Egypt's first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi buried in eastern Cairo's Medinat Nasr under heavy security, his lawyers say, a day after his death inside a court following years of worst detention conditions.
The Egyptian autocrat who came to power after a 2013 military coup has been praised by US President Donald Trump and other Western leaders, but what exactly has he achieved?
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el Sisi presents himself as a bulwark against terrorism, but under his watch the Sinai has become a preferred destination for terrorists. Unfortunately for him, the insurgency is not the only major failure of his rule.
The Court of Cassation ruling, which is final, reduced by 15 years the original 40-year sentence handed to the deposed Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi during the initial sentencing.
Egyptian court on Monday condemned Muslim Brotherhood's top leader Mohamed Badie to a life term along with Mahmoud Ghozlan, a Brotherhood spokesman, and Hossam Abubakr, a member of its guidance bureau.
The court last week overturned a death sentence against Morsi in a separate case, meaning he no longer faces execution.
Court of Cassation upholds death sentences of eight other defendants in the case pertaining to an attack on a police station in Kerdasa during anti-coup protests in July 2013.
An Egyptian court recommends death sentences for six co-defendants of former President Mohamed Morsi, but not for him.
Egyptian court postpones ‘espionage' verdict in deposed President Mohamed Morsi trial to May 7
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