A Cairo court will open a case to expel the Israeli envoy to Cairo over the killing of Egyptian police on the border area, as a judicial authority plans to file a lawsuit requesting that Israel pay $5 billion in compensation for the same incident. The case for expelling the ambassador will be heard on September 11.
These judicial moves, relating to the killing of 5 policemen near the border town of Eilat, came as dozens of activists protesting outside the Israeli embassy in Giza decided to suspend their protest. The April 6 Youth Movement, said the protest was suspended after its message reached the "Zionist enemy", adding that it is giving a chance to SCAF to restore the rights of Egyptian martyrs.
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