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LEGAL TEAM CALLS ON PRIME MINISTER DAVID CAMERON TO RAISE IBRAHIM HALAWA’S CASE WITH PRESIDENT SISI DURING HIS VISIT TO THE UK

Ibrahim Halawa’s legal team – barristers Caoilfhionn Gallagher, Katie O’Byrne and Mark Wassouf of Doughty Street Chambers, London and solicitor Darragh Mackin of KRW Law, Belfast – have called on Prime Minister David Cameron to raise the case of Ibrahim Halawa, a 19 year old Irish citizen who has been detained without trial in Egypt […]

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Gareth Graham

Press Release 3rd September 2015 in relation to Evidence provided to the Committee for Finance and Personnel Review of the Sale of the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) property loan portfolio in Northern Ireland   Last week, the Committee for Finance and Personnel made a call for anyone with information to help their Inquiry into the […]

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Lawyer refused access to Court by Egyptian Authorities

The Egyptian authorities today refused Darragh Mackin, lawyer for Ibrahim Halawa, access to the hearing scheduled to take place in a purposely designed Court inside Cairos Wady al natroon prison.   Lawyers Darragh Mackin and Gavin Booth, from the Human Rights firm KRW LAW LLP, based in Belfast, travelled to Egypt for the purposes of […]