Ten local and international rights groups have expressed their “full solidarity” with members of an Egyptian organisation ahead of a Saturday court hearing.
The trial in Egypt of Hossam Bahgat, one of the country’s most prominent human rights advocates, for a tweet criticising alleged electoral fraud, was postponed Tuesday, his lawyer said.
The Red Sea Criminal Court on Sunday sentenced 10 defendants, including two Egyptians, to death for their involvement in smuggling tons of drugs, including heroin, into the country through the Red Sea.
The President of the Cairo Court of Appeal Ali Mokhtar on Monday dropped a lawsuit filed against four civil society organizations, entities and associations accused of receiving foreign funding due to insufficient evidence.
YouTube star Shadi Srour, along with journalist Shaimaa Sami and activist Ziyad Aboel-Fadel were released after spending months in pre-trial detention.
An Egyptian court yesterday sentenced 67 people to life imprisonment and nine others to 15 years imprisonment for filming an airbase and targeting vital installations.
On 1 June Abeer Hassan’s brother left the house to deliver some cash to a colleague, a short trip around the block that should have taken a maximum of 15 minutes.
Egypt’s State Security Prosecution has accused former presidential candidate Abdul Moneim Aboul Fotouh of ties to a terror group and spreading fake news, lawyer Khaled Ali revealed yesterday.
An Egyptian court on Thursday sentenced 21 Muslim Brotherhood members to death, in the latest crackdown against the country’s largest opposition group.
An Egypt court has upheld jail sentences for several Muslim Brotherhood leaders on charges of “collaborating with Hamas”, throwing out an appeal even as relations between the country and the Palestinian group have continued to improve in recent months.