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Beltagy and Hegazy sentenced to 15 years for torture
Broadcaster and other Muslim Brotherhood leaders also found guilty in case
Aya Nader
October 11, 2014
Dutch citizens file case against Egyptian interior minister
Lawyer expresses confidence in evidence available to prosecute Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim over crimes against humanity
Eduard Cousin
September 20, 2014
Prosecutor sends 3 to court over “terrorism” charges
Defendants facing charges of possessing firearms and inciting violence
Adham Youssef
September 13, 2014
647 protests in August, 370 against military rule: IDC
Muslim Brotherhood led 414 protests for political and social reasons, says IDC report
Daily News Egypt
September 13, 2014
Al-Beltagy, Hegazy handed 20 years
Former FJP leader and conservative preacher handed lengthy sentences for torturing policemen
Daily News Egypt
September 9, 2014
Ministry of Endowments warns against politically-affiliated religious NGOs
The ministry says Al-Azhar to supervise Friday sermons along a common theme
Adham Youssef
September 6, 2014
Egypt optimistic about tourism recovery from October: Tourism minster
Minister of Tourism Hisham Zaazou expressed optimism on restoration of Egyptian tourism this October after eight countries lift Sinai travel warnings and Arab tourists return
Abdel Razek Al-Shuwekhi
September 3, 2014
Journalist who shot ‘Helwan Brigades’ video arrested
Ministry of Interior says it located her ‘hiding place’ in an Alexandria apartment
Hend Kortam
September 3, 2014
Rights group condemns arrest of Rabaa Al-Adaweya witness
Human Rights Watch says former professor was beaten and his home raided
Menna Zaki
September 2, 2014
Egypt is witnessing less freedom of expression than under Mubarak or Morsi : John R. Bradley
Daily News Egypt interviewed Bradley to discuss Egypt’s internal political situation and its foreign affairs, ranging from human rights abuses to the recent geopolitical developments in the region.
Adham Youssef
August 23, 2014
State Department rebuts Egypt’s Ferguson comments, says situation ‘not comparable’
US deals “openly and honestly” with its issues and encourages others to do the same, says State Department deputy spokeswoman
Eduard Cousin
August 20, 2014
119 Muslim Brotherhood members to be tried on 6 September
Defendants stand accused of breaking into a police station during Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in in 2013
Menna Zaki
August 18, 2014
One year after Rabaa dispersal, Egyptians wrangle psychological trauma
In the aftermath of violence, people are more prone to isolation, depression, sleep disorders or even substance abuse, experts say
Marwa Morgan
August 17, 2014
Muslim Brotherhood denies army’s accusations of violence
Four protesters killed and 193 people arrested on first anniversary of Rabaa Al-Adaweya dispersal
Menna Zaki
August 17, 2014
Police clash with pro-Morsi protesters in Matariya district
Victim’s families claim they were pressured not to accuse police of the deaths
Adham Youssef
August 16, 2014
Interior ministry to investigate ‘Helwan Brigades’ video
Group threatens South Cairo police after being “fed up” with Brotherhood’s approach
Daily News Egypt
August 16, 2014
The ‘revolution’ continues: Massacres, violence and counting deaths
“So when people ask me how I’m doing… how am I supposed to respond? How am I supposed to feel? What exactly am I supposed to tell them about? About the death that we saw for thirteen consecutive hours? About the day that passed by as if it were a thousand years? About the man …
Jihad Abaza
August 14, 2014
Two die in Giza neighbourhood: FJP and police denies deaths
Protesters mark the one year anniversary of Rabaa amid high tensions
Hend Kortam
August 14, 2014
Egypt has considerable problems in its penal institutions: Nasser Amin
NCHR member Nasser Amin speaks to the Daily News Egypt about human rights issues in Egypt
Adham Youssef
August 14, 2014
A year behind bars: Mahmoud ‘Shawkan’ Abou Zied
One year ago Egypt witnessed the bloodiest day in its recent history. On 14 August 2013 police forces moved to disperse two protest camps in support of the ousted president Mohamed Morsi. Human Rights Watch says at least 904 people were killed that day according to the group’s recent report released earlier this week. The …
Joel Gulhane
August 14, 2014
HRW report omits demolition of churches and attacks on Christians: 30 June fact-finding mission
The committee claims it is more neutral in interpreting events than other groups
Daily News Egypt
August 13, 2014
HRW Rabaa report receives mixed reactions
SIS criticises report for ignoring Brotherhood’s “terrorist operations”
Adham Youssef
August 13, 2014
Rabaa sit-in dispersal ‘crime against humanity’: HRW
Human Rights Watch report says Rabaa dispersal “probably” amounts to crimes against humanity, as it was “planned at the highest levels of Egyptian government”
Eduard Cousin
August 12, 2014
Interior Ministry says HRW was told to postpone visit
HRW top staff set to release report on Rabaa Al-Adaweya dispersal turned away by Egyptian authorities after being held overnight
Hend Kortam
August 12, 2014
Brotherhood affiliated groups condemn FJP ban
The pro-Morsi Anti-Coup Alliance condemned Sunday the ban on the Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), describing it as an unlawful and void decision. The alliance said in a statement that the ban demonstrates the extent to which the Egyptian judiciary is biased and politicised. Departing from legal process and constitutional …
Adham Youssef
August 11, 2014
HRW to release report on Rabaa, despite denial of staff’s entry into Egypt
This is the first time ever for HRW staff to be refused entry into Egypt, including during Mubarak’s regime
Hend Kortam
August 11, 2014
Al-Betagy, Hegazy torture trial postponed
Leading Muslim Brotherhood members accused of kidnapping and attempted murder
Aaron T. Rose
August 4, 2014
‘Operations Room’ trial adjourned over sound system problems
Court was supposed to hear the witnesses’ testimony on Sunday’s trial session
Menna Zaki
August 3, 2014
Prosecutor sends 163 to court for committing ‘massacre’
Defendants are facing charges of murder and attacking security forces
Daily News Egypt
July 16, 2014
5 sentenced to 5 years imprisonment for amputating man’s finger
Verdict comes after allegations of torture against pro-Morsi supporters in Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in
Adham Youssef
July 16, 2014

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