The Egyptian Cassation Court upheld on Monday death sentences that had previously been handed to 10 defendants in the Port Said stadium massacre case of 2012, which lead to the death of 74 football fans.
The family of Mahmoud Saeed Shehata, who died in custody on Tuesday, has accused Alexandria police of torturing him to death. Shehata was arrested on Monday for suspected involvement in the robbery of documents from the administrative prosecution office in Alexandria.
A Abbassiya court Tuesday renewed the detention of a police captain and three lower-ranking police officers for 45 days over torturing to death Magdy Makeen inside Al-Amireya police station.
Low-ranking police officers in South Sinai governorate continued their strike on Wednesday for the third day in a row to protest decreasing their monthly vacation from 15 to 10 days.
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi inaugurated on Thursday the southern navy leadership, which is based in the Red Sea and consists of a special navy forces brigade. The step is viewed as a measure that would foster military efficiency between the Egyptian Armed Forces and navy based in the Red Sea.
A Cairo Criminal Court has sentenced two Egyptian policemen to 17 years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman.
President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi issued on Saturday a number of decrees through which he made several changes in the high-ranking leadership of the Egyptian army, according to an official statement by the army spokesperson.
Amir Eid is one of the hundreds of thousands who took to the streets of Cairo and other Egyptian cities during the revolution of January 2011.
The killing of 12 army personnel in an attack that targeted a checkpoint in Sinai was as shocking as similar attacks that took place in other parts of the peninsula for it proved that the threat is far from over and raised questions about when it possibly could be.
The involvement of Egyptian police officers in three murder cases in 2016 — in addition to a long list of accusations of bribery, verbal and physical abuse and harassment — have people comparing the current regime to that of ousted President Hosni Mubarak.