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  • Egypt’s Journalists Syndicate Protest in solidarity with #France and #CharlieHebdo

    14 January 2015, by Egypt’s Journalists Syndicate

    Despite being criticized for its passive stand against the hunt down against Egyptian journalists , Egypt’s Journalists syndicate protested on Sunday in solidarity with France and French Magazine Charlie Hebdo’s journalists.
    Hereyou can read more and see the pictures of the protest.
    SOURCE: https://storify.com/zeinobia/egypt-s-journalists-syndicate

     

  • Painful Blow to Freedom of Expression in Egypt

    26 October 2014, by The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI)

    Unjust 3-Year Sentence on Youth for Peacefully Protesting & Prominent Media-figure “Mahmoud Saad” Banned from Presenting “Akher Al-Nahar” Talk Show

     

  • President of Mansoura University Rejects Freedom of Expression inside the University

    15 October 2014, by The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI)

    The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), announces today it’s severe denunciation and condemn to the statements made by the president of Mansoura university “Mohamed al-Qenawy” on his rejection to the freedom of expression inside the university and demanding the police interference in the University.

     

  • Egypt: Political Students Movements in Universities Undermined

    24 September 2014, by The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI)

    The students movement in Egypt is one of the most important political movements which mobilizes the Egyptian street, but decisions and statements by the officials are undermining it.

     

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