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Prosecution takes up political line in interrogation of several Coalition for Hope defendants, hands down 15-day detention orders

Despite facing charges of coordinating with the Muslim Brotherhood to “bring down the state,” many of the people detained in a Tuesday arrest campaign have been questioned during initial interrogations about their leftist political affiliations and plans to form a new coalition to field candidates in the 2020 parliamentary elections.

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Egypt refuses to treat senior Brotherhood prisoner, even at his own expense

A security source in Egypt has revealed that the Interior Ministry is refusing to treat the Deputy Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, at his own expense and despite his deteriorating health condition, New Khalij has reported. Businessman Khairat El-Shater is said to be suffering from colon cancer in Al-Aqrab …

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The Working Group on Egypt’s Letter to Secretary of State Pompeo

The June 17 death of former president Mohammad Morsi should be a wake-up call to renew international attention to the condition of other Egyptian detainees whose lives are at risk but might still be saved.

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