The 2013 Annual Report on
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Egypt has lifted a travel ban on some, but not all, foreign nationals targeted in a crackdown on NGO workers.
Egypt's security forces continue to kill protesters with the same brutal tactics used in Hosni Mubarak's last days in power.
On 6 February 2012 George Ramzi Nakhla was arrested after taking part in a protest in Cairo. He has reportedly been ill-treated while in detention and has not received ...
Urgent Action MDE 12/008/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL OP-ED EGYPT AND ITS GENERALS: BETWEEN DENIAL AND REPRESSION BY SALIL SHETTY, SECRETARY GENERAL OF AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Last March ...
PressItem MDE 12/007/2012
The Egyptian authorities are using a Mubarak-era law to prosecute civil society.
Most of Egypt's political parties have pledged human rights change, but have been ambiguous on some issues including women's rights.
Egypt's ruling army council must end military trials of civilians.
PressItem MDE 12/001/2012
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ADVISORY Index: MDE 12/002/2012. Date: 20 January 2012. Egypt: Amnesty International to publish results ...
PressItem MDE 12/002/2012
2011 was a year without precedent for the peoples of the Middle East and North Africa region. It was a year in which millions of people of all ages and backgrounds ...
Report MDE 01/001/2012