Prime Minister Hazem el Beblawi intends to have his government up and running by the end of the week. But supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
Clashes between civilians and police in Egypt have left several dead and dozens arrested in protests marking the bloody crackdown on pro-Morsi demonstrations in Cairo one year ago.
Human Rights Watch has issued a report saying that a violent crackdown on protesters by Egyptian security forces last year likely amounted to "crimes against humanity." It also called for an international inquiry.
A court in Egypt has sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohammed Badie, and 36 other members to life in prison. Death sentences have been confirmed for ten others.
Egyptian officials have denied entry to two executive directors from Human Rights Watch. The HRW leaders travelled to Cairo for the release of their report on the violent crackdown against Morsi supporters in 2013.
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