CAIRO: Five alleged Muslim Brotherhood university students were released for 15 days starting Wednesday on the condition that they spend six hours of each of those days inside the Nasr City police Station, Youm7 reported.
The students were also fined 5,000 EGP each ($700.) The release was ordered by Nasr City Misdemeanor Court to enable them to attend their exams.
In December, the five students blocked Mostafa al-Nahhas road, a main route in Cairo’s Nasr City, held pro-Muslim Brotherhood banners and chanted anti-military slogans, according to Youm7.
The students must appear at the police station at 6 p.m. and leave at 12 a.m. They face charges of breaching the 2013 protest law and rioting.