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Opposition previously stated that about 43 people died since beginning of demonstrations
Hundreds of Sudanese government supporters organised rally to express support for President Omar Al-Bashir
Since the failed coup, protesters have filled squares throughout Turkey on a nightly basis. On July 15, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on supporters to take to the streets to defend his regime from the military.
Political factions voice solidarity with young detainees against state oppression
Security forces arrested nine protesters in Ain Shams while reporters were banned from entering Tahrir Square amid heavy riot police presence
Demonstrations were held at the Press Syndicate one day after police attacked high school students’ rally, PhD and MBA holders’ burn certificates at another protest against cabinet
Government employees at state-controlled Customs and Tax Authorities demand Minister of Finance’s resignation
Latest incidents put opposition in division crisis, says Revolutionary Socialists group
Public will adopt views of terrorism-supporting media amid absence of official information, says Al-Shorouk newspaper chief editor
“Lone wolves” are terrorists that geographically move and connect with others, says report
Police lists renowned campaign for detainees amongst “criminal pages”
Mubarak, Adly and Nazif previously fined EGP 540m for cutting communications during 2011 revolution
Although HRW does not currently have offices in Egypt, the verdict would still serve to “undermine the group’s presence in Egypt”, says lawyer
Court heard last defence arguments in Al-Azhar University protests case
Gamal Ziada writes from jail: “I saw death. I blame human rights groups’ silence”
Four policemen and four civilians were wounded Saturday
Despite numerous freedom restricting legislations, 2014 witnessed an escalation in protests in Egypt, reports human rights organisation
Demonstrating in Egypt is considered more dangerous than mass murder, and the Protest Law must be amended, says Bahey Eldin Hassan
More than two dozen people were killed in protests marking the 2011 uprising, says human rights watchdog
Christoph Strässer discusses the Protest Law, freedom of speech and the NGOs law as part of fighting terrorism, says Germany is accused of targeting Egypt
Dispersals of demonstrations continue as forces continue to crack-down on dissenting voices
200 people were arrested and 30 explosive devices were defused over the three days
Small demonstrations disbursed peacefully, says interior ministry
Political parties and NGOs condemn arrests and call for the cancellation of the Protest Law
By Fahmi Howeidi From regulating demonstrations to regulating storytelling, from tightening security on the streets to securing cyberspace, and from the protection of society to monitoring it: all would be included. This was the message sent by the Ministry of Interior when it announced it would be establishing what it called “a system to monitor …
Human rights watchdog says mass surveillance of social media would “deal a devastating blow to the rights to privacy and freedom of expression in Egypt”
Yapici said once Korkmaz regained consciousness he was again kicked on the head and as he fled his attackers, was set upon by plain-clothes policemen with gas masks who ruthlessly kicked and beat him on the legs.
Children caused riots, “non-peaceful demonstrations”, says interior ministry
That demonstration in Cairo called for a boycott of the referendum, as Morsi’s supporters refused to recognise the military-installed government that promised a “democratic transition” following his ouster.
Waving Ukrainian flags and shouting slogans heard during the Maidan protests in Kiev, the demonstrators urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to pull troops back.