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Subject The worrying detention of Gasser Abed El Razek | New podcast: Harry Potter actor talks about what makes her angry
Date November 20, 2020 12:37 PM
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Plus the bloody consequences of Turkey's clashes with the Kurds

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Friday, 20 November 2020

** Why the arrest of Egypt's Gasser Abed El Razek is so troubling
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Photo: EIPR

The arrest of the executive director of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights and two staff just for discussing the human rights situation in Egypt with European diplomats is shameful. Read our CEO Ruth Smeeth's weekly blog post ([link removed]) about the deteriorating situation in the country
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** Listen to our What the Fuck!? podcast with Harry Potter actor Natalia Tena
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In the new episode of our podcast, actor Natalia Tena talks about how she became angry about the practice of female genital cutting, which affects more than 200 million girls and women around the world, after reading Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s book Infidel: My Life.

Tena speaks about why she has been walking the Camino de Santiago to fundraise for the Orchid Project and tells us her favourite swear words - in English and Spanish. Listen to the podcast here ([link removed]) .

** The bloody consequences of Turkey's clashes with the Kurds
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Photo: Cemil Uğur

In September, two men were abducted in eastern Turkey, beaten and thrown from a helicopter. One died, the other was hospitalised. Journalists reporting on this shocking story have been targeted too and are now languishing in jail even though they have not been charged. Read this harrowing account ([link removed]) by Turkish journalist Baris Altintas
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People are disappearing around the world. In this look at Index on Censorship's Autumn magazine special edition, we tell their stories and listen to their voices.
Index on Censorship defends people's freedom to express themselves without fear of harm or persecution. We publish censored writers and artists, monitor and campaign against censorship, and encourage debate.

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