Alleged police brutality continues in Egypt as two citizens were reportedly killed by cops in separate provinces in the North African country recently, sparking outrage by activists and human rights advocates.
A look of admiration from behind bars, accompanied by hope for a better tomorrow that brings her and her life partner together. A life partner in whose cause she believes and has pride in his steadfastness in the face of his jailer, awaiting his release to that she can complete …
The Geneva-based NGO, Committee for Justice (CFJ), has said that Egyptian citizen, Mahmoud Abdel Jawad, has been tortured to death at Nabaruh police station.
The head of Egypt’s state-backed National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) has sparked criticism online after comparing a prison complex to luxury accommodation.
Egyptian researcher Patrick Zaki and lawyer Mohamed al-Baqer walked out of prison Thursday, relatives said, a day after President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi pardoned them in the wake of an international outcry.
An imprisoned Egyptian lawyer and human rights defender was in a coma for two days before he was transferred to an intensive care unit where he died earlier this month, human rights groups told Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper.
After seven years of emotional and physical exhaustion, Sarah was finding it difficult to stay in her marriage.
An Egyptian poet who stopped drinking water on 1 June to protest his continued imprisonment has suspended the strike as his health has deteriorated and he hasn’t received adequate healthcare.
Twenty-three days after his arrest, the whereabouts of Moaz al-Sharqawy were finally made clear on Saturday, when the former student activist with ties to the Strong Egypt Party was brought before the Supreme State Security Prosecution in New Cairo.
An imprisoned Egyptian poet has warned that he will escalate his hunger strike tomorrow in protest against his ongoing incarceration.