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Violations against students systematic and coordinated, says SAC spokesperson
“We are not as important as the Ethiopians our country liberated from Libya,” says spokesperson
Documented violations occurred mostly in Cairo, with security forces largest contributor to violations
“Guys place bets on whoever harasses women most,” says founder of ‘I Saw Harassment’
“It is irrational for the journalist to be arrested while the owner of the newspaper is untouched,” says a source close to defendant
Al-Dostor reporter was arrested on “criminal charges” days after publishing investigative report series covering alleged “police violations”
Storming campuses and dispersing student activities, says AFTE report
The council’s delegation met with four prisoners in Abu Za’abal prison, interior ministry denies claims of torture
The rejected recommendations dealt a range of issues such as death penalty, torture, Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, detention facilities, military courts and protest law.
Mohamed Zaria, human rights lawyer and chairman of the Arab Penal Reform Organization, said that Egyptians have suffered almost 60 years of human rights violations. He added that the climate is currently hostile to the work of independent human rights organisations, especially through the oppressive Law 84/2002. He added that the state and regime believe …
JCRF aims to defend students in cases of torture, arbitrary arrest and enforced disappearance
Lack of information and obstacles among the main concerns, say rights groups
Al-Mesryoon issue printed after “authorities” approved and revised content, says newspaper
A report by an observatory in Dar Al-Ifta says ISIS is “unusual” when it comes to the role of women in takfiri terrorist organisations
Alliance condemns use of violence against anti-Mubarak protesters
Journalists were covering new protests in Abdel Moneim Riyadh Square, a day after the violent dispersal of demonstrations left two people dead
International human rights groups also call for authorities to repeal “draconian laws” and take adequate action over sexual harassment
Guide discusses violations against homosexuals by the police, employers and people in public places
Show host accuses channel of stopping a reportage showing a death of a child at school, channel denies
The ministries of Housing and Education both say they had no involvement in the decision to take the show off the air
Rights groups say seizure, arrest of printer new step in silencing independent voices
The Christian Sudanese woman, who was sentenced to hang, was incarcerated with her 20-month-old toddler according to rights activists, and gave birth this week to another baby in jail.
Eight people died and thousands were injured in the heavy-handed police crackdown that ensued, as clouds of tear gas wafted through the much-loved park on Taksim Square.
Press Syndicate’s operations room has documented dozens of violations against journalists during presidential elections
Presidential candidate cites “large-scale” violations against his campaign members during the last 48 hours
Violations reported on the two-day electoral process of the presidential elections
Violations reported on the first day of the presidential elections
On World Press Freedom Day, reports from local and international organisations paint a grim picture of media freedoms in Egypt in 2013
The two camps are currently collecting signatures and battling for support
Police arrested four of them and dispersed the rest “with ease,” she said, adding that the race had “continued as normal”.