Rescue an Egyptian who threw herself in the Nile for the second time because of her husband!

On Saturday, Egyptian security rescued a woman who jumped into the Nile River in the capital, Cairo, attempting to commit suicide due to the difficulty of living with her husband.

In a statement published, the Egyptian Ministry of Interior revealed details of a woman's attempt to commit suicide by jumping from the top of a bridge in the Nile River.

The ministry said, in the statement, that while a security force affiliated with the Old Cairo Police Department in the Cairo Security Directorate was passing to inspect the security situation in the department's department, its members noticed a girl jumping from the top of a bridge in the department's department and her husband jumping behind her to save her.

She added that immediately, the forces of the General Administration of Environment and Flats Police were able to rescue the aforementioned girl and her husband, and it was found that they were residing in the department.

The ministry indicated that "in their discussion, the first admitted that she had attempted suicide due to the many marital disputes between her and her husband, and that she had left the marital home because he had continuously assaulted her, and that she had attempted suicide 4 years ago by jumping into the Nile, and while both of them were at the top of the bridge, she overlooked him and jumped." She attempted suicide and her husband jumped after her to save her.

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