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Khalil had faced charges of belonging to an outlawed organisation
Court session postponed to 24 September
Badr was arrested along with journalist Al-Saqa when security forces stormed the Press Syndicate in an unprecedented move
Zahran was accused of propagating false claims against the deans of various universities
Ending a listing early on eBay is not against the law, Germany’s highest court has ruled, throwing out a claim for damages from a buyer, who has made a business out of suing sellers that cancel their auctions.
Chevron has won a key challenge against a multi-billion-dollar judgment over polluting the Ecuadorian Amazon with toxic oil waste. But the case is far from over – a challenge is still pending in Canada.
The request was filed after the presiding judge expressed hostility against the Muslim Brotherhood in statements
Court convicted Geneina before listening to the defence’s judicial pleas
The lawsuit filed against the dismissal decision claims that it is unconstitutional
Qeshta remains in prison for another case, in which he was charged with joining an outlawed group
The Cassation Court revoked Mansour’s membership after a recount of the votes proved that his opponent had garnered more support
Prosecution appeals release of protestors against Egypt-Saudi Arabia maritime demarcation deal
The court published its reasoning for ruling to acquit the former prime minister
Keshta was arrested in a demonstration protesting the transfer of Tiran and Sanafir islands to Saudi sovereignty
The defendants received an earlier verdict that ranged from 10 to 20 years of intensified prison sentence
The court accepted the prosecution’s decision to imprison them for an additional 45 days
Despite a widespread campaign on social media Sunday night hoping Adly would walk free, the court has renewed his detention
The page was accused of leaking thanaweya amma secondary school exams
Nagy was sentenced to two years in prison in February on charges of publishing and writing “obscene sexual content”
The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague is set to deliver its verdict on Tuesday, July 12. DW answers some of the questions related to the case to explain what the dispute is about and what is at stake.
The court will look into the request on 30 July
A US Congressman says the Chechen Akhmed Chatayev is suspected of planning Tuesday’s attack in Istanbul. Chatayev had been arrested multiple times in Europe and was granted asylum in Austria.
Brazil’s top court has frozen millions of dollars in WhatsApp’s funds. The company is accused of obstructing a federal investigation related to drug trafficking.
Unionist lawyers contested the constitutionality of the Trade Union Law
The State Lawsuit Authority is expected to argue that the State Council is unauthorised to look into the case
Member of NCHR hails verdict as “historical”
The State Council Administrative Court ruled on Tuesday to cancel the maritime demarcation agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia
The maritime demarcation deal has been the source of controversy since its announcement in April
Qalash and Abdelrahim not present at second court session
A French court has convicted and fined the US company and two of its executives for deceptive commercial practices and illegal business activity, while a court in Germany maintained a ban of the firm’s UberPop app