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16 February 2012 |

One year after Mubarak: interview on press freedom with "Egypt Independent" managing editor Lina Attalah

"The more problematic form of censorship is self-censorship," said the managing editor during an interview with IPI.
17 January 2012 |

Newly elected Parliament urged to dismantle tools of repression

Reforming laws that curb freedom, shield official abuse should top Parliament's agenda, says Human Rights Watch.
22 December 2011 |

Human Rights Watch documents pattern of sexual assaults on protesters

News reports have shown images of protesters in Cairo being stripped, beaten and dragged through the streets.
17 November 2011 |

Concern over lack of transparency in military investigation of Maspero killings

The military prosecutor's failure to identify the soldiers driving the military vehicles that crushed 13 Coptic protesters on 9 October has eroded public confidence that there will be a transparent investigation of those responsible for the deaths, says Human Rights Watch.
24 November 2010 |

Human Rights Watch report points to systematic crackdown before elections

Human Rights Watch is documenting systematic violations of the right to freedom of expression, assembly, and association - rights that are fundamental to free and fair elections.
18 November 2010 |

CIHRS reveals first phase of election monitoring results

Throughout the months preceding the parliamentary election, the government resorted to a broad campaign to restrict public liberties, especially freedom of expression, CIHRS said.
3 September 2009 |

ARTICLE 19 provides submission to UN Universal Periodic Review

ARTICLE 19 provided a submission outlining key freedom of expression issues regarding Egypt to the UN UPR.
28 May 2009 |

ANHRI releases annual freedom of expression report

Despite the fact that the Network recorded a decline in the number of cases brought against journalists and bloggers in 2008 compared with 2007, the violations that took place in 2008 were more violent.
22 January 2009 |

World Report 2009: Egypt

Putting free expression issues in perspective.

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