Six members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in Qaliobiya for inciting violence. They blocked roads and cut off railway lines by setting fire to tires.
Three Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members were arrested in Sohag over charges of inciting violence and calling for civil disobedience in this Upper Egyptian city.
Two police officers and two conscripts were injured during clashes that broke out between elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group and police troops while dispersing rallies organized by the group in al-Khanka township of Qalyoubiya.
Alexandria Police arrested six elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group during an MB rally after the eid prayers. One of the arrestees had a cartouche weapon. An officer and a conscript were injured while dispersing rallies in the Mediterranean city.
North Sinai security forces arrested a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in Arish. The MB member is accused of staging anti-regime protests and inciting violence.
Security forces arrested three members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group, including a mosque Imam, over riot charges. They were facing charges of joining a terrorist group, rioting and blocking main road.
Security forces in North Sinai managed to arrest a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group. He is accused of staging anti-regime protests, inciting violence against the police and the Armed Forces as well as attacking military institutions.
Security forces resumed their large-scale security campaigns to nab several terrorist elements in six governorates over the past 24 hours. Security forces arrested 25 rioters of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood who were involved in assaulting police headquarters and inciting violence against the police and army personnel.
Eight members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group have been arrested for 15 days pending further investigation. They face charges of rioting, demonstration without police permission and chanting anti-police and -army slogans.
Two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) were held in Assiut with arms and anti-police and -army banners.
Security forces arrested on Monday five elements of the Muslim Brotherhood in Khanka Neighborhood of Qalyubia governorate. They are accused of attacking Abu Zabal police station during an MB rally that was staged last week in Qalyubia as well as other charges that include joining a terrorist group and thuggery.
Security forces arrested two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group for attacking policemen in Suez.
Beheira security forces arrested nine members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over involvement setting ablaze two mobile signal booster towers in Delengat and Badr townships in the governorate.
Security forces arrested 18 suspects of the Muslim Brotherhood group who are involved in organizing protests, instigating violence and blocking roads in various governorates. The suspects were arrested in security campaigns in Fayyoum, Qena, Assiut, Matrouh and Menoufiya.
Kafr el-Sheikh security forces arrested eight members of the Muslim Brotherhood group during their protests in Sidi Salem town. They are accused of inciting violence and protesting with no prior permission.
The security forces arrested 20 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in Kafr el-Sheikh over illegal protests. The protests chanted slogans attacking the police and the army.
Security forces arrested 41 elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in nine governorates over violence charges. The arrests took place in Cairo, Giza, Fayyoum, Beni Suef, Kafr El-Sheikh, Minya, Dakahlia, North Sinai and Sohag. They are wanted over different charges, including attacking police institutions, inciting violence and possessing weapons.
Zagazig criminal court sentenced 20 students of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group to one year in prison for insulting court panel during their trial over inciting riot and violence at Zagazig University.
Seven Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members were arrested in different places in Alexandria. One of them was nabbed with a large amount of bombs and bullets in his possession. The others were arrested for planning to stage illegal protests.
Damnhour criminal court has sentenced nine members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to three years in prison for violating the protest law. They were arrested in Behira for staging a protest without a permit.
Fayoum security forces arrested fifteen members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group in the governorate. The suspects are facing charges of participating in protests without getting security permission, blocking roads and using fireworks to intimidate citizens. They were arrested with Molotov cocktails.
The Zagazig criminal court sentenced 57 supporters of Muslim Brotherhood group to 5-7 years rigorous imprisonment over violence charges in Sharqia, northern Egypt. They were tried over instigating violence, belonging to a terrorist group, disrupting educational classes, damaging public and private properties, staging illegal protests without having necessary security permissions, resisting authorities, along with possessing illegal weapons and blocking roads.
Zagazig Criminal Court sentenced former MP Farid Ismail and 14 other members of the terrorist Muslim brotherhood group to seven years rigorous imprisonment over acts of violence. They were facing charges of joining a terrorist group, inciting violence against army and police forces, damaging public facilities and possessing incendiary materials.
Fayoum police have arrested a number of terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members after a blast in a poultry farm that left four killed.
Suez residents chased supporters of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood who staged a protest in the city.
Damietta criminal court sentenced 101 elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group to three years in jail. They were facing charges of violence, rioting and use of weapons which left 18 injured.
