Egypt: Prosecutors and judges 'turning blind eye' to torture of children as young as 12

Egyptian prosecutors and judges are turning a blind eye to children as young as 12 being arrested, forcibly disappeared and tortured, human rights campaigners have said.

Published 25 March 2020

England: Egyptian law to apply in case brought by widow of QC

The widow of a barrister who died on safari with his daughter will have her case heard in an English court despite the law of Egypt being applicable.

Published 7 October 2019

Egypt: More than 2,000 death sentences handed out in past five years

Preliminary death sentences have been handed to more than 2,400 people in Egypt, including 11 children, during President Abdelfattah el-Sisi’s first five years as president, a Reprieve report has revealed.

Published 27 May 2019