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In Aswan, death sentences loom as families try to put tribal violence behind them
Mai Shams El-Din | Twenty-five people in Aswan accused of committing acts of murder and violence in a brutal tribal battle
Has justice jumped the gun?
Mohamed Hamama | The State Council Administrative Court was due to consider an appeal to halt the execution of six defendants
Can Morsi be executed?
Omar Said | The hanging of six defendants in the Arab Sharkas case, a day after a Cairo court sentenced former president
Q&A on Morsi’s Ettehadiya clashes trial
Omar Said | The Cairo Criminal Court sentenced former President Mohamed Morsi and 14 co-defendants to 20 years in
As 22 sentenced to death in Kerdasa case, activists call for abolishing death sentence
Omar Said | Giza Criminal Court has handed death sentences to 22 people accused of storming Kerdasa police station
What if Badie is executed?
Omar Said | Judge Mohamed Nagy Shehata was in the spotlight again on Saturday when he upheld death sentences for
Breaking down the death penalty
Pesha Magid | In the span of just one year, more than 1,000 people were sentenced to death in Egypt. From the Minya
Update: Mohamed Soltan’s lawyer to appeal life sentence; unknown if hunger strike will continue
The Giza Criminal Court upheld the death sentences levied in March against Muslim Brotherhood Supreme
Heba El-Sherif
Media spotlight: Off with their heads!
Can we debate capital punishment morally and politically?
Yara Sallam
Blog: How we got used to the screams of those on death row
Former prisoner Yara Sallam writes on the right to life on World Day against the Death Penalty
8 men convicted by military court in deadly church bombings case executed on Monday
Report: Nearly 500 people sentenced to death in Egypt in 2018
Court sentences 1 person to death, 4 to life imprisonment over 2014 attack on police officers
Execution of 9 men in case mired by torture allegations sparks international concern
9 executed over 2015 assassination of prosecutor general
6 death sentences carried out in February spark criticism of due process violations from rights groups
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