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Italy accuses 10 of killing Regeni, removes 16 officials from list of suspects
Asmahan Soliman | Italian investigators may shortly request opening of investigations into 10 suspects
One year on from the last station: A timeline of the Giulio Regeni case
Mada Masr has compiled a timeline that charts the events that followed from Regeni’s last station
Disappeared, detained and tortured for no reason: Islam Khalil recounts his story
Heba Afify | A few weeks after being released from prison, Islam Khalil looks back at his detention conditions.
Giulio Regeni: From a small village to a world cause
Lina Attalah | “We know how he was killed, but now we need to know why,” Giulio's mother Paola says.
The security apparatus: Defeat, failed reform and back to full force
Passant Rabie | “We take courses in human rights, but where is it on the ground? I haven’t seen anything applied
Police torture and public anger in Luxor
Mohamed Hamama | Friday prayers in mosques across Luxor ended uneventfully on December 4. They weren’t followed
Families demand warm clothes, better conditions for Aqrab Prison detainees
Mai Shams El-Din | Those who manage to receive news of their loved ones say they lack access to food, clean water and medication.
I am talking about all of us: A letter from prison
Two hundred days ago, security forces stormed a house in Santa (a district in Gharbiya Governorate) after
Will new Interior Ministry committees tackle police violations?
Mai Shams El-Din | President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi praised the performance of the police during his visit to the Police Academy
 
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Opinion
Isabel Esterman
On Giulio and the cost of doing business in Egypt
I did not know Giulio Regeni, but I could have. The earnest, affable face staring out of his photographs
Omar Hazeq
Invisible prisoners, Part 1
Muhannad Ihab, a child who suffered through juvenile detention, imprisonment, disease and Miry Hospital.
Khaled Mansour
The disgrace we should not embrace
Egypt is neck deep in an Orwellian swamp where names obscure rather than explain the institutions behind
 
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News
High commissioner for human rights: Egypt uses state of emergency to systematically restrict civil society
Human Rights Watch: Torture a widespread practice under Sisi
Report: More than a thousand civilians currently held in notorious military prison camp
Egypt rejects Italy’s request to attend interrogations in Regeni case
Student forcibly disappeared for 81 days questioned, accused of belonging to banned group
Sisi commends National Security Agency on anniversary of Mubarak-era state security breach
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Cartoons
Hearse
Andeel | Hearse driver: "I'll go have a coffee, call me when you're done. "
Cartoon: Say the word
Andeel | Police officer: "Listen — if at any moment you feel that your human rights are being violated, let me know." 
Cartoon: Happy new Khaled Saeed Eid
Andeel | #Islam al-Sayid is new Khaled Saeed in AlexandriaKhaled Saeed: "So what happened after I died?"Islam al-Sayid: "Gas prices went up a little."