Minister of Immigraiton Nabila Makram Abdel-Shaheed announced that the ministry has followed closely the case of the Egyptian engineer, "Ali Abu Al-Qasim," who had his death sentence reduced to 25 years in prison in Saudi Arabia.
The Cassation Court upheld on Thursday the death sentence given to a man who murdered a priest with a cleaver in 2017.
They are also accused of carrying out other terrorist operations to help the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood achieve their goals in the country and trying to overthrow the regime.
Libyan terrorist Abdel Rahim el-Mesmary, the mastermind of the 2017 Wahat attack was executed Saturday, according to the state-run TV.
Cairo Criminal Court has sentenced three out of 11 defendants accused of attempting to assassinate Alexandria’s security director to death in 2018, ahead of the latest presidential elections, upholding a January ruling.
A criminal court on Thursday sentenced five people to death, over damaging a petroleum pipeline and causing the death of nine people in November in northern Egypt.
The parliament’s legislative committee on Sunday approved amendments suggested by the government to counter-terrorism law, toughening the penalties of terror-related crimes and sentencing those funding terrorist groups or acts to death.
A defendant, who is charged with killing seven members of the same family and setting their house on fire, was sentenced to death on Thursday.
Giza Criminal Court on Saturday sentenced to death a defendant in the case known in media as "Imbaba Cell," over accusations including targeting Christians.
A military court handed Hesham al-Ashmawy, a former military officer, a death sentence on terrorism charges including killing security personnel in several separate acts since 2013.
Assem Abdel Maguid is one of the Brotherhood leaders’ fugitives, who continued to incite violence against the country.
The court's decision includes Ibrahim Ismail and Adel Imam who were sentenced to death on Sunday by the court.
The defendants are convicted with launching attacks against security forces, in the case known as Agnad Misr Organization.
A legal source said that Dar Al-Iftaa approved the death sentence against the defendant.
Nazmi admitted, for the first time before the court, killing his two children; Rayan, 5, and Mohamed, 3.
"You will not teach us our humanity; we have our own humanity, and have our values, and have our morals," Sisi stated.
Damanhur Criminal Court ruled on Saturday to refer two Coptic Christian monks to Egypt's top religious authority for consideration of the death penalty against them over killing Head of St. Macarius Monastery in Wadi El-Natroun, Bishop Epiphanius in July
A court in Kafr El-Sheikh referred a doctor convicted of killing his wife and three children to the Grand Mufti to decide whether he should be sentenced to death.
The bill also punishes possessors of such substances by a rigorous life sentence and a fine ranging between LE 100,000 ($5,664) and LE 500,000 ($28,319).
Two women admitted planning with the other defendants to kidnap the victim in retaliation against his father.