No justice a year after Rabaa massacre

A year after Egyptian police killed at least 817 people, none of those responsible have been brought to account.

    A year after Egyptian security forces killed at least 816 people in Cairo's Rabaa square, relatives of those who were killed are still waiting for justice.

    Nobody has been arrested or faced prosecution over the killing of protesters, in what rights group, Human Rights Watch, said likely amounted to a "crime against humanity."

    Al Jazeera's Mónica Villamizar reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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