The Middle East is considered to be the most dangerous and difficult region for journalism according to a Reporters Without Borders announcement, Wednesday.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) warned of a “looming humanitarian crisis” in north and central Sinai in a Monday report, which it said is a result of the ongoing military operation in the peninsula.
Egypt’s military operations against an affiliate of the Islamic State group in North Sinai is threatening to spark a humanitarian crisis, Human Rights Watch said on Monday.
Ahead of presidential elections in Egypt, our new report analyses the role and growing economic power of the military.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi should prioritize reforms to end serious human rights violations during his second term, Human Rights Watch said today.
As President Abdel-Fattah El Sisi’s first four-year term in office comes to an end on June 3, 2018, Egypt’s regime, its citizenry, and the international community are preparing for what was slated to be Egypt’s fourth multi-candidate presidential election in its modern history.
The State and Human Rights Organizations in Egypt: A Problem of Political Culture or a Structural Crisis?
The Egyptian state seeks to control civil society through laws and puts in place security measures to restrict its action, while civil society organizations, especially rights groups, deploy various strategies to ensure a minimal space for action. In this struggle, a solution lies not only in legislation enabling the participation …
The Egyptian military’s use of cluster bombs must cease immediately, Amnesty international said today, following the military’s release of an official video showing cluster bombs as part of their recent operations in North Sinai.
Ahead of Vice President Mike Pence’s planned trip to Cairo this weekend, two new POMED fact sheets illustrate the complicated military assistance relationship between the United States and Egypt.
Egypt’s Protest Law has been invoked against peaceful assemblies despite judicial and legislative attempts to liberalize its Article 10, which delineates the government’s power to prevent protests. Arrests under the Protest Law account for only 12 percent of protesters referred to Egyptian courts. The state also employs a panoply of …