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In Matareya, death unites
Heba Afify | A couple of days after clashes in Matareya around the fourth anniversary of the January 25 revolution,
Why everyone walked free in the Mubarak trial
Judge Mahmoud al-Rashidy knew that the acquittal of former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly and six of
Living in the aftermath
Dalia Rabie | At the height of the dispersal of the Rabea al-Adaweya sit-in, a group of 20 friends stood in the field
A battle for memory
Heba Afify | In a narrow street in the downtown neighborhood of Abdeen, a crowd of 200 gathered on Monday under a
Analysis: What’s in a case
Omar Halawa | The Cairo Criminal Court, where ousted President Mohamed Morsi will be tried in the early hours of Monday,
In Photos: Battle for Ramses
Virginie Nguyen | Virginie Nguyen shares her testimonial and visual documentation of the Ramses violence on August 16,
 
Opinion
Yasmin El-Rifae
Unauthorized memory
Yesterday they shot and killed a woman on Talaat Harb Street. She was walking, along with other members
Jasmine Bose
A deathly waltz
In memory of the martyrs of Mohamed Mahmoud, November 19-24, 2011. I never did have a good throwing arm.
Philip Rizk
On August 14, a belated obituary for Bassem Mohsen
I met Bassem Mohsen for a few moments in July 2013. He was upbeat and hopeful that the army had taken
 
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News
Court reduces sentence of police officer who killed Shaimaa al-Sabbagh from 15 to 10 years in prison
Court acquits Mubarak of ordering 2011 protester killings
Verdict in retrial of officer accused of killing Shaimaa al-Sabbagh set for June 19
Court finally acquits last policeman accused of killing January 25 protesters
Court annuls sentence handed down to officer convicted of killing Shaimaa al-Sabbagh
Amnesty exhorts prosecution to halt retrial of eyewitnesses to Shaimaa al-Sabbagh murder
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