Egypt’s main liberal opposition movement said Sunday it would not nominate a presidential candidate in the election expected next year, after its frontrunner was sentenced to six months in prison.
An Egyptian court has sentenced political activist Hisham Kassem to six months in prison over charges that stemmed from an online spat with a former minister and opposition figure.
An Egyptian court accepted an appeal filed by the son of Mubarak-era Information Minister Safwat Al-Sharif, reversing a freeze on his assets.
Egypt’s Supreme State Security court has renewed the detention of two Zamalek football fans charged with “joining a terror group.”
Egyptian TikTok Influencer Salma El-Shimy Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison for ‘Inappropriate Content’
Egyptian TikTok Influencer Salma El-Shimy Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison for ‘Inappropriate Content’ The Economic Misdemeanor Court in Alexandria sentenced Egyptian TikTok influencer Salma El-Shimy, convicted of filming and broadcasting inappropriate content, to two years in prison and a fine of EGP 100,000 (USD 3230) on Tuesday, 18 April.
Content creator Mawada al-Adham is set to serve a six-year prison sentence after the Court of Cassation upheld on Saturday the ruling against her and others on “human trafficking” charges, bringing an end to three years of prosecution.
An Egyptian court on Tuesday sentenced a judge to death for murdering his wife, the judiciary said, in the third high-profile femicide case in the country in two months.
An Egyptian court handed down two Egyptian female nurses and one man six months in prison over filming and leaking a video that showed the dead body of femicide victim Naira Ashraf at the morgue before the autopsy, local news outlet El-Watan reported on Sunday evening.
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.
The Egyptian authorities have failed to conduct an independent, effective, and transparent investigation into the suspicious death in custody of the economist Ayman Hadhoud, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today. The prosecutors who investigated his death ignored mounting evidence that the authorities forcibly disappeared, tortured and otherwise ill-treated …