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Police strike front of Interior Ministry
Al-Masry Al-Youm 26 Sep 2012
After the outbreak of the January 2011 revolution, the Interior Ministry began a new era based on respect for...
Lama El Hatow 23 Jun 2012
The outcome of the Rio+20 conference have been disheartening for many environmentalists.  The “Future we...
Lama El Hatow 22 Jun 2012
The outcome of the Rio+20 conference have been disheartening for many environmentalists.  The “Future we...
An Egyptian protester holds a sketch reading "Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, get your dogs off me" and depicting the widespread picture of a veiled female protester whose clothes were ripped and was dragged and beaten by military police two days ago, during a demonstration at Tahrir Square, Cairo, December 19, 2011 following three days of deadly clashes between army and protesters.
Al-Masry Al-Youm 21 Jun 2012
The Egyptian government’s responses to the UN Special Rapporteur’s report on the right of peaceful...
Nadine Marroushi 14 Jun 2012
The military has been given broad powers to arrest civilians — powers that go beyond its mandate, lawyers from...
Sarah Carr 05 Jun 2012
The trial of 43 NGO workers was adjourned again on Tuesday until 4 July. Nineteen US nationals, 14 Egyptians, five...
Judge Makram Awwad, NGO trial's new judge, after the previous bench of three judges resigned, during the session in Cairo Criminal Court, March 8,2012. The trial is set to continue on 10 April.
Al-Masry Al-Youm 04 Jun 2012
The Cairo Criminal Court will resume hearings in the NGO funding case on Tuesday. Forty-three Egyptians and foreigners...
Egypt Independent 04 Jun 2012
An Egyptian-American activist who was among the 43 NGO workers charged with receiving illegal foreign funding was...
Al-Masry Al-Youm 29 May 2012
The State Council Administrative Court on Tuesday decided to postpone a lawsuit that demands the Muslim Brotherhood...
Egypt Independent 07 May 2012
Only 60 local NGOs have applied to monitor the presidential election scheduled for 23 and 24 May, according to Egypt...