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Cairo Criminal Court postpones consideration of the trial of a gang formation to smuggle migrants to August 16

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The Cairo Criminal Court decided, in its session, which was held on Tuesday, July 19, 2022, to postpone the hearing of the trial of a gang consisting of 13 people – led by a housewife called Hajja Aziza and her fame is Azza – in the case of smuggling migrants to the state of Libya through the desert and rough roads for the session of August 16.
In October 2021, the East Cairo Prosecution had ordered the referral of the accused to the Criminal Court on charges of establishing, organizing and managing an organized group with the aim of smuggling migrants to the Libyan borders through the city of Salloum and from there to the State of Italy illegally through the desert and rough roads or by sea using dilapidated and illegal boats. Safe for the purpose of obtaining material benefits estimated at 70,000 pounds for each person
The events of the incident return to the fact that during the year 2020 at the Nozha Police Department in Cairo Governorate, the accused smuggled a number of young immigrants wishing to travel illegally, by planning their movement from Egypt to the State of Libya by infiltrating the desert paths and from there to the State of Italy by sea by fishing boats.

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