Security bodies in Gharbia arrested two Muslim Brotherhood members for setting fire to Zefta railway station.
Police arrested 18 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood during a rally staged by the blacklisted group in Abu el-Matamir city of Beheira governorate. During the rally, the MB supporters called for the reinstatement of deposed president Mohamed Morsi, and chanted slogans against the police and army.
Aswan police arrested two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood over charges of instigating violence and riots. They are accused of staging unauthorized protests.
Mansoura police arrested five members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood over instigating residents in the Nile Delta city to protest and block traffic. They were trying to organize a protest in which roads would be blocked.
Police in Marsa Matrouh arrested four wanted members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood. The prosecution has issued arrest warrants for the four over charges of inciting violence in Marsa Matrouh. Police found documents belonging to the group in their possession.
Fifty members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group have been sentenced to five years in prison. A misdemeanor court in Alexandria handed down the sentence and an EGP 20,000 fine against the defendants for inciting violence, vandalism and violating the protest law.
Security forces arrested a leading Muslim Brotherhood member for violating the demonstration law and inciting riots in Menia. They also arrested two outlaws accused in two robbery cases in Menia.
Behira police arrested the head of the students' union and a student from the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood in possession of Molotov cocktails and fireworks. They were arrested during clashes that erupted between Brotherhood supporters on one hand and residents and the Black Bloc group on the other hand.
Beheira security forces arrested six members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group. A son of a former MP from the Freedom and Justice party was among those arrested. They were accused of inciting violence and non-peaceful protesting.
Bani Suef Security chief said 20 suspected members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group were arrested in el-Maymoun village, el-Wasta town. Those arrested face charges of joining a terror organization and taking part in demonstrations without security approval in a bid to destabilize the state. The MB members hurled stones at police and set tires on fire.
Police arrested a member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood over charges of inciting violence and organizing non-peaceful protests in Beheira.
Shobra Criminal Court sentenced ten runaway leaderships and members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood (MB) to death over charges of inciting violence, blocking highway in Qalyuib in July, 2012.
Sharqiya police arrested 15 members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood over illegally protesting and disrupting traffic at Mohafaza and Orabi squares of Zagazig town. Protesters gathered at Mohafza Square, raising Rabaa slogans and ousted president Mohamed Morsi's pictures. They set off fireworks before moving to Orabi Square.
Twenty-two rioters were arrested in Beheira governorate. They were captured with Molotov cocktails in possession.
Disposal experts defused bombs that were found near a mosque in Fayyoum. The security forces dispersed a march staged by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood.
Dozens of the Muslim Brotherhood's supporters continued violent acts in Cairo and Giza governorates amid their rallies marking the first anniversary of the ouster of president Mohamed Morsi. They set fire to tires, block traffic in many streets of Cairo and Giza.
Members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group blocked a main road in Beheira that leads to a police station and the City Hall. The Protesters gathered in Abdel-Salam el-Shazly Street before heading to the bridge road to block it.
Dozens of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood supporters blocked three main streets in Cairo and Giza. They held marches in protest at the ouster of the former President Mohamed Morsi in July 3. Some of MB elements set fire to tires and blocked Al-Nasr Street in Nasr city district, Gameat Al Dowal St in Al Mohandssen district and Al-Harm Street, chanting slogans against police and army personnel.
A Cairo court sentenced two members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group to ten years in prison over charges of burning Heliopolis metro, blocking roads and attacking citizens in November.
Three suspects in connection with a bomb blast that hit a metro station on June 25 were arrested. They are members of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group. At least eight people were wounded when homemade bombs went off at four metro stations in Cairo during the morning rush hour.
Minya security forces launched a wide-scale crackdown and managed to arrest nine elements of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group over attacking police stations and public facilities, rioting and protesting. The crackdown also seized 14 unlicensed firearms, 206 bullets and two light weapons. During the crackdown, 687 traffic violations were recorded and 47 unregistered motorbikes were seized.
Minya security Directorate continued its crackdowns to hunt down the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group's elements who are accused of attacking police and public facilities and inciting violence. The campaign resulted in arresting three defendants who are charged with storming Delga police station during the events of October 10 last year. The campaign also resulted in seizing 16 unlicensed firearms, arresting a jobless man with 13 pieces of cannabis in his possession and another who had 250 drug tablets.