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15 day detention order for Nasr and his companions.
15 day detention order for Nasr and his companions.
Prosecutor General orders a 15 day detention order to Dr Ossama Nasr and his colleagues who were arrested last Thursday in Beheira.
Sunday, February 21,2010 09:54
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Cairo: Prosecutor General orders a 15 day detention order to Dr Ossama Nasr and his colleagues who were arrested last Thursday in Beheira.
 

The group who abstained from answering questions was charged with the same host of fabricated accusations which faced Dr Mahmoud Ezzat the Deputy Chairman of the MB who was detained with other highly ranked members of the MB and members of the Executive Bureau. The detainees were merged in the same case which is to be known as case no. 202 of 2010
 

tags: Erian / MB Detainees / Crackdown / State Security / Emergency Law / Police State / Osama Nasr / MB Executive Bureau / Mahmoud Ezzat / Prosecutor General
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