General Union of Engineering, Metal, Electrical Workers protests plan to reallocate Egyptian Iron and Steel Company mines
A plan to inject revenue into one of Egypt’s oldest state-owned companies may be headed off the rail
150 arrested on September 20 anniversary after small, scattered protests
There has been no official statement from prosecutors regarding the arrests. 
Heavy police presence, random searches around Tahrir ahead of Sept. 20 protest anniversary
The rare protests in 2019 were followed by the biggest arrest campaign since Sisi took power
Government campaign to demolish informal buildings sparks anger
The campaign has led to a number of violent confrontations between police and residents.
Third detainee dies in Tora Prison in 3-week span
Rights organizations have documented numerous cases of medical negligence in Egyptian prisons
Friend of witness in Fairmont case swept up in backlash arrests, ordered detained
The prosecutor’s statement did not specify the charges that the detainees are being investigated for
Smear campaign, arrests in blowback over Fairmont rape case
Activists worry that the ripple effect will smother the movement against sexual violence in Egypt
Jailed rights lawyers and journalists in remand detention charged in new case
Multiple pretrial detention orders might be a way of preempting the release of a defendant
Security forces detain witnesses in Fairmont rape case
Security forces detained two of the women on Friday, one from her home in the early morning.
Security forces arrest acting Muslim Brotherhood leader Mahmoud Ezzat
Ezzat had been in hiding for seven years
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