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Ruling of “Cabinet Incidents” case relieves some from injustice while exaggerates in oppressing dozens of innocent people, and perpetrators are free

Cairo: 25 July, 2017 The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said, “The ruling issued into the case known in media as “Cabinet Incidents” entails contradictory results that are Read More

Today’s Harvest Tuesday, July 25, 2017

26 July, 2017

* A variety of verdicts including acquittals, life imprisonment, ten years and five years imprisonment in the Cabinet of Ministers case   Today, Giza Criminal Court presided over by Judge Read More

Today’s Harvest Egypt: 20 July, 2017

20 July, 2017

– Military judiciary sentences 5 defendants to 10 years in rigorous prison During its hearing convened today at Assiut, the Military Court sentenced five defendants to 10 years in rigorous Read More

Morocco: ANHRI condemns the attack on peaceful protesters in front of the parliament

20 June, 2017

Cairo: 20 June 2017 The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) today denounced the security forces’ attack on protesters in front of the parliament’s headquarters in the capital Rabat, Read More

Three of the United Nations Special Rapporteurs criticize the Egyptian government for closing 6 public libraries, and express concern about the attack on human rights organizations

19 June, 2017

Cairo: 19 June 2017 The Arabic Network for Human Right Information (ANHRI) today said that three of the United Nations Special Rapporteurs (David Kaye, Special Rapporteur on the promotion and Read More

“Eye on Talk Show” 3

20 July, 2017

This is the third episode of “Eye on Talk Show” bi-weekly newsletter, which aims to present the content of the most important talk shows that have a widespread audience. Publishing Read More

All you need to know about the emergency state after being extended

9 July, 2017

After Egypt’s Parliament approved to extend the state of emergency, days ago, you may need to know more about the notorious emergency law alongside the powers granted to the executive Read More

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