The government said it would challenge a court ruling voiding a deal that would see the handover of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
A lower misdemeanours court had sentenced them to five years in prison and a fine of 100,000 Egyptian pounds
Hundreds of police officers were deployed in central Cairo on April 25 to quell protests against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
The decision followed a chaotic courtroom hearing that included physical scuffles and the eventual expulsion
A court in Egypt on Saturday ratified death sentences for 12 people convicted of planning attacks with links to ISIS
Egypt's high court said the retrial would begin on Nov. 5
Court will deliver its verdict on charges of inciting the killing of protesters in December 2012, when Mursi was still in office
New York-based Human Rights Watch has issued a statement criticizing the trial of 51 alleged supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood
Following the ruling, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ordered the law to be redrafted within a month
The accused, members were arrested in 2012 after an exchange of fire in Cairo’s upscale district of Nasr City
All were found guilty of killing 30 people and intending to kill others in Cairo last October
Egyptian courts found defendants guilty of violence during protests in support of ousted Mursi
An Egypt court sentenced an Israeli to life imprisonment and a Jordanian to 10 years in jail for espionage
Some sympathized, others compared it to the speeches he gave during the few days before his step down
A court banned the Muslim Brotherhood itself in September, but that ruling did not mention its political wing
Egypt’s state news agency MENA says school teacher Dimyana Abdel-Nour insulted Islam in front of her pupils
Police fired tear gas at demonstrators outside the courthouse who were chanting against the verdict
The Cairo court sentenced two others to seven years in prison
Egypt's Justice Minister said the judiciary is not a tool of executive authority and that rulings can be overturned upon appeal
Five of the 11 people sentenced Saturday by the court in the southern city of Minya were tried in absentia
The judge said investigation with Masri will begin Tuesday, reported Ahram Online
Leading Muslim Brotherhood figure Mohamed El-Beltagy was sentenced to one year in prison for insulting the judiciary
The judge acquitted six people in the case. They faced charged including unlawful assembly and thuggery.
Prosecutors had accused the men of holding ‘deviant parties’ and dressing in women's clothes
Egypt’s government erected the monument to commemorate those killed in the protests against Mubarak and Mursi
Of the 12 were Alaa Abdel Fattah and Mona Seif, prominent youth activists who led in revolts against ousted President Mubarak
The court sentenced 14 women from the Muslim Brotherhood to 11 years in jail after a rally in Alexandria
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood lost an appeal against a court decision to ban the group, Al Arabiya’s Cairo correspondent reported Wednesday. ...
An Egyptian military official says a military court has given Sinai-based photojournalist Mohammad Sabry a six-month suspended sentence for filming ...
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