The Nahda sit-in case dates back to 2013, when security forces dispersed the protests of pro-Muslim Brotherhood people, after the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi.
In October 2019, videos of passengers on a train talking about two young men who were compelled to jump off went viral on social media as one of them died.
The lawsuit was filed by lawyer Mohamed Hamid Salem, who had previously won a court ruling to shut down Youtube in Egypt for a month after publishing a blasphemous video against Prophet Muhammad [Peace and Blessings be upon him] eight months ago.
The court also ruled that the two defendants shall be fined LE 100,000 each.
Court of Cassation ruled Tuesday to uphold a life sentence against Mohamed Badie, the supreme guide of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood organization and others in the Adwa Case after all the submitted appeals were rejected.
The Court of Cassation upheld a ruling declaring former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adly not guilty.
Work at courts will resume gradually following Eid al-Fitr “Feast of Breaking the Fast” accompanied by precautionary measures to combat COVID-19 pandemic.
The detention of the Youtuber Haneen Hossam will be renewed by 15 days pending investigations over accusations of committing immoral actions through Tik Tok application.
Minister of Justice Omar Marwan decided to close Nasr City court for 14 days after a positive Coronavirus case was detected inside the building.
The prime minister issues such decree every three months along with the renewal of the emergency law enforcement by the president.
Port Said criminal court on Saturday put off the retrial of 71 members and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, topped by the guide Mohamed Badie, to May 16 hearing.
The Cairo Criminal Court on Saturday put off till May 27 the trial of 35 defendants implicated in the Warraq island case.
The court handed down a life imprisonment sentence to a defendant, 15 years in prison to14 others, and 7 years to a defendant. The court also acquitted a co-defendant.
The man who raped a then 20-month old girl in the case known in the media as “Pampers Child,” is announced executed.
The criminal court on Sunday postponed till January 8 the retrial of 12 defendants of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group involved in the case of the armed Rabaa sit-in.
He will be detained for further 15 days pending investigation.
The state of emergency was prescribed by Presidential Decree No. 555 of 2019 for a period of three months.
The Cairo Criminal Court on Saturday unanimously sentenced to death Adel Khalaf, who is involved in the case known as the terrorist "Warraq Cell".
The Ministry of Interior's National Security Sector detected attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood to exploit the murder of a teenager to stir up the public opinion.
The minister explained that the Supreme Constitutional Court makes an important part of the judiciary system in Egypt.