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Will Europe stop covering up the crimes of the Egyptian regime?

The impunity of the Egyptian regime, Europe’s “indispensable” partner in fighting illegal migration and counter-terrorism measures, continues to shock and brutalize. Europe’s partner uses the privileges of this partnership beyond pleasing its European allies and sometimes against them. Cairo has been instrumentalizing these issues to clamp down on critics and …

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US senators urge Egypt to release detained Coptic activist

A bipartisan pair of US senators have urged Egypt to release a Coptic Christian activist imprisoned for a year. Republican Thom Tills and Democrat Chris Coons, co-chairs of the Senate Human Rights Caucus, wrote to the Egyptian embassy in Washington DC last month about detainee Ramy Kamel.

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Egypt to dismiss public servants with alleged ties to Muslim Brotherhood

The Egyptian parliament’s Legislative Committee approved Nov. 1 a draft law submitted by the government, approving the dismissal of civil servants who support terrorist groups, mainly the Muslim Brotherhood, from all state agencies and institutions, without taking disciplinary measures.

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