Egypt’s State Council Commissioner Authority (SCCA) recommended the revoking of a prior administrative order to close Al-Nadeem Center for Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence, in a report on Saturday.
Prosecutor General Nabil Sadek on Sunday dropped investigations against Mona Mina, the Doctors Syndicate’s undersecretary, due to lack of significance, according to state-run media outlet EGY News.
Partners for Transparency (PFT) recorded 66 corruption cases in January 2017 that were all monitored by different concerned bodies.
Egypt on Thursday closed the offices of a prominent human rights group that helps victims of violence and torture, the organisation and a police official said.
The forensic report on the death of Senior Judge Wael Shalaby confirmed that he had committed suicide inside his cell, Egypt’s public prosecution said on Thursday.
A 10-year-old girl died on Tuesday of wounds suffered in a Cairo church bombing claimed by the Islamic State group this month, bringing the death toll to 26, plus one suicide bomber.
Egypt said it had arrested four people suspected of involvement in a devastating bombing on a Cairo Coptic church, as grief-stricken mourners gathered for the funeral of the 24 dead.
Egypt’s prosecution said on Wednesday it questioned policemen who had investigated Italian student Giulio Regeni days before his abduction, as part of a probe into his kidnapping and grisly murder.
The autopsy report for Magdy Makeen proves that his death was the result of torture, said lawyer Mohamed Osman on Wednesday.
Egyptian authorities have arrested 45 suspects accused of being involved in an illegal organ trafficking ring, announced Egypt’s Ministry of Health and the Administrative Control Authority (ACA), Egypt’s anti-corruption body.