Monday, 8 February 2010

News

Egyptian authorities swooped on the opposition Muslim Brotherhood before dawn, arresting 13 members including the group's deputy chief and two other leaders, Aljazeera reporter said.
Muslim Brotherhood deputy chief Mahmud Ezzat was picked up along with senior members Essam Erian and Abd al-Rahman el-Berr, the group's lawyer Abdel Moneim Abdel Maksud said.
The attorney, citing initial reports, said that 10 other members of the opposition group were also arrested in various parts of Egypt.