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The Public Prosecution must immediately stop charging children of “habitual practice of prostitution and debauchery”, and it must protect victims of human trafficking as stipulated in its obligations
After a remand detention that lasted for more than 5 years, and despite a verdict of his acquittal, Ahmed Sabry Ali Nassef appeared today before the Zawya Prosecution. He was investigated in connection with Zawiya Misdemeanor No.
Today, the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression and the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights submitted two requests to Nasr City prosecution, to resume it investigations in case No.
On April 23rd, the Administrative Court decided to cancel the negative decision to refrain from erasing and removing the names of: Yara Refaat Muhammad Salam, Mustafa Muhammad Ibrahim, Fikriya Muhammad, Muhammad Saeed Al-Sayed Al-Bealy fro