Egypt Sentences Anti-Mubarak Activist to Five Years in Prison

  23 February 2015    Read: 626
Egypt Sentences Anti-Mubarak Activist to Five Years in Prison
Alaa Abdel Fattah, a prominent anti-Mubarak activist in the 2011 Egyptian protests was sentenced to five years in prison for breaking a new law aimed at curtailing protests.
An Egyptian court sentenced Alaa Abdel Fattah, a prominent activist during the 2011 anti-government protests to five years on charges of violating a new law on demonstrations.

A retrial of two Al Jazeera English journalists that was due to take place on Monday was postponed until March 8, following a brief hearing.

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