Egypt’s Court of Cassation on Tuesday rejected the appeal of four police officers against a court ruling sentencing them to three years in prison for torturing a detainee to death in Sayeda Zeinab police station.
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Security forces dispersed a sit-in held by workers demanding full-time contracts, as per a previous court ruling, at the privately owned Tourah Cement Company in southern Cairo on Monday. They detained 22 workers during the dispersal, arresting 10 more that evening and issuing warrants for an additional three.
The Egyptian Air Force’s destruction of 15 vehicles loaded with arms and explosives that crossed into Egypt from Libya in a recent 48-hour period underscores the challenges Cairo is facing in securing its western border, security experts said.
Sudan seized and destroyed a large number of Egyptian military vehicles being used by rebel fighters in the eastern province, Darfur, the Sudanese president alleged on Tuesday.
Security authorities in the Red Sea governorate, on Monday, arrested 280 illegal gold miners in areas of Al-Qoseir and Marsa Alam.
Egyptian Army Chief-of-Staff, Mahmoud Hegazy, met in Cairo with the UK Chief of Defence Intelligence, Air Marshal Philip Colin Osborn, who is currently on an official visit to Egypt.