Leading challengers have been harassed out of the March 2018 presidential race in Egypt and Abdel Fattah al-Sisi looks guaranteed to be re-elected. Critics accuse him of an unprecedented assault on human rights. They say mass arrests, torture and ‘disappearances’ are hallmarks of his regime. With press freedom under attack much of the brutality goes unseen. The BBC’s Cairo correspondent Orla Guerin meets victims and their families.
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