Mubarak’s Last Gasps

According to the CIA's declassified documents and records, senior CIA operative, Kermit Roosevelt, paid $100,000 to mobsters in Tehran, in early August 1953, to hire the most feared thugs to

The Egyptian Government Should Reveal The Fate Of Wael Ghoneim

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information expressed deep concern over the disappearance of the Egyptian citizen Wael Ghoneim, regional marketing manager of Google American group in the Middle East

ANHR denounces attacks on reporters during coverage of People’s Revolution demanding ousting of Information Minister

A recent statement by the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information stated that the claims of reform proposed by the new Prime Minister are false and a sham because they

Egypt protesters honour ‘martyrs’ in Tahrir Square

Egyptians from all walks of life filled central Cairo’s Tahrir Square, young and old, rich and poor, a vast swathe of society, have decided to honor the martyrs of the

The Mubarak Family’s Wealth

As masses of protestors take to the streets of Cairo to oust President Hosni Mubarak, his personal wealth is likely remain intact when he leaves office.

MB Will Join Talks with the Best Interests of Egypt in Mind

The Muslim Brotherhood has stated that out of genuine dedication to the best interests of Egypt and the interests of the people they have agreed to take part in dialogue

Rights Group Calls for Protection of Journalists and Anti-Government Protesters

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) has expressed its deep concern regarding the lives of protesters in Tahrir Square.