Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population announced on Thursday morning that 12 passengers were injured after a train derailed in the country’s Sharqiya Governorate, confirming no deaths.
An Egyptian criminal court on Wednesday sentenced six people allegedly belonging to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group to death for the 2016 killing of two policemen, a judicial source said.
Seven members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood group were handed down initial death sentences on Sunday over charges of killing a policeman in Zaqaziq city of Sharqia governorate.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 13 policemen to between three and five years in prison for taking part in a 2015 strike demanding higher pay and better working conditions.
Egypt‘s interior ministry says police have shot dead nine people suspected of belonging to a cell behind deadly attacks in the Sinai peninsula.
July 16 marked the fourth month since Nahed Lashin, the first female mayor in Egypt’s Sharqiyah governorate, disappeared under mysterious circumstances, raising many questions about whether her disappearance or abduction was related to her being a female mayor and whether such a hypothesis would prevent women from running for positions …
Security services in Egypt are exerting intensive efforts in the search for Nahed Lashin, thecountry’s first woman to assume the post of mayor, who disappeared after leaving her home 63 days ago.
Egyptian authorities have issued an arrest warrant for the sister of ousted President Mohamed Morsi, his family revealed yesterday.
The village of El–Edwa in the Sharqeya governorate was raided by police forces on Tuesday, leading to the storming of several houses and the arrest of former Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated parliament member Ahmed Ezz, among others.
A pro-government MP claims she was assaulted by officers in a police station in Egypt in a story that has taken Egyptian social media by storm and exposed the fault lines in the country’s byzantine power struggles.