Human Rights on Trial in Egypt as NGO Funding Case rehabilitate

Egypt has dispatched another crackdown on human rights bunches, addressing staff and requesting resource solidifies over allegations they took remote subsidizing to destabilize the nation after the 2011 uprising that finished Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year standard. Egyptian rights activists say they are confronting the most exceedingly terrible ambush in their history in a more extensive crusade… Read More

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Egypt to shut NGO that documents alleged rights abuses

gyptian authorities have ordered the closure of a prominent local non-governmental organization that documents alleged human rights abuses and treats torture victims, the NGO and security sources said on Wednesday. Security sources and a lawyer for the Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation for Victims of Violence and Torture said authorities agreed to hold off from… Read More

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Meet the woman who risked jail in Egypt to fight against NGOs crackdown

  Early last February, 26-year-old Hafsa Halawa was visiting her sister in the UK when she finally found out what she had dreaded for weeks. Back in Egypt, where Halawa worked as an election observer, she had been sent to trial – along with 42 other democracy advocates – ostensibly for being employed by a… Read More

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Egypt to charge 43 over NGOs

Forty-three people, including 19 Americans, face prosecution in an Egyptian criminal court on charges of illegal foreign funding as part of an ongoing crackdown on nongovernmental organizations, a prosecution spokesman said Sunday. Those referred to court also include five Serbs, two Germans and three Arabs, said Adel Saeed, spokesman for the general prosecutor. The remaining… Read More

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