The Islamic State extremist group will likely attempt to assassinate President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as a counter-retaliation to the airstrikes his forces made on the group’s camps in Libya, said prominent journalist Robert Fisk.
A number of opposition movements, and some Libyan official entities, rejected Egypt’s air strikes on Libyan territories, considering it a “violation against Libyan sovereignty”.
A Libyan commercial plane bound for Istanbul was forced to return to Tripoli on Tuesday after Egypt banned overflying its airspace, airport and airline sources said.
Half the projects Egypt will propose at a March investment summit will be in the energy sector, the minister of international cooperation said on Tuesday.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry called on the international community to prevent the practices of the terrorist organizations in Libya and lift the arms embargo on Libya's legitimate government, which enjoys international recognition for its efforts to eradicate terrorism.
The Egyptian army announced in a statement on Monday morning it has conducted air strikes against Islamic State militants' targets in Libya, including training camps and arms depots.
French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drianarrives arrivted at Egypt's Ittihadeya presidential palace to sign a military deal with his Egyptian counterpart Sedky Sobhi, Al-Ahram Arabic news website reported.
Egypt will demand the international community aid the government financially and politically in its “war on terror,” spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Badr Abdel Atty told reporters Monday.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi called Monday Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi who offered his condolences for the killing of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians by a branch of the Islamic State group in Libya, announced the Egyptian presidential spokesperson Alaa Youssef.
Egypt's Aviation Ministry is waiting for an assessment from the Foreign Ministry of the number of Egyptians residing in Libya to begin evacuating them, the Aviation Minister said on Monday.
A total of 125 students have been permanently expelled from Cairo University in two academic years for their alleged implication in sabotage and riots inside the facility, head of the university Gaber Nassar told reporters Sunday.
In an interview with Al-Masry Al-Youm, Essam Heggy of NASA, the former scientific affairs adviser to President Adly Mansour, spoke of Egyptian affairs and how the world looks at Egypt.
More than 50 Syrian and Palestinian refugees detained in an Alexandria jail have announced a hunger strike to protest “inhumane treatment”.
Egypt sold dollars at 7.53 pounds per dollar on Sunday, the eighth central bank auction this month, as the pound weakened slightly on the black market.
Egypt's Supreme Elections Commission (SEC) announced on Sunday a two-day extension in the registration period for candidates running in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met Wednesday with a UK House of Commons delegation headed by the chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee Richard Ottaway, accompanied by number of Conservatives and Labour parties members.
Al Jazeera English journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed and four others have been released pending their trial in what is locally known as the Marriot Cell case.
France and Egypt have agreed a deal worth more than 5 billion euros ($5.7 billion) for the sale of Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets, a naval frigate and missiles, a French source close to the matter said on Thursday.
Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Mahmoud Hijazi met Secretary General of the Italian Defense Ministry Enzo Stavanica and his accompanying delegation on Wednesday.
Russia will not be able to exempt wheat exports to Egypt from export taxes, the Russian agriculture ministry was quoted by Reuters as saying on Thursday.
Economic cooperation formed the core of talks between Egypt and Russia, it was announced at a press conference held in Cairo Tuesday.