‘Not just Giulio Regeni’: hundreds have died in Egyptian custody, says report

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Study by Geneva-based Committee for Justice finds more than 1,000 victims since 2013

The number of people dying in Egyptian detention centres rose by a further 100 in 2020, taking the total number of deaths over 1,000 since the Egyptian dictatorship seized power in 2013, a new report says.

The report, The Giulio Regenis of Egypt, by the Geneva-based Committee for Justice, tracks deaths inside Egyptian prisons, official and unofficial detention centres since 2013, with a special focus on deaths that occurred from January to October 2020. The overall total has now reached 1,056.

Continue reading… Source: The Guardian

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