The third suspect faces accusations of helping carry out the crime with the two other people, according to the General Prosecution.
The assault by the woman has left wounds on the officer, in addition to intentionally damaging properties that she does not possess resulting in financial damage.
A defendant in the notorious Fairmont Hotel gang rape case has been arrested and will be detained for four days pending investigations.
Two Egyptian passengers have died in a hospital after a forced landing by an Apollo Fox glider at Gouna Airport in Hurghada after a recreational flight above Gouna resort.
The complaint also includes testimonies of witnesses.
The Court of Cassation upheld a ruling declaring former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adly not guilty.
He is fulfilling the conditions for his appeal to get accepted.
The Egyptian General Attorney said Monday that the alleged sex predator Ahmed Bassam Zaki was referred to prison for four days pending investigation on his serial sexual assaults.
The prime minister issues such decree every three months along with the renewal of the emergency law enforcement by the president.
The Fifth Terrorism Judicial District put on Saturday former Parliamentarian Ziad al-Eleimy and 12 members of Al Amal (Hope) cell on terror lists for five years.
The investigation was prompted by a lawsuit filed by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs filed a lawsuit against him for insulting the Arab Republic of Egypt using the name of Kuwait on his Twitter account.
The released detainees were accused of spreading false news and joining a banned group.
Attorney General Hamada al-Sawy suspended the fingerprint biometric attendance system for judges and public servants in the prosecution offices nationwide.
Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court has ordered the retrial of the Egyptian engineer Ali Abul Qasim, who was sentenced to death on charges of smuggling drugs to the Kingdom.
The video shows the prosecutors checking the food and healthcare facilities.
He will be detained for further 15 days pending investigation.
The Ministry of Interior's National Security Sector detected attempts by the Muslim Brotherhood to exploit the murder of a teenager to stir up the public opinion.
Giza Criminal Court sentenced six defendants to death, eight others to life in prison, and 12 minors to 10 years in prison.
The blast occurred as a result of a wrong-way crash, according to the Interior Ministry's report.