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Parliamentary committee approves judicial appointment bill in surprise move
Rana Mamdouh | A bill has been approved which allows the president to appoint Egypt's top judicial positions
The assembly law’s fate: What are the implications of the challenge to the British colonial-era statute
A lawsuit calls for the government to recognize the 1928 repeal of the assembly law
Down 1 article, the protest law survives
Mostafa Mohie | Read a run down of the implications of the court ruling that overturned Article 10 of the protest law
What happened after February 11, 2011?
Mai Shams El-Din | The famous chant of “bread, freedom and social justice” continued to resonate in people’s heads
Anti-Protest Law campaigners say Ramadan pardons are not enough
Heba Afify | A list of 165 detainees pardoned by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday for the holy month of
Between prisons
Lina Attalah | This conversation is part of issue 1 of Status Hour, an emerging collaborative monthly audio journal
On hunger strikes: A brief background
A growing number of Egyptian prisoners have joined a widespread wave of hunger strikes, including well-known
Mobilizations around the sea
Jared Malsin | On a warm evening in June 2013, a Turkish activist named Bulent Muftuouglu was on his way to
Starving for justice
Heba Afify | Fatigued by a year of void legal processes and deprivation of basic rights, political prisoners are attempting
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Alaa Abd El Fattah
Jan 25, 5 years on: The only words I can write are about losing my words
Five years ago on what would turn out to be the last normal day of my life I sat down at my desk in a
Alaa Abd El Fattah
An open letter
At 4 pm today, I celebrated with my colleagues my last meal in prison. I have decided — when I saw
Timothy E. Kaldas
Ferguson’s lessons for Egypt
What’s unfolding in Ferguson Missouri is undoubtedly a terrible sight. A young unarmed man was shot
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Interior Ministry forbids downtown Cairo protest against US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
50 policemen sentenced to 3 years for striking
Egypt detains 25 Port Said residents, including 6 minors, for protesting stadium tragedy death sentences
Verdict in retrial of officer accused of killing Shaimaa al-Sabbagh set for June 19
Security refuses to receive notification for island protest
Supreme Constitutional Court deems Article 10 of protest law unconstitutional
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Cartoon: Learn from the best
Hicham Rahma |  Mubarak: "Alaa, listen — steal and you get honored, protest and you get harmed."