EU to work with Egypt on migration

The attack from Parliament’s Greens/EFA group comes after EU leaders at the informal summit in Austria agreed to enter talks with Egypt in a bid to reduce the number of migrants entering the European Union from Africa. The move has … read more

Egypt sentences hundreds over 2013 pro-Morsi protests

Egypt has delivered verdicts for more than 700 people over a pro-Muslim Brotherhood sit-in after President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in 2013. The court confirmed 75 people’s death sentences and life imprisonment for 47 others, including Islamic leaders. Rights group … read more

Police kill 6 suspected militants in Cairo suburb

Egypt’s Interior Ministry says police killed six suspected Islamic militants in a shootout in a Cairo suburb. Monday’s statement says the fighting erupted when police raided a suspected militant hideout in the suburban Sixth of October district. The statement says … read more

HRW: No Justice for Rab’a Victims 5 Years on

Access to the Human Rights Watch website is blocked in Egypt.  For this reason we are reproducing their statement on this subject here…. “Egyptian authorities have failed to investigate or prosecute a single member of the security forces five years after … read more