Egyptian court convicts 76 people for attacking the Israeli and Saudi embassies during protests last year.
A court in Egypt has sentenced a man to five years in prison and another 75 people to one-year suspended sentences in connection with attacks on the Israeli and Saudi embassies in Cairo last year, a court official has said.
The man sentenced to jail on Sunday, named Omar Afifi, had fled abroad and was tried in absentia.
Protesters stormed the Israeli embassy in Cairo in September following the killing in August of five Egyptian security guards by Israeli soldiers pursuing fighters who had ambushed and killed eight Israelis along the Israeli-Egyptian border.
Some of the protesters also attacked the nearby Saudi embassy with stones.
The mother of one of the other defendants said her son, Sohier Hassan, was innocent.