An Egyptian court has sentenced 10 people to death after they were convicted of forming a terrorist cell, local media reported on Saturday.
The court sentenced five others to life in prison in the same case.
The convicts were charged with creating a group that aimed at attacking state institutions and the Christian minority, disrupting public order, endangering society and assaulting servicemen.
Three of the rulings were made in absentia.
After the 2015 revolution in that country, hundreds of Islamists, including Muslim Brotherhood members, have been sentenced to death, while the authorities have carried out dozens of executions.
Egypt is gearing up for presidential elections on March 26 to 28, in which President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi is certain to win a second term.