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Italian Police Arrest Egypt’s Former Minister Opposed to Sisi Regime: The Italian authorities have detained Mohamed Mahsoub, an Egyptian former minister who served under the deposed democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, and a figure in the Egyptian opposition against the regime of Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi.

The former Minister of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs under Morsi was reportedly detained in the city of Catania on the east coast of the island of Sicily.

Mahsoub said in a post on his Twitter account that the Italian police refused to disclose the charges against him, pointing out that the arrest was made at the request of the Egyptian authorities.

The Italian authorities are yet to issue a formal comment.

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Italian Police Arrest Egypt’s Former Minister Opposed to Sisi Regime: The Italian authorities have detained Mohamed Mahsoub, an Egyptian former minister who served under the deposed democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, and a figure in the Egyptian opposition against the regime of Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi.The former Minister of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs under Morsi was reportedly detained in the city of Catania on the east coast of the island of Sicily.Mahsoub said in a post on his Twitter account that the Italian police refused to disclose the charges against him, pointing out that the arrest was made at the request of the Egyptian authorities. Mahsoub said in a post on his Twitter account that the Italian police refused to disclose the charges against him, pointing out that the arrest was made at the request of the Egyptian authorities. Mahsoub said in a post on his Twitter account that the Italian police refused to disclose the charges against him, pointing out that the arrest was made at the request of the Egyptian authorities. Mahsoub said in a