May 24, 2014
Getting to Know Hamdeen Sabbahy
A popular Nasserist figure and founder of Al-Karama Party, Hamdeen Sabbahy has long been an opposition force, both during Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak's rule.
Egypt courts jail more than 160 Morsi backers
An Egyptian court on Sunday sentenced 126 supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi to 10 years in prison each in a mass trial over protest violence, judicial sources said.
Egypt: The Escalation of Violence and Terrorism Threats the Human Rights System
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights expresses its deeply concern about the terrorist events that have increased recently, as it represents an assault on the package of rights and freedoms established by the international conventions and agreements, most importantly the right to live, liberty, and security of the person, and the last event is ... (more)
Egypt: General Attorney Should Punish the Prosecution's Member Who...
Cairo: - The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information , today, said that the decision made by Kafr El-Sheikh Prosecution to jail a father of a student who was holding a ruler printed with Rabaa Slogan for four days pending investigations over the charge of inciting his son to hold this ruler is an illegal, arbitrary and unfair decision.
Egypt Gets Wastewater Plant Expansion Loans from EU Lending Arm
A wastewater project that consists of building two treatment plants, expanding three and almost 700 kilometers of sewers in the northern delta part of the Nile River's western branch will receive European Investment Bank funding.