Egyptian army doctor cleared over 'virginity tests' on women activists• The Guardian
An army doctor has been acquitted of carrying out forced "virginity tests" on female protesters in Egypt last year, dealing a blow to activists and the women at the centre of the case.
Ahmed Adel was found not guilty of public indecency by a military court in Cairo. He was accused of performing the tests on seven women at a military prison who had been arrested in Tahrir Square on 9 March 2011.
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