- Egypt's military council vows to abide by international deals
- Egypt reduces curfew hours
- Jubilant Egyptians spend sleepless night on streets of Cairo
- Egyptian military says not to hold legal power of country (Update 3)
- Egypt's Mubarak steps down, hands power to military council (Update 1)
- Anti-government protests in Egypt
- New wave of protests in Cairo
- Cairo after two weeks of anti-Mubarak riots
- Journalists attacked amid clashes in Cairo
- Mass clashes between pro- and anti-Mubarak protesters in Cairo
- Unrest in Arab countries
- Crowds react with anger as Egyptian President retains position
- Uprisings in Egypt may be orchestrated by the Americans – expert
Egypt's chief prosecutor has banned former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif and other senior officials from leaving the country to escape corruption charges, the MENA news agency said on Saturday.
The travel ban has been also imposed on other members of the former Egyptian cabinet, including Interior Minister Habib al-Adli, Information Minister Anas el-Fekky and Tourism Minister Zaher Garana, the agency said.
The Egyptian authorities have also issued a travel ban on a steel tycoon and ruling National Democratic Party member Ahmed Ezz.
A corruption probe has been launched.
The Egyptian cabinet resigned in late January upon a demand by President Hosni Mubarak in an attempt to quell anti-government protests.
Mubarak, 82, who ruled the country for almost 30 years, stepped down on Friday after 18 days of heated protests demanding his resignation.
CAIRO, February 12 (RIA Novosti)
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