Sham trials in Egypt, water protests in Iran, and Pegasus spyware targets Palestinian activists

Egyptian photojournalist and CPJ International Press Freedom Awardee Mahmoud Abou Zeid, known as Shawkan, sits inside a soundproof glass dock during his trial in Cairo, 8 September 2018, MOHAMED EL-SHAHED/AFP via Getty Images

Egypt: Sham trials and repressive counter-terrorism laws

Iran: Clampdown on water protests, Narges Mohammadi arrested again

Palestine: Digital spies and offline attacks

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