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Alexandrian political activist already in jail pending trial for attacking prosecutor
Arrest warrants issued for eyewitnesses in case
Mo’awad Adel’s mother sends a legal notice demanding funds for her son to be treated abroad
Thirteen detainees including lawyers accused of damaging Al-Raml police station
Crowds cheered as the blogger and activist was released Tuesday after turning himself in hours earlier
Women from various political parties and movements will march from Talaat Harb to the press syndicate on International Women’s Day
Popular Current member was shot in the head with birdshot during clashes last January
More than three weeks after going missing, activist Mohamed El-Shafaai found in Zeinhom Morgue
Activists plan performance of dance craze in front of Muslim Brotherhood office in Moqattam
The Al-Dostour Party member remains in custody without a trial date
Ibrahim Hanafi claims he was abducted by Muslim Brotherhood members
Relatives of a man accused of taking part in recent acts of violence in Suez say he suffers from a psychiatric disorder
Mohamed Fahmy released on bail pending trial
Muhamed Sabry, activist and photo-journalist based in Sinai, is facing military trial
Former political detainee held and threatened for three hours following protests
Doctors in Peshawar said that children’s rights activist Malala Yousafzai’s condition was stable, despite the attempt on her life.
Amid the continued hindrances faced by activists and political detainees in Egypt, one of them finally hears some good news
Most arrested for political opinions and religious beliefs
China postpones ceremony marking ties with Japan
Bassem Al-Wardani’s verdict suspended after nearly two months in jail
Over a year after he died, Arrigoni’s family sees justice
Saber asked about his relationship with religion and God
Daily News Egypt speaks to female revolutionaries
Female activists tell Daily News Egypt why they are hunger striking
Bahrain activists found guilty of “conspiring to overthrow the government, having contact with foreign entities, and violating provisions of the constitution”
Government committee to convene on Tuesday in effort to resolve crisis
DNE speaks to Ragia Omran, lawyer and human rights activist with the No Military Trials for Civilians group.
Despite the worrying number of men and women still facing military trial in Egypt, one grass-roots movement has succeeded in alerting the public to the need for change. Rana Muhammad Taha speaks to No Military Trials activists Salma Abdelgelil and Mohammad Fouda about the group’s development.
Israeli court rules Rachel Corrie’s death by a bulldozer not intentional.
Maryam Al-Khawaja denied entrance to Egypt for “Top secret”