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Egypt's military council must give up policing powers.
Amnesty International today called on Egypt's new president to rise to the challenge of breaking the cycle of abuse perpetuated under Hosni Mubarak and the Supreme ...
It is time for all governments to commit to securing an international Arms Trade Treaty. Hundreds of thousands of people are killed, injured, raped, repressed and ...
Document ACT 30/032/2012
Egypt's ruling military council's decision to grant itself unrestrained powers, ahead of the results of the presidential elections, sets the country on the path ...
By granting itself new sweeping powers, Egypt's ruling military council has set the country on the path to further human rights violations.
The Justice Ministry's decision to extend the military's power to arrest and investigate civilians paves the way for fresh human rights violations.
Activists calling for an end to sexual harassment of women protesters have been groped and punched by a group of men.
Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak has been sentenced to life imprisonment for complicity in the killing of protesters last year.
The end of Egypt's 31-year state of emergency must signal a return to the rule of law, Amnesty International said after the measure timed out on Thursday, two years ...
Egypt's state of emergency has ended and the authorities must now combat the systemic abuses the measure facilitated.