Amid inhumane conditions, medical neglect in Egyptian prisons opens the door to further suffering that could lead to a deterioration of political prisoners’ health and possibly reaching to their death.
Egypt: Women Abused Over Alleged ISIS Ties
Egyptian authorities have arbitrarily detained women and girls related to suspected members of the I…
Egypt agreed to supply arms to Ukraine after US talks: Report
Egypt was planning to manufacture rockets for Russia but then suspended that effort and decided to s…
Egypt secretly planned to supply rockets to Russia, leaked U.S. document says
President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi in February planned to produce 40,000 rockets for Russia and instructe…
Egypt: Human rights groups warn of ‘torture and abuse’ at Badr prison complex
Human rights groups said on Monday that collective punishment is taking place at Egypt’s Badr prison…
Egypt jails activists for years on ‘terrorism’: rights groups
A special Egyptian court on Sunday sentenced four veteran human rights activists to prison terms up …
How Sisi has accelerated Egypt’s economic tailspin
For decades, the Egyptian economy has suffered from clear structural problems: high government expenditures that exceed revenues, an export-import deficit, and a state-controlled economy. Without addressing these structural weaknesses, short-term fiscal fixes will not prove helpful.
Body of Palestinian fisherman ‘killed by Egyptian gunboat’ found off Gaza coast
The body of a Palestinian fisherman who went missing three days ago after his boat was allegedly struck by an Egyptian gunboat was found off the coast of Gaza on Tuesday evening.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia Reportedly Looking to Buy Chinese Weapons
China is reportedly currently in talks with Saudi Arabia and Egypt to sell the two Arab states a variety of new weapons, including the Chengdu J-10C, the fighter jet that forms the backbone of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF).
Civil Democratic Movement: State is responsible for party life’s death
A number of pro-state and opposition political figures made the case on Sunday for restrictions on political parties to be lifted during a well-publicized debate session of the National Dialogue.
Egypt has renewed pre-trial detention of over 20,000 people in 9 months, says rights group
The Egyptian Front for Human Rights (EFHR) has recorded that over a nine-month period Egyptian courts have renewed the pre-trial detention of over 20,000 people on terror related charges.