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Hundreds of people in a small Daqahleya village tried to prevent the burial of the deceased doctor on Saturday over fears of the coronavirus spreading in the village.
The statement said that legal action will be taken in conformity with articles 27 and 175 of the criminal law.
The suspected truck driver tested positive to ‘Hashish’, investigations revealed
The statement noted that some of the suspects confessed to participating in demonstrations in five governorates. Some attributed their participation in the demonstrations to the poor economic conditions, while other said they were deceived by social media pages.
The Egyptian human rights centres said that security forces detained about 2,000 people, connected to the demonstrations demanding the departure of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.
North Cairo Court upheld prosecution’s appeal against her release
‘We will appeal decision; we submitted petition to release girl,’ says lawyer
Defendants accused of administering campaigns calling for protests, ‘fall of the regime’
The arrested workers are accused of deliberately causing the power outage
The general prosecutor’s approval will allow Mubarak to be released from custody and go to his residence
A petition addressing the general prosecutor criticised the suspension of the case, and called for investigations to be reopened
The Italian parliament launched the Giulio Regeni Scholarship for an Egyptian student earlier this month
Three defendants accused of bribery over land value manipulation
The son of the deceased citizen is currently in a coma
The prosecution did not move forward with the charges against the company and dismissed the case, says Oriental Weavers
Another investigation session was scheduled for journalist Amr Badr, but it was cancelled
Administrative Prosecution referred El-Hennawy to disciplinary court on charges of insulting Al-Sisi
Khalil’s brother said he will file an official report against the delay of his brother’s release
The newly graduated doctor went missing in July, says Doctors Syndicate statement
Head of the Consumer Protection Agency warned against ads for dajaleen (fraudulent sheikhs)
Master’s degree and PhD holders’ protests have recently increased, demanding employment by government amid state negligence
The Friday market fire took place last Wednesday and is among the dozens of reported fires across the country in recent weeks
The prominent rights lawyer was arrested on 5 May after a month of campaigning against a maritime demarcation deal that saw the transfer of sovereignty of two Red Sea islands from Egypt to Saudi Arabia
Geneina has repeatedly stated that the aforementioned statements referred to a study conducted by the CAO, in cooperation with the Ministry of Planning.
Testimonies against the journalists include one from a syndicate board member, says board member Hanan Fekry
The office of the prosecutor general was transferred to New Cairo
The charge is directed at the former top auditor in relation to Genaina’s statements in which he claimed public funds amounting to EGP 600bn were wasted due to state corruption in 2015
Thabet is charged with attempting to overthrow the regime, belonging to the Brotherhood
The Doctors Syndicate said the charges directed at the police officers include unlawfully detaining the doctors, verbally and physically assaulting the doctors, and abusing power
The journalist, Samia Farouk, wrote an article about a lawsuit filed at the Administrative Judiciary to contest the media gag the prosecutor general issued on Tuesday over the case in which journalists Amr Badr and Mahmoud Al-Saqa stand trial