An Egyptian court sentenced former president Hosni Mubarak and his two sons to three years in jail without parole on Saturday in the retrial of a corruption case, although the trio is unlikely to go to jail again.
Mubarak, who rul
An Egyptian court listed the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organisation, judicial sources said on Saturday, part of a sustained crackdown on Islamists in the most populous Arab state.
In a separate case earlier in the day
An Egyptian court sentenced 183 supporters of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to death on Monday on charges of killing police officers, as authorities continued their crackdown on Islamists.
The men were convicted of playing a rol
Egypt's high court on Tuesday overturned the only remaining conviction against Hosni Mubarak, ordering a retrial in the embezzlement case and opening the way for the ousted former president's possible release.
An Egyptian court on Saturday confirmed death sentences against the leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood and at least 182 of his supporters, judicial sources at the court told Reuters.
The court's decision came two months
An Egyptian judicial panel advised a court to dissolve the Muslim Brotherhood as a legally registered non-governmental organisation on Monday, posing a legal challenge to the group as the army-backed government presses a crackdown.
An Egyptian court overturned on Wednesday a public prosecutor's decision to freeze the assets of 23 investors and officials, including several from the Gulf, who are under investigation for alleged stock market manipulation
Gold producer Centamin saw more than a third of its stockmarket value wiped out yesterday before trading was suspended, after an Egyptian court said its right to operate the Sukari mine, its main asset, was invalid.
Centamin later said
Demonstrators scuffled on Monday outside a Cairo court where former president Hosni Mubarak attended a hearing in his trial and police broke up a tussle inside the chamber between lawyers, plaintiffs and supporters of the deposed Egyptian leader.
The judge trying Egypt's former President Hosni Mubarak for the killing of protesters wrapped up Monday's session and said the court would reconvene on September 5 to begin hearing evidence in the case.
Judge Ahmed Refaat ordered t