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Arrest warrant for five students from the Faculty of Engineering in Zaqaziq
Arrest warrant for five students from the Faculty of Engineering in Zaqaziq
In a challenge to the Prosecution’s decision to release the five students from the Faculty of Engineering, Zaqaziq University, and the Ministry of Interior issued an arrest warrant of the five students and transferred them to the public prison of Damanhor.
Saturday, October 31,2009 11:15
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tags: Arrest / Zaqaziq / Detainees / Damanhor / Democracy / Attacks / Human Rights / MB Students / MB Youth.Crackdown
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