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Outlet headed by journalist Mohamed Fahmy accused of publishing pro-Egypt, UAE propaganda, ordered to pay out GBP80,000 by UK court

The former editor-in-chief of the Investigative Journal (TIJ), a media outlet based in London, has been awarded more than 80,000 British pounds in damages against the outlet and its CEO, Canadian-Egyptian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, after filing with a British court to claim she was misled into joining the organization only …

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Egypt: Sisi’s prison plan rubs salt in the wounds of thousands in jail

Days before announcing the imminent inauguration of the largest prison complex in Egypt, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi launched the country’s first national human rights strategy. The prison announcement, made “casually” during a telephone interview with a national talk show, starkly contrasted with the three-hour human rights extravaganza.

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