A Member of Egypt’s Parliament Amal Salama finalized amendments to the Penal Code that toughens punishment on husbands who assault their wives by imprisonment for a period of no less than 3 years and up to 5 years.
A 13-year old boy, known in the media as the “Traffic child” after he assaulted a policeman while driving a car, has tested positive to drug (Hashish) abuse.
The assault was captured on video that went viral on social media and raised criticism against the three persons’ attitude.
The video “does not include all the details of the incident during which physical clashes took place between the parties to the incident,” the ministry said in a statement on Sunday, adding that the incident ended with an "apology to the Egyptian citizen."
A video circulated on social media showed another aggressive assault on an Egyptian citizen in Kuwait, in Fahaheel area, Al Ahmadi governorate, stirring bitterness among Egyptian people.
The video has angered social media users as well as the head of the Sabah Al-Ahmad cooperative supermarket who announced resigning as an objection to abuses against expats’ rights.
Heikal condemned the attack on journalists, saying it was "the sword" that broke the camel's back.
Social Solidarity Minister Ghada Wali assigned the rapid intervention team of the ministry to investigate videos and photos that were circulated on a Facebook page.
Chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Parliament said he will depart for Britain after Eid Al-Fitr to follow the investigation on the death of Mariam Moustafa
Egypt’s Attorney General Nabil Sadek launched an investigation into the murder of an Egyptian citizen assaulted in the UK.
Genena had just left his home in the Fifth Settlement outside Cairo where he hit with a car while he was crossing the street
The Ministry of Interior released a statement on Saturday regarding the alleged attack on former head of the Central Auditing Organization.
The Egyptian expatriate is in a stable condition and left the hospital after receiving the necessary medical care in Jordan
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe failed to appear Saturday at a summit in South Africa attended by her husband.
A group of armed militants opened fire at a police checkpoint in Saint Catherine’s road, South Saini Wednesday midnight.