The Qatari regime is accused of arresting and expelling migrant works during the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, announced The Amnesty International in a statement on April 15.
Egypt’s State Information Service (SIS), on Monday, issued a statement highlighting Amnesty International (AI) latest comments on the political developments in Egypt
Khalil described the statement as manifesting repeated “professional lapse” by the international organization, saying that Amnesty International “misleads public opinion.”
RT Arabic has been highlighting the Muslim Brotherhood statements and disseminating unverified information.
The Human Rights Watch's reports lack professionalism and reference to international conventions.
The government's SIS denied AI's allegations stating that the Egyptian authorities have secretly abducted at least 12 children.
Noura Hussein's case has attracted widespread attention on social media, with the hashtag #JusticeForNoura trending on Twitter since Thursday.
Amnesty International has described American President Donald Trump's decision of recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel as a "reckless" decision.
The war in Philippine's Marawi city saw Islamist insurgents execute civilian, while military air strikes killed non-combatants, an Amnesty International report said.
Amnesty International has criticized a military court ruling to sentence an opposition leader in Cameroon to 25 years in prison for contempt of the president.
At least 15 people have died in clashes between security forces and protesters in Cameroon's English-speaking regions.
Saudi Arabian women awoke to news of a royal decree permitting them to drive starting next year - and some were already behind the wheel on Wednesday
Amnesty International called on Nigerian authorities to investigate unexplained disappearances, as pro-Iranian Shiite movement misses 600 members.
Amnesty International said on Thursday a U.S.-led coalition campaign to oust Daesh from Syria's Raqqa had killed hundreds of civilians.
London, Muslim Brotherhood, Rabaa, Human Rights Watch Organization, Amnesty International, France, United States, Tarek al-Beshbishi.
The U.S. military has opened an inquiry into allegations of torture and murder of suspected Boko Haram militants at a Cameroonian army base used extensively by American troops.
On June 19, Qatari security forces detained a Qatari citizen at the border between Qatar and Saudi Arabia and forcibly revoked his passport.
Amnesty International said Egypt is using excessive probation measures as its latest tactic to harass activists, in a report published Monday.