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Seven men sentenced to life in prison for sexually attacking women during public rallies in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Majority of defendants were tried in absentia for attempted attack, which targeted ships passing through the canal.
Morsi stands accused in a case that charges him and 130 others over prison breaks during the 2011 Egyptian revolution.
Ruling to overturn Morsi's firing puts his presidency on a collision course with the judiciary again.
Military court denies humiliating tests even took place, despite a ruling by another court and admissions by generals.
Court order abolishes mandatory examinations of female detainees in military prisons.
Judge sentences Anas el-Fikky to seven years in prison for squandering public funds from the state television union.
Ahmed Ezz and former industrial development chief Amr Assal sentenced to 10 years in prison and joint fine of $110.9m.
Rachid Mohamed Rachid tried in absentia for profiteering and squandering public funds.
Former Egyptian president and his two sons to go on trial on August 3 for graft and killing of protesters,
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