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This post is a brief follow-up to a story I shared previously. El-Sisi, on the eve of the Al-Adha holiday and a visit to the UN, announced 100 pardons, mainly of people jailed under a law controlling protests. This includes a couple of Al-Jazeera journalists (one with Canadian citizenship) and some young human-rights activists (Sanaa Seif and […]
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