A videograb shows the men attacking the youth.
Ashraf Marhally, Gulf Today
An Egyptian man known as Amir Farouk, 24 from the Egyptian city of Tanta was murdered by young men who lured him to the street near his house and tore his body after stabbing him 17 times with knives, due to previous dispute.
The crime was documented by surveillance cameras, and caused outrage, according to the local media on Wednesday.
The crime video shows a group of young men riding motorcycles, stopping suddenly, after they lured the victim to a street.
They had a verbal altercation, and then they attacked him with knives, and fled from the scene.
The security bodies quickly unloaded the cameras in the area to identify the perpetrators, who were arrested within a few hours after the crime.
The Public Prosecution started interrogations and authorized the burial of the victim's body, which took place in the presence of his family in a state of great sadness.
They carried banners calling for retribution for him under the slogan "Retribution for the Martyr of Treachery."
Security investigations revealed that there were previous disputes between the victim and the perpetrators.
They were sent in custody for 4 days pending investigations.
Mohamed Adel is accused of killing his colleague Naiyera Ashraf in front of the gate of Mansoura University after she refused to marry him.
As soon as the security forces received the report through the emergency police operations room, they rushed to the scene of the accident, in coordination with the traffic police, to examine the scene and find out circumstances of the accident, under the supervision of Major General Assem Abu Al Khair, Deputy Director of Investigations Directorate in Giza.
The Sharjah Police are investigating an incident in which two Arab nationals were stabbed to death. The bodies, which received 18 stabs, were found in the victims’ workplace in Al Madam on Tuesday.
A video clip of Egyptian couple riding e-scooters to their wedding venue has gone viral on social media. The video showed the couple, each riding a e-scooter, and behind them were the cars celebrating their marriage in Giza Governorate.
Of those hurt in the accident, 138 sustained minor injuries and a further 24 were still in hospital, the health ministry said. The blast blew out the windows of several houses in the surrounding area and damaged their interiors.
The initiative is inspired by the pioneering success of Dubai Police’s Smart Police Stations (SPS), which provide security and community services around the clock, without human intervention.
The meeting addressed cooperation between the UAE and the Comoros and opportunities to advance ties in the economic, trade, investment, and development fields to achieve the aspirations of the two countries and peoples.