Samira Ibrahim is speaking out against mistreatment she said she was subjected to by the Egyptian Army. The Tahrir Square protester said she was detained back in March, beaten and abused, including being subject to a "virginity test."
An Egyptian woman is suing the Egyptian military for conducting so-called "Virginity Tests." The military allegedly arrested female protesters and sorted them into two groups one for virgins, one made up of non-virgins. The World's Matthew Bell reports.
Some 12,000 Egyptians have been tried by military courts since the overthrow of President Mubarak. Democracy activists accuse the ruling military council of trying to silence its critics. Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo.