TOPIC August 14 Violence
An organization without a name: How a group of beginners killed Egypt’s prosecutor general
Mohamed Hamama | A story of a nameless organization and Egypt's most ambitious assassination operation in a quarter century
The day after
Dalia Rabie | An ambiguous architectural form has been erected in the center of Rabea al-Adaweya Square, which housed
Out of sight, out of mind
Sarah Carr | MINYA – It was the same scene everywhere: blackened walls, floors littered with detritus, empty
Grieving families face logistical nightmare at morgue
Mai Shams El-Din | A day after the bloody dispersal of two Islamist sit-ins by security forces left hundreds dead, the Al-Iman
First-hand account of Rabea dispersal
Lina Attalah and Mohamad Salama Adam | We reached the Rabea al-Adaweya sit-in at 7 am on Wednesday, about an hour after the police and Armed
Paul Sedra
From citizen to problem: The new Coptic tokenism
The Foreign Ministry released a statement this past Thursday that was entirely without precedent, and
Tom Rollins
Protesting public space
Mission accomplished, as far as the authorities are concerned. Rabea al-Adaweya is gone. When the presidency
Appeals Court uhpolds death sentence, long prison terms in Sidi Gaber case
Jama’a al-Islamiya leader sentenced to 15 years for killing protesters
Gov’t report on post-June 30 violence to be publicly released
National committee rejects HRW report
Update: HRW calls for Sisi to be held accountable for role in protesters’ deaths
Human Rights Watch denied entry into Cairo
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