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The security authorities are waiting for the end of ʿĪd al-Fiṭr to execute 17 civilians involved in bombing attacks on three Coptic Christian churches (St. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church in Cairo, St. George Coptic Orthodox Church in Tanta and the St. Mark Orthodox Church in Alexandria), in case No...
The Giza and Cairo courts witnessed today several important hearing sessions including the pleading of the public prosecution service in the case of "Spying for Ḥamās" and in the case of "Sinai state".
  A statement [released] on Sunday stated that the Egyptian Attorney General referred 48 defendants to the military judiciary for blowing up three churches in Cairo, Alexandria, and Ṭanṭa.
The Assiūt Military Court set verdict sessions, today, Saturday, on 16 accused of rioting in the Upper-Egyptian districts of Deir Mawās and Mallāwī, in Assiūt.
On Sunday, the Military Court in Assiūt postponed the trial of 143 defendants from the Muslim Brotherhood for the burning of the courthouse in Beni Mazar and Deir Mawās in Minya, until the 27th of November in order to complete the defense case.
The military court in al-Mansūrah on Sunday adjourned the trial of 31 Muslim Brotherhood students to the next May 4 session because a number of defendants have not been transferred to court. Furthermore, a student has been detained for treatment.
The Military Court in the governorate of Asyūt on Monday adjourned the trial of 325 members of the Muslim Brotherhood accused of involvement in violent acts in the Mallawī and Dayr Mawās regions in Minya to the 23rd of April. 
Member of Egypt's National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), Kamāl `Abbās, said that Muhammad Fāyeq, chairman of the council, will meet with the families and colleagues of detained naval arsenal workers on Thursday. In a statement disclosed to Misr al-`Arabiyya, `Abbās announced that he had...
Egypt had approved legislation allowing individuals accused of committing violations against state institutions to be referred to military courts.
Military courts punished twenty-eight citizens with verdicts that varied from paying a fine, imprisonment for three months and ten years for being convicted of rioting, looting and violating the curfew.  


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