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917 Egyptians sentenced to death since 2013 coup

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Despite this, the Mansoura Six were convicted of premeditated murder, arms possession and forming a terrorist cell with the view to target security forces. Prior to the trial they were forcibly disappeared and then denied medical treatment once in detention. As of June their sentence cannot be appealed.

There are some 60,000 political prisoners in the country. Human-rights activists are persecuted by the government and their organizations subject to severe limitations. In May, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi passed the NGO law, which will severely restrict the operational capacity of some 47,000 non-governmental organizations.

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