Tamarod office of coastal governorates Alexandria, Beheira, and Matrouh withdrew confidence from campaign founder Mahmoud Badr for “violating regulations,” the office said in a statement Sunday.
Adviser to interim president for constitutional affairs Ali Awad said that Sunday was the deadline to receive suggestions over the upcoming presidential elections regulations.
The Cairo Criminal Court resumed on Sunday the retrial of ex-President Hosni Mubarak, his sons Alaa and Gamal, ex-Interior Minister Habib al-Adly, six former deputies and businessman Hussein Salem on charges of killing protesters and financial corruption.
Two political activists arrested during protests on the anniversary of the January 25 Revolution were subject to torture by police forces, political activist and spokesperson for the Al-Dostour Party Khaled Daoud said Sunday on his Twitter account.
During excavation work carried out Sunday inside a mastaba tomb found in Tel El-Tabila in Dakahliya, a collection of three skeletons, a large collection of ushabti figurines and two tombs were uncovered.
Egypt’s military spokesman Ahmed Ali has denied that army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi told a Kuwaiti newspaper he would stand for president.
The Doctor's Syndicate Board said at a news conference on Wednesday that the ratio of the strike in public hospitals around the country amounted to about 55 percent on Wednesday, a slight improvement from the previous time.
Seven human and women rights organizations sent a letter to President Adly Mansour, Wednesday, containing recommendation on the representation of women in parliament.
The president of the Alexandria University Student Union Mahmoud Radwan shed light on the recently suggested protocol between the Supreme Council for Universities and the Ministry of Interior aiming at having police presence inside universities.
The new strain of the H1N1 virus – commonly known as swine flu – continued to spread in different governorates across Egypt, with two suspected cases appearing in Qalyubia. A suspected bird flu case also appeared in Beni Suef.
Medical sources in Sharqiya said two women suspected of being infected with H1N1, also known as swine flu, are currently being treated in a hospital in Zagazig.
A report for the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistic showed that the number of Internet users increased in June 2013 to reach 35.95 million users by 15.9 percent compared to 31.21 million subscribers in June 2012.
The US has expressed alarm over the detention of three Al Jazeera television journalists in Egypt and called for their release.
The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Qatari chargé d'affaires on Tuesday to demand that Qatar “stop the media campaigns” against Egypt, according to foreign ministry spokesman Badr Abdelatty.
The National Salvation Front will complete its restructuring process in its next meeting, Free Egyptians Party Spokesperson Shehab Wagih told Youm7, Wednesday.
Irrigation Minister Mohamed Abdel Muttalib said Egypt intends to show the world that it is keen on the development of the Nile Basin countries, contrary to claims by Ethiopia that Egypt objects to development projects in that region.
Egyptian Prime Minister Hazem El-Beblawi left Cairo for Saudi Arabia on Tuesday morning, for discussions on bilateral relations between the two countries.
Former head of the 50-member Constitutional Committee Amr Moussa said that electing Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the defense minister, as president of Egypt “will not bring back military rule.”
Egypt’s budget deficit shrank by 6.3 percent in the first half of the 2013/14 fiscal year, as compared to the same period of the previous fiscal year, according to the finance ministry's latest bulletin.
The Tamarod movement will discuss youth issues in its meeting with the presidency, the movement spokesperson told Youm7 Tuesday.
Egypt's interim President Adli Mansour said that it is important for the upcoming president to have popular support that would allow him to take whichever decisions necessary for development, in an interview with state-owned newspaper al-Ahram published on Monday.
UNESCO delegates visit Museum of Islamic Art to assess damage to the building and artefacts following bombing; antiquities minister announces number of destroyed items