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24 November 2010
EIPR Condemns Security Violence against Coptic Demonstrators... The Public Prosecutor Must Prosecute the Security Personnel Responsible for the Death of One Christian and the Injury of Dozens More in Omraniya
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) condemned today the use of excessive violence by security forces against Coptic demonstrators who were protesting the suspension of construction on a church in the Talibiya area of Giza this morning. The violence left at least one Christian demonstrator dead and dozens more injured, including some security personnel.
 
24 November 2010
Update| The Public Prosecutor's Office Prevents Lawyers from Attending Interrogations of Copts Accused in Omraniya Events
24 November 2010
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights Releases a Report on the Law to Combat Trafficking in Persons
27 October 2010
Misdemeanor Judge Orders Release of Shi’ite Suspects on LE10,000 Bail Each
20 October 2010
28 December: Ruling on Mandatory Premarital Testing
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