Following the July death of a young man held in police custody in Alexandria, claimed by a rights organization to be the result of his subjection to torture, investigating authorities issued an official statement last week to absolve the police force of any responsibility in the case.
The Sinai Foundation for Human Rights revealed in a report published on Monday the continuing deteri…
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 and the World Bank are discussing activating a $500 million food security agreement to help tide the country over as it struggles to deal with the repercussions of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Egypt homes over nine million international migrants and refugees from 133 countries, reveals the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Academics in Egypt have been left scratching their heads after a decision by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to grant civilian scientific degrees to students of military colleges.
Three well-known Egyptian public figures have unexpectedly announced this week that they will cease publishing critical views on politics and the economy without giving clear reasons for the decision.
As the global economy has contracted in recent months, Egypt has been engaged in talks with the International Monetary Fund to shore up its rocky financial situation.