Over 1,900 arrested as Egypt braces for more protests

Over 1,900 arrested as Egypt braces for more protests

At least 1,900 people have been detained since protests against President al-Sisi began in Cairo and other Egyptian cities last Friday. The head of the Arab Network for Human Rights Information said the arrests had been made between Friday last week and Wednesday and described them as part of the ’most violent campaign in Egypt’s (modern) history’.

Clara
Clara
porcus
porcus 6 months

I am sure they are safely incarcerated in modern safe, clean facilities that are adequately staffed and monitored, where all of their human rights are carefully observed, by peace-practicing guards.

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