An Egyptian court yesterday confirmed a death sentence handed to a man after he was found guilty of violence in a case relating to a protest against the 2013 military coup that ousted former President Mohamed Morsi, the Anadolu Agency reported citing two sources.
The Egyptian Army and Air Force reported killing a combined number of 3 militants in central Sinai and the arrest of a fourth, according to a statement made by the military spokesperson this morning, which did not mention when this took place. The Interior Ministry also announced the killing of …
Hundreds of members of Egypt‘s Coptic Christian minority have fled the Sinai Peninsula to Ismailia city, 115km northeast of the capital Cairo, following a series of killings by a local armed group.
Minister of Social Solidarity Ghada Wali said Saturday that Coptic Christian families fleeing terrorism in the city of Al-Arish, northern Sinai would be returned to their normal lives in the city within 2 to 3 days at maximum.
The Abusir Misdemeanour Court in Ismailia on Saturday handed down prison sentences ranging from one to two years to 19 police officers that were assigned to secure Ismailia Future Prison during the jailbreak in October.
An Egyptian military court today sentenced the Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide Mohamed Badie and leading figure Mohamed El-Beltagy to ten years in prison each and issued varying prison terms to 311 other defendants on charges relating to the storming of an Ismailia court complex in 2013, legal sources revealed.
The Ismailia Misdemeanours Court granted Saturday the release of 22 police officers pending trial in the case of six inmates escaping the governorate’s Future Prison, state media reported.
The Ismailia Prosecution Authority ordered the detention of three police officers and 13 other police conscripts and personnel against the backdrop of a jail break on Friday when six prisoners were able to escape Ismailia prison, state media reported.
CAIRO, May 30 (Aswat Masriya) – An Egyptian court sentenced on Monday the supreme guide of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood and 35 alleged members of the group to life in prison over clashes that took place in the Ismailia province in 2013.
A police officer accused of torturing and beating a veterinarian to death was sentenced to eight years in prison on Tuesday, an Ismailia prosecution official told Aswat Masriya.