The fugitives are charged with publishing false news about the economic situation in the country, with the intent of disturbing public order.
In a leaked video call between Egyptian wealthy fugitive Mohamed Ali and other anonymous person; he asked for 100 thousand euros in exchange for shooting an offensive video against Egypt and President Abdel Fatah al Sisi, aiming to sell it to Qatar.
Spain’s cronica global website revealed that The Egyptian wealthy fugitive Mohamed Ali, who has escaped to Spain tried to bribe several Spanish officials to win illegal privileges
The Egyptian wealthy fugitive Mohamed Ali, who has escaped to Spain, is facing several charges including promoting fake real estate investment projects in Barcelona, illegal smuggling of large amounts of money in foreign currencies to Spain, money laundering, and tax evasion, according to local Spanish reports.
As for money laundering, Ali transferred 150,000 euros initially, and then 200,000 euros and later 250,000 to Spain through other people in Egypt.
The fabricated video also went viral on pro-Muslim Brotherhood trolls’ accounts on social media platforms and their channels.
The Egyptian wealthy fugitive Mohamed Ali, who has escaped to Spain, paid 200,000 euros to present to the press a fake project in Barcelona, dubbed the Three Chimneys Pyramid project, journalist Ignasi Jorro wrote.
Limited protests erupted in some governorates across Egypt, after the end of Al-Ahly and Zamalek football match in September 2019.
Head of the Projects Sector at the Ministry of Antiquities Waed Abul Ela stated that the development process of the Royal Vehicle Museum is underway.
The events of the film “Mahadesh Shaf Mohamed Hussein?” revolve around a driver (Mohamed Saad) working in a major hotel.
Another call for changing street names in Egypt was raised, demanding to omit all the names of former Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Hollywood's most famous visual effects designer, Mohamed Ali, was honored at the World Youth Forum’s closing ceremony on Thursday.
El Gawhara Palace remains a forgotten gem located in the famous Salah El Din Citadel.
Khaled Abdel Ghaffar on Tuesday said his ministry is fully supporting the Yemeni students in Egypt.
Walking through it is like walking through a tour of the past.
It's time to enjoy the sunshine while watching a movie by the Nile River.