Mariah Fraser, 20yrs British girl, was sentenced to eight months in prison on Friday over attacking Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa.
Six teenagers are set to appear before the court on September 27 to answer affray charges.
We understand the depth of interest, sadness and concern in Egypt and in the UK over Mariam’s death, and remain committed to see that justice is done.”
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
Family and friends of late Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa who was brutally beaten to death in UK, have arrived at Cairo Airport to receive her body
Chairman of the Human Rights Committee of Egypt’s Parliament, Alaa Abed, said that the British authorities issued the burial permit of Mariam Moustafa.
Emad Abu Hussein, lawyer of the Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa, said that he has received a death threat in the mail over his client’s case.
Mariam Moustafa’s father denied a BBC report claiming that he received donations for the transfer of his daughter’s body.
The head of Parliament's Human Rights Committee, Alaa Abed, vowed not to give up the struggle to catch Mariam Moustafa’s offenders and hand them to justice.
Moustafa, an engineering student based in Nottingham, U.K., was fatally beaten by 10 British women of African descent.
The Human Rights Committee will prepare a report, including all the violations against Egyptian expatriates to submit it to the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
The Nottingham Police statement, calling the death of the Egyptian teenage student a non-hatred crime, is an obvious “denial of responsibility.”
British Ambassador to Egypt John Casson said that the horrible assault on Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa is a crime against British values.
The Egyptian-British Parliamentary Friendship association, headed by Dalia Youssef, issued a statement on Sunday revealing that they are following up with the House of Commons of the United Kingdom on the murder case of 18-year-old student Mariam Moustafa
A state of anger waved across the Egyptian Parliament following the murder of 18-year-old student Mariam Moustafa.
A wrap-up of 18-year-old Mariam Moustafa's tragedy.
Egypt’s Public Prosecutor has ordered an official copy of the investigations on the death of 18-year-old Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa in the city of Nottingham.
The Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR) demanded joint investigations between England and Egypt into Mariam’s death.
Amid the lack of information regarding the murder of 18-year-old Egyptian student Mariam Moustafa, British newspapers reached to Egyptian websites.
The head of the Parliament's Human Rights Committee said that the Parliament will send a delegation to Britain to follow investigations of Mariam Moustafa’s case.