The family of the late economic researcher Ayman Hadhoud has filed a legal request for the release of surveillance footage from the final weeks in his life.
Egyptian children are being recruited to fight for pro-government militias in the North Sinai where …
Sexual violence against detainees in Egypt is “systemic”, according to a report by The E…
Egypt has used intelligence supplied by the French military to target and “kill civilians̶…
Increases in food prices triggered by Russia’s war in Ukraine could kill “millions” of people globally, Egypt’s finance minister has cautioned, echoing warnings made by the UN and G7 countries over the worldwide wheat shortage.
National political dialogue: Sisi speaks on critics, opposition group awaits promised prisoner releases
Speaking on the national dialogue, a recently announced public consultation process that is billed to involve all political actors in the country, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi appeared on Saturday to warn off prospective participants who intend to criticize the state’s performance.
Egypt’s Minister of Local Development, General Mahmoud Shaarawy, declared on 20 May that Egypt had reached water poverty based on the universal standards set by the United Nations (UN).
The US Senate’s longest serving member has rebuked Egyptian authorities for continuing to detain activist and blogger Alaa Abdel-Fattah, calling his treatment “reminiscent of the Middle Ages”.
The US has approved an arms sale, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, to Egypt despite outcry over Cairo’s continued human rights abuses and financial woes.