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UN warns Egypt’s military ‘to change approach to protests’ as massacre fears loom

The United Nations on Friday called on Egyptian authorities to “radically change their approach” to any future protests, after more than 2,000 people were reportedly arrested following demonstrations last weekend against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

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Egyptian politician: ‘Sisi is leading arbitrary arrests against army leaders’

Mahmoud Refaat, a former spokesperson for the detained Egyptian Armed Forces’ Chief of Staff, Sami Annan, revealed that security services close to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi are carrying out a campaign of arbitrary and “crazy” arrests against several Egyptian army leaders.

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Congress loosens pressure on Egypt just as new anti-Sisi protests emerge

Egyptian security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas at hundreds of protesters in the Red Sea city of Suez on Saturday, one day after anti-corruption protests targeting President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s government sprung up in Cairo and several other cities. Police have since arrested more than 365 protesters as …

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