Shawkan was moved back to his cell following uproar among other prisoners who demanded an immediate end to the violations against them
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El-Beheiry was accused contempt of religion and insulting Al-Azhar, Egypt’s largest Islamic institution
Doctors Syndicate insists on suspending work in hospital until end of investigations.
The detention of Gaafar is a threat to civil society’s freedom to operate regardless legal status, says statement
Abd El-Fattah’s was misidentified as a man convicted in absentia of a failed coup attempt and will be released Saturday
The general prosecution has previously accused the defendants of 54 indictments.
Revolution is ongoing just as life and dreams are ongoing, says Mahinour El-Massry
The ceremony was held in honour of Mahmoud Abou Zeid “Shawkan”, and all detained journalists
Petition contends contradiction as Supervisory Committee that oversaw legitimacy of elections has accepted appeal
Between fear of anarchy, belief in peaceful protesting, Egyptians divided over calls for uprising on 25 January
Establishing an observatory is in response to violations and hate speech against Islam and Muslims
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Italy and US called for meeting to force Libyan parties to establish national unity government to overcome their current crisis
Heavy rain caused severe damage across several governorates on Sunday
Minister of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Magdy El-Agati stressed that Abu-Dheif’s assassins will be found and punished
There has been no response or action taken whatsoever, despite the several solidarity campaigns that were launched by the Press Syndicate, the support Shawkan and other detained journalists receive from the international community, and the calls for their immediate release.
Lawyer calls for immediate drop of charges as they were not “fully investigated”
Foreign minister discussed regional issues, including the Renaissance Dam, with African partners
“Delete Al-Nahar channel from satellites” trended on Twitter, calling for boycotting the TV channel and its sponsors