Egypt spy cell trial adjourned

Next hearing set for October of 26 men accused of plotting attacks on behalf of Hezbollah.

    Nasrallah admitted sending an agent to supervise arms shipment to fighters in Gaza [AFP]

    In April, Egyptian security officials said they had uncovered a Hezbollah cell plotting to destabilise the country.

    Hassan Nasrallah, the Hezbollah leader, admitted sending an agent to supervise weapon shipments to Hamas in Gaza, but he has denied seeking to harm Egypt's security.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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