Hosni Mubarak has been president of Egypt for 24 years, and repressive 'emergency laws' have been in force throughout. Finally, Egyptians have had enough. This is Ahdaf Soueif's diary of a long, hot summer of protest that shows no sign of ending.
Human rights activists and independent journalists in Serbia are increasingly threatened and even physically attacked in an attempt to silence debate about past atrocities, Amnesty International say in a new report.
Les défenseurs des droits humains et les journalistes indépendants sont de plus en plus menacés, voire physiquement agressés, en Serbie, dans une tentative de musellement de tout débat sur les atrocités passées, a déclaré Amnesty International.
The Egyptian Center for Women's Rights (ECWR) received the final results from phase one of the parliamentary election of 2005, in which only two women nominated in the first phase won from 28 election districts.
Au moins quatre sites "féminins" (www.womeniniran.org, http://irwomen.com, www.iftribune.com, www.womeniw.com), qui traitent, entres autres, de la condition de la femme iranienne, ont été rendus inaccessibles début septembre.
President Ravalomanana has recently come under fire for his outspoken religious views which critics say marginalise smaller religions. In a recent church service, he shocked colleagues and critics alike when he said that he "dreams of a Christian nation".