
March 10, 2015
50 Fayoum University students arrested: Student groups
Ministry of Interior could not confirm reported arrests in Fayoum and Menufiya
Nourhan Fahmy
March 10, 2015
‘1980 and Upwards’: The youth’s pain relief
A play that many have watched over and over
Amira El-Fekki
March 10, 2015
Interior Minister out
Unexpected cabinet shuffle resulted in Ibrahim being replaced by former NSA head
Mahmoud Mostafa
March 7, 2015
Photojournalist Gamal Ziada, Al-Azhar students on trial for protesting
Authorities would not differentiate reporter from students despite proof, says lawyer
Amira El-Fekki
March 4, 2015
2014 was escalating year for protests in Egypt: ANHRI 
Despite numerous freedom restricting legislations, 2014 witnessed an escalation in protests in Egypt, reports human rights organisation
Nourhan Fahmy
March 4, 2015
16 defendants face retrial in Cabinet Clashes case
Lawyers’ Syndicate boycott of case still ongoing, say defence lawyers
Amira El-Fekki
March 3, 2015
Prosecutor General orders release of 120 in temporary detention
Lawyers yet to confirm, say they do not have names
Amira El-Fekki
March 2, 2015
12 minors acquitted of charges among 25 January anniversary detainees
68 others await trial on Tuesday
Amira El-Fekki
March 2, 2015
Interior ministry releases 143 prisoners
Release promised by President Al-Sisi “celebrating 25 January revolution”
Daily News Egypt
March 1, 2015

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