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Supreme guide of Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Badie received life sentence in ‘El-Edwa clashes’ case
10 other defendants involved in the case will witness final verdict on 29 November
Court also orders life imprisonment for 80, 15-year term for 34, 10 years for minor and acquits 21
Other Islamist figures to receive a decision regarding their release on 19 April
Court imprisons four witnesses for false testimonies in police massacre
Seven sentenced to life imprisonment, five receive 10 years in prison verdict
Restaurant owner stored the homemade explosives to use in fights with neighbours
Three bombs were detonated in Kerdasa, perpetrators or targets of the blasts still unknown
These arrests came as part of a security crackdown on several districts in Giza
Security sources say they three of the killed were suspected of being involved in the Haram Street explosion on Thursday
Security sources say they were suspected of being involved in the Haram Street explosion on Thursday
Sherif El-Afifi was arrested from his house in Nahia last Thursday, says sister
Farrag was killed from a distance of approximately 20 metres with a live round that hit him on the right side of his chest, testified the former Forensics Authority spokesman
Observers say she was trying to vote for others using their IDs
The session is postponed to 8 November to continue hearing witnesses’ testimonies
The Giza Criminal Court, presided over by Judge Nagy Shehata, had sentenced the defendants to death in February
Spots like Kerdasa, Delga are among most prominent consequences of Brotherhood regime, according to former Interior Ministry spokesperson
Judge Nagy Shehata sentenced 183 of 188 defendants to death in February in same case
Two minors sentenced to 10 years
14 minors received 10 years imprisonment
Prosecution referred another 295 alleged Brotherhood supporters to Minya military court Saturday
The 23 accused include 15 held in custody, with the remaining eight charged currently fugitives. They are collectively charged with destruction of public property, vandalism and the killing of police officer Mahmoud Ibrahim Abdul Latif.
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188 death sentences referred to Grand Mufti for consideration by controversial judge
Defendants charged with joining illegal group and disturbing the public peace
Detainees allegedly involved in assaults on police installations
The policeman was shot dead during a massive security operation in the village
The ministry blamed the Muslim Brotherhood—classified by Egypt as a terrorist organisation—for “creating a state of chaos”.
The 23 defendants were charged with “the formation of an illegal militant group, the murder of former Security Chief, Nabil Farrag, attacking police and army forces, Christians, and local churches”.
Instead, defiant residents have posted pictures of Morsi, describing him as “the legitimate president”.