- 27 June, 2012 -- Egypt’s Morsi starts work as court curbs army arrest powers
Egypt's president-elect Mohamed Morsi pushed ahead on Wednesday with selecting a government, after a court delivered a blow to the ruling military by suspending its powers to arrest civilians.
- 6 April, 2013 -- Egyptian court drops lawsuit to ban comedy show
CAIRO (AP) — A Cairo court on Saturday dismissed a lawsuit filed by an Islamist lawyer demanding that a popular Egyptian satirist's TV show be banned for allegedly insulting the president and containing excessive sexual innuendo.
- 19 July, 2012 -- Egypt court says can’t rule on fate of parliament
Egypt's administrative court said on Thursday it had no jurisdiction to rule on two cases to determine the fate of the dissolved parliament, leaving its future stuck in a legal labyrinth.
- 14 June, 2012 -- Bahrain court sentences nine medics, acquits nine
Bahrain's appeals court on Thursday sentenced nine doctors to up to five years in jail for their role in anti-regime protests and acquitted nine other medics, reducing terms handed down by a semi-military court, a judicial source said.
- 7 March, 2012 -- Leading Egyptians accused of harming military’s image
Military prosecutors are to decide whether to take action over a complaint against 12 leading Egyptians accused of harming the army's image and seeking to overthrow the state, judicial sources said on Wednesday.