The Egyptian authorities have failed to protect vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers from pervasive sexual violence, including by failing to investigate rape and sexual assault, Human Rights Watch said today.
The Mansoura Criminal Court announced, on Sunday, the justifications for issuing the death sentence against Mohamed Adel, who killed his colleague Naira Ashraf at Mansoura University gate and before entering the end-of-year exam on June 20.
During the past seven years, Egypt was able to recover 29,000 smuggled antiquities, in cooperation with the competent authorities.
The Ministry of Interior announced that the suspect accused of killing a priest in Alexandria on Friday has been arrested.
The House of Representatives agreed in principle to amend the law on combating illegal immigration issued in 2016, in all its articles.
Senior officials and businesspeople from Egypt to Saudi Arabia and the Emirates were involved in financial deals that funded the illicit excavation and smuggling of over 200 archeological artifacts, according to court documents from a trial that began this year obtained by Mada Masr.
The Egyptian Interior Ministry announced on Tuesday the killing of seven top dangerous criminals in an exchange of fire with police forces in the Governorate, Monufiya Nile Delta.
An Egyptian court has issued a decision to close a hospital that trades human organs and imprisoned its owner to sentences of six and ten years.
In internal investigations last year, Facebook documented how its platforms were being used by a Saudi recruitment agency in collaboration with an Egyptian marketing company to facilitate a labor trafficking network in the Middle East that exploits women to work as maids, according to documents obtained by Mada Masr.
A gang of ten members facilitating and conducting human organ trafficking, including three doctors and an employee of a kidney institute, and six others, specializing in illegal kidney transplants were arrested, the Interior Ministry announced.