Police officers of an anti-terrorism unit and of French intelligence agency (DGSI) patrol in a street on Wattignies, northern France, after a man was arrested during a French-Belgian anti-terrorist operation on July 5, 2017. PHOTO: AFP Police officers of an anti-terrorism unit and of French intelligence agency (DGSI) patrol in a street on Wattignies, northern France, after a man was arrested during a French-Belgian anti-terrorist operation on July 5, 2017. PHOTO: AFP

2 Egyptian girls arrested over incitement to break curfew

By: MENA
Mon, Mar. 30, 2020
CAIRO, March 29 (MENA) – Egypt's Public Prosecutor Hamada al Sawi has ordered to arrest and interrogate two girls over their incitement to break the curfew recently imposed to combat the novel coronavirus.

The two girls are accused of using social media accounts to incite citizens to ignore the curfew, disturbing the public order and posing threats to the lives of people.

They were arrested by security bodies and then released for a bail of EGP 20,000 each, while all legal proceedings have been taken to bring them to trial before a criminal court.

The public prosecution has urged all citizens to abide by the laws and avoid spreading rumors to protect the safety and health of people.
 
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