Dib was the main player in the illegal smuggling of the Egyptian sarcophagus and its sale to the Metropolitan Museum.
The Ministry of Interior released on Saturday a statement detailing its achievements over one week.
Antiquities Minister Khaled al Enani on Friday held separate meetings with the Greek and Chinese ministers of culture on means of boosting cooperation to counter illegal trade and trafficking in antiquities.
The council's secretariat general called upon interior ministries of member states to support the police in Yemen and Comoros.
MP Mona Monir highlighted that many try to take revenge on perpetuators who are not perceived to be fairly penalized, which jeopardizes social peace.
Public Funds Crimes Investigation Police revealed the largest money laundering case worth LE 100 million ($5 million) of which three brothers were accused.
The Antiquities Police at Beni Suef seized six artifacts and 4,480 coins from the home of two brothers in one of the villages north of Beni Suef on Monday.
A gang of 18 people has been found guilty of trafficking and sexually abusing vulnerable teenage girls and young women for several years in northern England.
The House of Representatives recently approved a proposed law submitted by the government to amend some provisions of Law No. 5 of 2010 on organ transplant.
When senior bureaucrats visited Boonyarit, the routine was often: welcome them with the finest food and drink and then bring out the teen girls, often referred to as "dessert".
Any transplantation should be donated by the recipient’s relatives. In non-relative cases a committee should be formed to ensure the law is not violated.
Egypt’s Minister of Health, Ahmed Emad, will submit the final version of a law that imposes harsher penalties on organ trade to the parliament.
Migrant-related crimes in Libya, sparked off a debate at the Security Council which is considering carrying out an investigation by ICC.