Egypt: Court hands man 8 year jail term in #MeToo case
13 April 2021 | 8:20 am
Ahmed Bassam Zaki has received a second sentence in the case sparked by an Instagram account that provided an anonymous platform for assault survivors to come out.
Tens of buses were seen lining up on the Argeen Egypt-Sudan border crossing as the waiting times increased with the rising influx of Sudanese fleeing the fighting.
Brazil had temporarily banned Telegram after it failed to cooperate in an investigation into neo-Nazi chat groups. The company says it prioritizes the privacy of users.
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A European Union court has annulled Brussels' approval for German state aid granted to Lufthansa worth €6 billion during the COVID-19 pandemic. The airline said it would analyze the ruling.
A Pakistani court has indicted the country's former Prime Minister Imran Khan for unlawfully selling state gifts during his premiership. Violence has spread across Pakistani cities since Khan's arrest on Tuesday.
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A Kenyan court on Wednesday extended by 30 days the detention of cult leader Paul Mackenzie, who authorities accuse of ordering followers to starve their children and themselves to death.
The former prime minister had been dragged out of a court building and arrested, triggering riots across Pakistan. The same court is now due to decide if Imran Khan will stay in custody.
Brazil's Supreme Court ordered the investigation into Google and Telegram executives after the firms campaigned against a bill that would curtail online disinformation.
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