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Shawkan goes on hunger strike to protest illegal detention
Ester Meerman | Photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid — popularly known as Shawkan — is going on a hunger strike to protest
Awaiting retrial in AJE case, Baher Mohamed’s fate remains uncertain
Dalia Rabie | Convicted Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste is on his way back to Australia, and reports suggest that
Open letter to President Sisi from mother of jailed journalist Mohamed Fahmy
Wafa Abdel Hamid Bassiouni | Dear Mr. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, As a mother and an Egyptian citizen I appeal to you, Mr.
A timeline of the Al Jazeera trial
Pesha Magid | Monday marked a year in jail for the Al Jazeera staff convicted of “aiding a terrorist organization”
Sarah Carr
Blog: Ludicrous trials and ordinary madness
There has been much anger and many public expressions of shock at the prison sentences handed down to
Sharif Abdel Kouddous
The war on journalists
In Egypt, journalism can now be a form of terrorism. At least that’s what prosecutors are alleging
Journalist Mohamed Fahmy regains Egyptian citizenship
Update: Activists Yara Sallam, Sanaa Seif released from prison
Amal Clooney calls for Sisi to pardon Al Jazeera journalists
Australian FM: Peter Greste’s trial will have ramifications on Egypt-Australia relations
Mohamed Fahmy files lawsuit against Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera journalists released after first session of retrial
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