An Egyptian publisher who recently released a book calling for political change in the country was arrested at his Cairo home Saturday, and copies of the book, his computer and manuscripts were confiscated by police, friends and family said.
Ahmed Mahanna, director of publication and distribution for Dar Dawwin publishing, was detained "without explanation," a friend told CNN.
[updated 7:25 p.m.] Two men and three boys, ranging in age from 13 to 20, have been charged with aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, Trenton Police Director Irving Bradley said at a news conference Saturday evening.
Gregory Joseph Leary, 20, was arrested and charged Thursday. Police announced the arrest and charges against Tiemear Lewis, 19, on Saturday. Both men are from Trenton.
Police also announced charges against the juveniles, ages 13, 14 and 17, on Saturday. Their names are being withheld.
More arrests are expected in the case, authorities said.
[Posted 6:06 p.m.] Five more people have been arrested in the case of a 15-year-old girl in Trenton, New Jersey, who allegedly allowed men to have sex with her and her 7-year-old sister for money, police announced Saturday.
International forces mistakenly killed six Afghan soldiers in northern Kunduz province, Afghanistan's Defense Ministry said.