The Administrative Judiciary Court rejected the filed request to re-elect member of parliament (MP) Amr Al-Shobaky in Dokki circuit in Giza on Tuesday, according to state-owned media.
Three army officers and one conscript were killed on Wednesday in Egypt’s Bahariya Oasis in the Western Desert, after an explosive belt that belonged to members of the Islamic State had detonated.
The Dokki prosecution affiliated to the Giza governorate decided on Sunday to summon former presidential candidate and prominent lawyer Khalid Ali to undergo investigations over charges of establishing a political party without getting the authorities’ approval.
A Giza misdemeanour court sentenced on Wednesday Minister of Housing and Urban Development Mostafa Madbouly to a one-year imprisonment, a fine of EGP 30,000, and sacking from his position, reported local media.
There have been multiple reports over the past few days regarding the escape of Habib al-Adly, former interior minister during Hosni Mubarak’s rule, from Egypt and whether he will serve his seven-year jail sentence after being found guilty over corruption charges.
Egypt’s former Interior Minister, Habib Al-Adli, is believed to have escaped police custody evading a seven year jail term for corruption.
The armed Islamist Hassm (Determination) movement has claimed responsibility for a Sunday explosion that occurred in the town of Bahtim located in Nile Delta governorate of Qalyubiya. Whilte it is known that blast targeted a security patrol, the extent of the explosion, its material damage and whether there were any casualties …
The Ministry of Interior released on Friday a statement that explained details of a police raid that targeted suspects allegedly affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood, who were reportedly involved in the execution and planning of military operations against state institutions in Cairo.
The latest fatality in police custody was reported earlier this week when a young man was reportedly tortured to death after being detained for over two weeks at the Haram Police Station in the Giza governorate.
Police forces on Friday killed four militants during a security operation that aimed at arresting them. According to a statement issued on the Ministry of Interior’s Facebook page, they were attacked during a meeting in Giza governorate where they planned to carry out terrorist attacks.