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9 de Febrero de 2011

Human Rights Watch: 300 muertos, detenciones masivas y abusos durante la ofensiva del régimen de Mubarak contra las protestas

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Human Rights Watch informa que al menos 302 personas murieron en Egipto desde que fuerzas leales a Mubarak lanzaran una violenta ofensiva contra el levantamiento popular del mes pasado. La organización asegura que al menos 232 personas han muerto en El Cairo, 52 en Alejandría y 18 en Suez, pero advierte que la cifra real de muertos podría ser muy superior. Hablamos con la investigadora de Human Rights Watch Heba Morayef, que ha estado observando la situación en el terreno desde que comenzaron las protestas.