Egypt’s Interior Ministry announced, Monday seizing up to 5.045 unlicensed firearms and ammunition during the past month of September, nationwide.
A security source has denied claims circulated on social media that a number of prisoners have gone on a hunger strike in Torah prison.
Sisi voiced the importance of choosing the locations of these new facilities in a way that achieves security standards and ease the citizen’s movement
The action followed directives by the Cabinet for all bodies to take preventive measures to protect citizens against coronavirus.
Police of Supply seized this week 12,008 hidden gas cylinders, and food supplies weighed 301,095 tons as well as 45 cases of selling subsidized items in the black market.
Interior Ministry bodies announced on Wednesday the arrest of all persons involved in a bloody scuffle in a Giza district that led to the death of two persons.
No coronavirus cases inside Egyptian prisons have so far reported.
The Interior Ministry denied reports on imposing a curfew as of Monday evening to combat the novel coronavirus.
The Interior Ministry announced on Saturday the closure of several cafes over the past 24 hours as part of ongoing efforts to combat the novel coronavirus.
The Interior Ministry's prisons sector Monday approved - in a humanitarian gesture - the relocation of 21 inmates to prions close to the residence of their relatives.
Correspondents from foreign media platforms visited the Tora prison complex south of Cairo, known for housing many inmates over terrorism-related charges, according to a statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Interior published on Wednesday.
Seventeen terrorists were killed, Tuesday in an exchange of fire with police forces in Obeidat district in Arish, North Sinai, the Interior Ministry said.
The Egyptian Interior Ministry on Sunday said Patrick George, a researcher in an Italian university who was arrested two days ago in the Cairo International Airport, is an Egyptian citizen, denying earlier reports that he is an Italian national.
Some 129 prisoners were pardoned and 369 others were released on parole, the Interior Ministry said on Saturday.
The Egyptian Interior Ministry said it managed on Wednesday to thwart a scheme to harm national security as the anniversary of the January revolution in 2011 looms, saying the schemes were directed by Muslim Brotherhood figures in Turkey.
The Egyptian Ministry of Interior on Thursday announced releasing 439 people, including 88 persons by a presidential pardon and 351 others on parole.
The Egyptian Interior Ministry on Wednesday said it could thwart schemes of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group with the aim of “destroying the pillars” of the Egyptian state.
The detained men will be in custody pending investigations into the incident took place on New Year’s eve.
The Interior Ministry thwarted on Monday an attempt to embezzle goods worth LE 18 million in Nuweiba Port
Tawfik's decision comes ahead of the International Day of Disabled Persons, celebrated worldwide on December 3rd every year.