The Egyptian Public Prosecution ordered the pretrial detention of five defendants pending investigation on charges of stealing antiquities from the headquarters of the Museum of the Faculty of Archeology at Sohag University.
The victim reported the 2014 rape on Aug. 4 to the National Council for Women (NCW), which then filed the case to the prosecutor on behalf of the victim.
The Egyptian embassy in Tunis is taking all necessary measures to be sure of the safety of the fishermen.
The Muslim Brotherhood has been labeled a terrorist group by several countries. Recently, the UAE Fatwa Council has labeled the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization
They are facing accusations of joining a terrorist group, committing terrorism and finance-related crime.
Ahmed Hassan and his wife Zainab were arrested at their residence in a Cairo compound on Wednesday after they posted a video on their Youtube channel of 5.9 million subscribers, where Zainab painted her face black and went to her one-year-old baby.
Eirian and six other convicts were sentenced to life imprisonment in September 2019 for the charges of staging a prison break during the 2011 Revolution.
The video shows the prosecutors checking the food and healthcare facilities.
He will be detained for further 15 days pending investigation.
The accused people include Professor Yahia Al Qazzaz, economist Raed Salama, activist Nermeen Hussein, activist Amr Mohamed, Professor of Archeology Abdel Fattah Saeed El-Banna, and Sameh Saudi
Saudi Arabia has freed three Iranian fishermen detained by the kingdom's coastguard last year.
The investigation team concluded that the murder of Bishop Epiphanius was committed by Isaiah Macarius with the help of Valtawa al-Maqari, who tried to commit suicide after Isaiah’s arrest.
The detained officials were charged with receiving LE $2 million ($111,763.68) in bribes for accepting a tender bid from a commodities supply company.
The official accused the banned group of the Muslim Brotherhood of inciting Fetouh’s family to spread such “rumors.”
Other charges of “belonging to a terrorist group and heading a terrorist group” were brought against them, according to the prosecution statement.
Kingdom Holding’s employees welcomed Prince Alwaleed bin Talal at the entrance of the company with clapping, a video on social media showed.
Some 200,000 people took to the streets of Barcelona on Tuesday after detention of two Catalan separatist leaders, further inflaming tensions.
More than a dozen political prisoners, including prisoners of conscience, have gone on hunger strike in protest at the cruel, and degrading conditions at prison.
The Criminal Court of Cairo decided Thursday to renew the detention of Muslim Brother businessman Hassan Malek and others for 45 days.
Turkish police detained 53 former employees of the Istanbul stock exchange