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Egypt holding 2,400 without charge since Taba bombings: HRW

Egypt is still holding as many as 2,400 people without charge four months after the devastating anti-Israeli bomb attacks in Sinai tourist resorts, Human Rights Watch (HRW) revealed. “The state security investigation agency conducted mass arrests in northern Sinai without a warrant or judicial order, as required by Egyptian law,” the New York-based group said Tuesday. “As many as 2,400 detainees are still being held incommunicado” following the October 7 bombings which killed 34 people, many of them Israeli tourists, in car bomb attacks on the Taba Hilton hotel and two holiday camps in Nuweiba. Full Story

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