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Latest in Tag: violence
The court fined all the accused with a total amount of EGP 340,000
The initiative proposes ending both militant and security-led attacks
The campaign originally aimed to share female stories of success and breaking social taboos, yet their teaser ads caused a wave of criticism
The court also sentenced two other members to five years in prison and acquitted one defendant
The Interior Ministry claims the suspects are affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood
The protest was dispersed by force, while residents of the village insist they were trying to draw attention to the kidnapping
The world is celebrating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women through the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign. Just a week ago, 15-year-old Reem Magdy, Egypt’s wrestling world champion, left this world after her father beat her, pushing her to jump out of a fast-moving car and die on …
In the last four days, three prisoners have died in detention amid silence from the ministry and media
Democracy and violence have disparate missions and routes that are not comparable. Yet, this reality should not keep us from admitting that while western countries, led by the United States, have failed to promote the spread of democracy to the Arab World, a small number of Arab terrorists have successfully managed to extend their violent …
Social media websites incite violence, says lawyer
Driver allegedly refused to go out on a “work errand” with the officer; drivers stage strike following shooting
Police propaganda newsletters recently announced the arrest of individuals accused of collecting foreign currency and trading in the informal market, following a steep increase in the US dollar exchange rate
NGO calls for legal solutions to security, bureaucratic obstacles to licenses
The NGO staged a protest Saturday demanding that victims of sectarian attacks be granted their rights
Voters in Zambia are casting their ballot in a tightly contested presidential race. The Electoral Commission of Zambia, religious leaders and security chiefs have urged for calm during and after the vote.
Question of church constructions stir several sectarian incidents
Official statements imply blame on Coptic man who “attempted to build church” in private residence
Ongoing tensions highlight deep-rooted conservatism; informal, temporary solutions over rule of law
Condemning recent attack on Copts in Minya, EIPR claims 77 incidents of tension since 2011
Police claims Hamed suffered a heart attack as he entered the police station; family accuses police of beating him to death
Scores of people have been killed and injured in Indian-administered Kashmir in recent days as protests rocked the state following the death of a young militant commander. Zahid Rafiq reports from Srinagar.
The prosecution also ordered the arrest of another 3 suspects.
Absence of law to combat such cases led to their reoccurrence, says ECRS
Parents’ disciplinary practices are due to the violence they have been subjected to themselves, says representative
Violence erupted in the village of Koum Al-Loufy after residents circulated “rumours” of a church being built; four houses owned by Copts were set on fire
A simmering row at public broadcaster SABC could soon boil over into renewed protests. Just weeks before crucial polls, journalists, civil society, and trade unions accuse SABC of political meddling and censorship.
Family of Hussien Farghaly accuse police officers of torturing him to death, while police narrative claims he arrived “as a dead body” to the hospital
Security crackdown continues following dozens of arbitrary arrests and house raids