For more than a month, thousands of Islamists have been camped outside Rabaa al Adawiya mosque in Cairo. But many fear the military will clear their camp now that Ramadan is over.
An Egyptian court has fined former President Mohammed Morsi and sentenced him to three years in prison. Separately, human rights lawyer and activist Mahinour el-Masry was given a two-year prison sentence.
In addition to killing alleged IS members, Egypt police also killed two men suspected of belonging to the new Hasam terror group. Cairo has been struggling against multiple insurgencies that target state officials.
A son of former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, Osama Morsi, has been arrested. He will face a mass trial over a bloody dispersal of a protest camp in 2013.
A Cairo court has recommended the death penalty for 31 people convicted over the 2015 killing of the country's top prosecutor. Verdicts on a further 36 defendants are to be handed down next month.
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