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The report published by EIPR reasserted the recommendations published after the deadly dispersals, which are an independent investigation of all violent events since the outbreak of the 25 January Revolution, and establishing committees of legal and rights activists and security experts to "suggest technical changes in methods of the police".
However, Human Rights Watch's report issued in 2014 put the number at 800-1,000 deaths, referring to the dispersal as a pre-meditated "massacre" by the ruling military administration of the time.
Amin said that due to the clashes, ambulances were unable to get to the site of the dispersal and therefore several injured protesters didn't receive treatment.
The first day, which marks the actual sit-in dispersal, saw "70 cases of protest, including 33 marches, 27 road blocks and 10 human chains".
WikiThawra, a website dedicated to documenting the Egyptian revolution, put the death toll of the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in dispersal at 969 and that of Al-Nahda dispersal at 96.
Riad said that the number killed during the dispersal last July reached 736, which may increase or decrease due to names appearing twice in statements.
Adly Mansour, former interim president of Egypt, issued a decree on 21 December last year following the sit-in dispersals, a series of church attacks, and the Republican Guard clashes.
In a report based on a one-year investigation, the international watchdog said the dispersal "probably" amounted to crimes against humanity, in a report based on a one-year investigation.
Such harassment would also be present during dispersal movements which may account for the long distances traveled by these females when dispersing (Gladfelter 1978, Kernohan et al.
These dispersals have important implications for population genetics (Korfanta et al.
The report showed most Egyptians were not supportive of actions taking by other countries against Egypt, following the dispersals with 78% saying countries that objected to the dispersal carried out by security forces had no business doing so and only 8 % saying international responses were warranted.
Volunteer guards at the Rab sit-in had been on alert days ahead of the dispersals, expecting the police to take action.