More than 1,000 people have been crackdown killed and 40,000 are believed to have been jailed since President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi led the military's overthrow of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected head of state, crackdown in 2013.
Security forces will use live ammunition again.They held up posters of Mr Mursi and shouted: "The people want the execution of the butcher!".Interim Prime Minister defends action, international condemnation rained down on Cairo's military-backed rulers for ordering the storming of pro-Mursi protest camps.Amnesty's Middle East and North Africa director, Philip Luther, said enforced disappearances had become a "key egypt instrument of state policy" under Mr Sisi and his Interior Minister, Magdy Abdul Ghaffar, who took office egypt in March 2015.We remain egypt strong, defiant and resolved Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad crackdown wrote on his Twitter feed.The egypt case against Alaa for allegedly waving a rainbow flag remains open, although no trial date has been set.November 2017 report from the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (eipr). Media captionEgypt's disappeared, one of virtual the cases in the report is urcb-b that of 14-year-old Mazen Mohamed Abdallah, who was taken from his home in the Nasser City district of Cairo by NSA agents on 30 September and accused of being a guide member of the outlawed.
Image copyright AFP Image caption Police special forces patrolled the streets of Cairo on the fifth anniversary of the 2011 uprising.
According to media, police claimed they received reports of, controller weird men visiting an apartment apparently reason enough to conduct a raid.
Young people wave a rainbow flag at a Cairo concert featuring the Lebanese band Mashrou Leila.Another of the cases featured in the report is that of Italian student Giulio Regeni.The latest arrests bring to more than 85 the number reported to have been caught up in a massive crackdown on lgbt people since several young people waved a rainbow flag at a Cairo concert in September.The US State Department has said it would review aid to Egypt "in all forms" and Mr Obama cancelled plans for upcoming military exercises with the Egyptian army.Image copyright AFP Image caption Interior Minister Magdy Abdul Ghaffar says forces operate within a framework of Egyptian law.The boy retracted the confession when questioned by a prosecutor, but was still charged and only released from custody on 31 January to await trial, Amnesty said.A man arrested in 2013 said: They stripped us and made fun of us and were trying to insert batons crackdown in our rear ends.But many Egyptians stridently support the crackdown and bitterly resent international criticism of the army, underlining how deeply divided society has become."We will always be non-violent and peaceful.Churches around cheat the country were attacked and many torched game yesterday, manifesting the fear of an Islamist backlash among the Christian minority that makes up 10 of the population egypt of 85 million.They hit our faces and they electrocuted our private parts, said a trans woman arrested in 2014."After the blows and arrests and killings that we are facing, emotions are too high to be guided by anyone he said.Muslim Brotherhood supporters say the death toll is far higher, with hundreds of bodies as yet uncounted by the authorities.The Egyptian authorities have denied any involvement in his killing, but Amnesty said its report had found "clear similarities" between his injuries and those of Egyptians who had died in custody.The report details horrific police abuse.
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It also restored to the army powers of arrest and indefinite detention the crackdown in egypt it held for decades until the fall of Hosni Mubarak in a 2011 popular uprising.
In Alexandria, Egypt's second largest city, hundreds marched, chanting: "We will come back again for the sake of our martyrs!".