The Israeli government denied allegations that Mahmoud al-Sisi, son of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, visited Tel Aviv.
An Italian judge has asked the country’s government to intervene in the trial of four Egyptian security officers accused in the kidnapping and murder of PhD student Giulio Regeni in 2016, the Italian ANSA news agency reported.
Authorities in the United States have arrested an Egyptian-American man from New York on allegations that he unlawfully worked at the behest of the Egyptian government to track the “political opponents” of the country’s president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
The leader of Ghad El-Thawra party and former Egyptian presidential candidate Ayman Nour fears for his life after his phone was hacked by two different groups.
Egypt’s National Security Agency has arrested two suspects of impersonating two high-level officials and fabricating a phone call in which they negotiated illegal awarding of contracts of some major national projects to certain companies in exchange for a huge bribe, with the aim of defaming the Egyptian government.
CEO of Dassault Aviation in Egypt after accusations of conspiracy of surveillance, arrest and torturing Egyptians
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi received Eric Trappier, CEO of the giant Company of Dassault Aviation, the manufacturer of the army aircraft Rafale.
An Italian parliamentary panel has accused the Egyptian security apparatus of kidnapping, torturing and murdering a student, Giulio Regeni, in Cairo in 2016.
Over the past week, the investigative French platform Disclose has published a series of stories on Egypt-French relations dubbed the “Egypt-Papers.” The stories hone in on arms and spytech deals between the two countries, as well as a joint counterterrorism mission from 2016 to 2018 that resulted in at least …
France’s defence ministry filed a legal complaint on Wednesday over a “violation of national secrecy”, after revelations suggesting a French anti-terrorism operation in Egypt was being used for internal repression, the ministry said on Thursday.
The struggle for prison letters: How the National Security Agency controls access to correspondence for detainees
Abdelrahman ElGendy says letters were a crucial lifeline for him during the six years he spent locked up in five different prisons between 2013 and 2020. “Letters were not only important, they literally saved my life,” he says. “I was only living because I was looking forward to them from …