An Egyptian court upheld on Wednesday prison sentences that range from three to five years against 25 Damietta University students on charges that include taking part in a protest in 2014, judicial and legal sources said.
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Egyptian Member of Parliament Haitham Hariri filed a request on Wednesday to discuss the repeated cases of killing and torture of prison inmates at the hands of police officers and low-ranking policemen.
The Cassation Court upheld on Tuesday a strict 14-year prison sentence against nine defendants on charges of murdering Shiite cleric Hassan Shehata and three others, who were lynched and their bodies mutilated by an angry mob in Giza.
As part of a plan to restrict migration, the European Union (EU) is offering Egypt a deal: simplified visa procedures and increased economic aid over smoother deportations of unwanted African migrants.
Army units affiliated with the third field army continued the sweeping operation it has launched against militants stationed in the area of Mount Helal. The security forces managed on Tuesday to arrest 12 militants, the army’s spokesperson said in a Facebook statement.
The Administrative Court rejected on Tuesday a lawsuit filed by Hisham Geneina, former head of the Central Auditing Organisation (CAO), to revoke the decision of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi that sacked him from his post.