A broad coalition of non-Muslim Brotherhood candidates has won 11 of the 12 seats available on the Doctors Syndicate's main board, ending the longstanding dominance of the Islamist group over the body.
Cairo Criminal Court postponed on Sunday retrial of toppled President Hosni Mubarak, his sons Alaa and Gamal, former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly and six of his top deputies on charges of killing protesters during the 25 January revolution and financial corruption to 11,12, 13 January.
CAIRO: Iran welcomes relations with Egypt and says Egyptians have the right to determine their destiny through revolution, said a member of the popular diplomatic delegation that visited Iran, Gamal Zahran.
CAIRO: Member of Political Bureau of April 6 Movement Mohamed Kamal said they will participation in the commemoration of the 2nd anniversary of the Council of Ministers Incidents on Monday.
Minister of Antiquities Mohamed Ibrahim on Sunday said that the ministry will receive on Monday five artifacts repatriated from France and handed over to the Foreign Ministry.
CAIRO: Military forces killed Ahmed Serig, also known as Abu Tartar, on Saturday after he threw a hand grenade at them, military spokesperson Ahmed Ali said on his official Facebook page.
Supply and Internal Trade Minister Mohamed Abu Shady denied rumors of the government's intention to cut back on public subsidies.
CAIRO: The Carter Center will not monitor Egypt’s constitutional referendum, which is scheduled for January 14 to 15, according to a press release issued on Friday.
Egypt’s private sector launched an initiative last week to cooperate with the government in developing needy Upper Egypt governorates in a conference which saw the participation of businessmen and state ministers.
Revolutionary forces and the families of martyrs annouced a march on Monday to commemorate the second anniversary of the clashes in front of the Cabinet in December 2011.
A car bomb exploded outside a central security forces camp in Egypt's Suez Canal city of Ismailia,killing one and injuring at least 20 conscripts, Al-Ahram's Arabic news website reported.
Mohamed Abul Ghar, leader of the Egyptian Democratic Party, said that all democratic forces in Egypt will vote for the constitution, stressing that the referendum should take place in January as scheduled, regardless of the security situation.
Hossam Nasser, former planning minister advisor, accused the dirty money report as being an American scheme to divert the attention of the Egyptians from the roadmap and preoccupy them with issues of less importance.
The draft constitution, completed last week and due to go before a public referendum in a matter of weeks, looks set to maintain the existing status and powers of the Egyptian military.
CAIRO: Egypt has officially signed the UN convention on deporting foreigners who are convicted of terrorism or in corruption cases to their countries, said a judicial source from the International Cooperation Sector of Egypt’s Ministry of Justice on Thursday.
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt: Former presidential candidate Abu al-Ezz al-Hariri expects that the upcoming presidential elections will be settled for Minister of Defense Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
CAIRO: Spokesperson of the 50-member committee Mohamed Salmawy said the referendum on the constitution is going to take place on the second week of January, in a statement to Youm7.
CAIRO: Yasser Hassan, a leading member of the Wafd Party, said the role of the National Salvation Front (NSF) will end after agreeing on the constitution, in a Tuesday statement to Youm7.
CAIRO: Political student movements are scheduled to protest in front of the Ministry of Higher Education on Wednesday under the title of “Freedom for the arrested students.”
Hamdeen Sabbahi, founder of the Popular Current, and Abdel Hakim Abdel Nasser, son of late President Nasser, inaugurated on Tuesday a statue of late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez in the Freedom and Friendship Park on the occasion of the Venezuelan cultural week.
Clashes between pro-Muslim Brotherhood students and police have calmed down after police fired teargas to prevent the protesters from demonstrating outside of Cairo University in Giza.
Engineering students at Cairo University begin sit-in over the death of Mohamed Reda, who they say was killed by police on campus