The family of imprisoned activist Alaa Abd El Fattah will not be able to sue Egypt’s public prosecutor for professional misconduct, the legal team that filed the case told Mada Masr on Monday.
An Egyptian court sentenced 10 people to death and more than 50 others to life in prison on Tuesday after they were convicted of supporting or carrying out attacks against security forces and sabotage of state infrastructure.
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued on Saturday a presidential decree no. 268/2022 on appointing Mohamed Eid Mahgoub as the president of the Court of Cassation as of July.
Court to rule on appeal against closure of Hadhoud case on June 23, allows family lawyers access to case files for 1st time
Lawyers for the family of Ayman Hadhoud were finally allowed to review the case files in the investigation into the researcher’s death on Saturday, after weeks of demanding access to them as part of their appeal against the prosecution’s decision to close the case, lawyer Fatma Serag told Mada Masr.
An Egyptian court ordered, on Saturday, to send a notification to Interpol to issue a red notice against 6 members of the banned group of the Muslim Brotherhood, El Watan newspaper reported.
17-yr-old convicted of ‘prostitution’ based on social media content used to convict ‘human trafficker’ of sexually exploiting her
TikTok content creator Moka Hegazi, 17, was convicted in February of “prostitution, and inviting debauchery” by a juvenile court that leveraged photographs and video footage shared on her TikTok account to evidence the ruling, her lawyer, Aziza al-Taweel told Mada Masr.
An Egyptian court on Tuesday sentenced dozens of people to prison in relation to the Rabaa Al-Adawiya sit-in in 2014, in which hundreds were massacred by security forces during a brutal crackdown on protesters.
An Egyptian court yesterday sentenced 52 defendants to prison and acquitted five others in a case known in the media as the “Rabaa Al-Adawiya sit-in.”
An Egyptian court sentenced 17 prisoners on Sunday to sentences ranging from five years to life imprisonment, Egyptian media reported on Sunday.
The Child Juvenile Court in Egypt upheld on Tuesday the imprisonment term for Nancy Ayman, known on social media as Moka Hegazi for one year, on the grounds that her charges were of gross indecency.