In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on February 8.
On July 1, 2020, the Court of Cassation upheld a death sentence against former monk Wael Saad (formerly known as Monk Ash’eyaa).
The ministry slammed OHCHR's comments criticizing the Egyptian judiciary over sentencing 9 people convicted with killing the country's top prosecutor to death.
"My sister's [Facebook] page is hacked; what is published on the page has nothing to do with the family of the martyr [and] hero, Prosecutor Hesham Barakat."
A video of the nine individuals involved in assassinating the country's top prosecutor Hesham Barakat proves that confession was made without any torture.
The Criminal Cairo Court ruled on Tuesday, that six individuals were found guilty of encroaching and attacking a special police unit and will be executed for their crimes.
Four years after spying for Israel, Eli Cohen was caught by Syrian intelligence in one of the most famous espionage cases in the modern history of Syria.
Oklahoma plans to start using nitrogen gas for executions, officials said on Wednesday, in what would be the first such method of capital punishment in the United States.
Daesh fighters executed at least 741 Iraqi civilians in Mosul during the nine-month battle by government forces to retake the city from the militant group.
Alabama on Thursday executed a man convicted of killing a police officer in 1997 by shooting him multiple times in his patrol car, prison officials said.
Garemt Akl (Food Crime) is a newly opened Egyptian restaurant that serves authentic Egyptian street food