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An ‘unpopular mandate’? Battles in Tarhouna, Wattiyah to prove decisive for Haftar’s pact with international, Libyan backers
Tarhouna and Wattiyah could prove decisive for the Tripoli campaign and Haftar's political profile
UN mission in Libya to investigate claims LNA used chemical weapons in Tripoli
The head of the UN Support Mission in Libya described the allegations as “very, very concerning”
Mohamed Ali fallout continues: Sisi mulls canceling New York trip amid high-level meetings to combat ‘destabilization campaign’
General Intelligence Service Chief Abbas Kamel believes that the move would send a negative message.
Human rights community in Egypt calls on UN to ‘explicitly cancel’ anti-torture conference after to decision to postpone
Mostafa Mohie | The joint statement said the conference in Cairo should be canceled outright, rather than postponed.
An interview with UN special rapporteur Leilani Farha on Egypt’s approach to housing
Mostafa Mohie | Mada Masr sits down with UN special rapporteur on the right to adequate housing, Leilani Farha
Khaled Mansour
The Saudis and Emiratis should pay blood money in Yemen
Underfunded aid agencies have already resorted to desperate measures.
Khaled Mansour
Lebanon, where humanitarian vultures descended
There's a rush for funds when a crisis hits.
Khaled Mansour
When aid workers serve the powerful
Seventeen years ago this week, I survived a terrorist attack that killed 22 people and injured many.
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Pompeo expresses ‘outrage’ over prisoner death, rights groups call for Red Cross oversight
Rights organizations call on UN to act on allegations of reprisals against people who met UN special rapporteur in Egypt
UN rights envoys condemn Egypt after ‘pattern of reprisals’
High commissioner for human rights: Egypt uses state of emergency to systematically restrict civil society
UN committee calls torture in Egypt a systemic practice
UN Human Rights Council statement slams Egypt website blocks
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