nsults, arrests, assaults, shootings, and even torture to death are a few examples of what Egyptian lawyers have endured under the current police system. In the end, a few words from ministerial officials are enough to overshadow the seriousness of police brutality towards holders of such a prestigious and ‘hectic’ …
aturday witnessed the first day of escalation by government employees against the newly issued Civil Services law, with the attendance of several labour syndicates in the Fustat Park in Cairo.
A case against three people was referred to the Grand Mufti Thursday, signaling a death sentence for murdering an officer in Alexandria Aug. 14, 2013.
Recent protests by low-ranking police officers reached a crescendo of discontent this summer — a discontent that’s been swelling since 2011.
Following months of cases circulating on social media and press, a local Egyptian NGO claims to have recorded 1,250 cases of forced disappearances in the first eight months of 2015, of individuals who have later resurfaced after a period of detention.
Mahmoud Mohamed Hussein was 18 years old when he wasarrested. . Today he has grown a little older, and wonders at what age he will possibly be released from prison. Like thousands of young political detainees in Egypt, Hussein’s fate remains unknown due to an excessively long period of pre-trial …
Hundreds of non-commissioned officers in the Sharqeya governorate ended their strike Monday morning, after the Ministry of Interior’s promises to look into their economic demands following two days of strikes.
Independent observatory Democracy Index said in its report on student movements in 2014/2015 that 807 protests took place over the past academic year across all Egyptian universities.
Protesting police officers in Egypt have clashed with riot police known as Central Security Forces (CSF) in the northern city of Zagazig in Sharqiya Governorate, demanding the ouster of Egypt’s interior minister.
A Cairo court has sentenced Mohamed Badie, the spiritual leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, and 18 other prominent Brotherhood figures to life in prison over an attack on a police station in 2013. At least five people were killed in the attack on the police station in the coastal city of Port …