A court Tuesday acquitted Gamal Abdel Nasser's son of all charges in connection with a 1980s conspiracy blamed for attacks in which two Israelis diplomats were killed and 10 Israeli and U.S. envoys wounded.

Of the 19 other suspects tried as members of the Egypt's Revolution terror group, 15 were convicted. Nine were sent to prison for terms of up to life.Khaled Abdel-Nasser, whose father was republican Egypt's first president, had been charged as the second-ranking member of the group, which claimed responsibility for four terror attacks from 1984 to 1987.