An Egyptian court today added the names of 215 regime opponents to its official list of “terrorists”.
An Egyptian criminal court has acquitted an Irish-Egyptian man kept in pre-trial detention for four years who says he was regularly tortured during his incarceration.
An Egyptian court has sentenced seven people to death over links to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group in Libya.
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced ousted president Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood to 25 years in prison in a final ruling over a case accusing him of spying for Qatar, judicial sources said.
An Egyptian court sentenced a senior official in the judiciary to life in prison on bribery and corruption charges in a case that dates back to 2016, the Anadolu Agency reported citing a judicial source.
The INTERPOL website on Sunday removed the names of Youssef al-Qaradawi, Wajdi Ghoneim and 40 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders from the organisations Red Notice, a list to request the location of individuals pending extradition and provisionally arrest them.
A 2016 judicial ruling striking down a decision that barred lawyers from entering the State Security Prosecution’s Cairo offices was upheld on Saturday by Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court (SAC).
Muslim Brotherhood members spoke out against their unfair trials during the resumption of their trial in the case of the storming of the police station in Port Said today.
Egypt’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) decision No. 1308 published on Aug. 14 to ban media coverage of all trials via audiovisual devices has stirred much controversy in human rights, media and judicial circles.
A representative of the Egyptian State Affairs Ahmed Mukhtar requested yesterday that the ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi pay one billion Egyptian pounds (around $56 million) as temporary compensation for damages made to an Egyptian prison, AlMesryoon.com reported.