Egypt sentences 22 members of Brotherhood to death: judicial sources

An Egyptian court sentenced 22 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death on April 20 over an attack on a police station in a district outside Cairo in 2013, judicial sources said. 

The assault was part of a wave of violence that rocked the country after the army removed elected Islamist president Mohamed Mursi from power following mass protests against his rule in June 2013. 

Egypt, Saudi mull joint exercise amid Yemen air war

Egypt and Saudi Arabia are considering holding joint military manoeuvres in the kingdom as the allies carry out air strikes in its neighbour Yemen, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's office said.
Other Gulf Arab countries would also participate, the Egyptian president's office said late Tuesday.

Egypt court confirms death sentence for Brotherhood head, 13 others

A Cairo court has confirmed death sentences for Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie and 13 others over Islamist protest violence, while the jailing of a U.S.-Egyptian citizen for life was slammed by the White House.

Two of the 14 defendants sentenced to death have fled the country and will immediately face a retrial if apprehended.