Ibrahim Metwaly Hegazy could face up to five years in prison
Cambridge grad student Giulio Regeni was murdered last year. Now the lawyer investigating his case is missing.
A year onwards: could we do more?
The Cambridge postgrad was abducted and tortured in Egypt early this year.
Cambridge University faces the wrath of Italian government over claims that the University did not cooperate with the search for justice for Giulio Regeni.
The UK “has not been supporting the Italian authorities as forcefully as [Regeni’s] murder deserved”.
“We are appalled by Giulio Regeni’s murder.”
JACK LEWY and CAITLIN MCCARTNEY report on the death of Cambridge PhD student Giulio Regeni in Egypt this year.
“On his face I saw the ills of the world”: Regeni family threatens to release pictures of his corpse if the Egyptian government fails to carry out a satisfactory investigation.
The harsh realities of Middle Eastern dictatorships have inserted themselves into the Cambridge community in brutal fashion
37 arrests have been made by the Egyptian police force in connection with the killing of Giulio Regeni
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Egyptian authorities discovered the body of Giulio Regeni late on Wednesday evening
Giulio Regeni, a 28-year-old PhD student in politics from Girton, has vanished whilst conducting fieldwork in Cairo.
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