After a failed “terrorist attempt” on a ship flying the Panamanian flag on Saturday, the army has put the Suez Canal under heightened security.
Egypt's state TV plans to air on Tuesday at 10pm the first televised interview with Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour.
Egypt deported three Al Jazeera journalists on Sunday, days after the Qatari-owned channel carried appeals from leaders of ousted President Mohamed Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood to stage protests against the army-backed government.
Head of Alexandria security directorate Amin Ezz Eddin said the bomb found on Sunday morning at the main railway station in the city was found by ordinary people who informed the police about it. A police force then went to the area to examine it.
The Egyptian Popular Current staged a protest on Sunday in Cairo's downtown Talaat Harb Square against military intervention in Syria and what they described as the "American and Western threats of aggression".
A chargé d'affaires will oversee the responsibilities of the US ambassador to Egypt until the appointment of a new ambassador to replace Anne Patterson, who leaves the country on Friday, Ahram Arabic Website reported on Thursday.
The National Alliance in Support of Legitimacy has called for mass demonstrations on Friday to demand the return of deposed President Mohamed Morsy, part of a campaign of "peaceful civil disobedience" that will continue until its demands are met, the group said.
Egypt’s shipping and transportation industries have suffered significant losses due to the curfew imposed in 14 governorates.
Top officials from three different Egyptian ministries met on Thursday to discuss the legal status of the Qatari-owned Al-Jazeera Egypt channel.
Train traffic has returned to normal on Thursday following a three-hour delay due to a train crash in Tanta’s Kafr al-Sheikh on Wednesday.
Panic spread on the Mohandessin street of Al-Batal Ahmed Abdel Aziz after reports of gunshots on Wednesday.
Egypt's Tamarod movement has called on Egyptian authorities to close the Suez Canal, preventing military destroyers that could be used in an impending strike on Syria.
Egyptian armed forces spokesman Colonel Ahmed Ali stated on Tuesday that military forces did not fire directly at protesters during clashes in the Upper Egyptian city of Beni Suef.
The Prosecutor General’s office has renewed the detention of 770 pro-Morsi protesters apprehended during the dispersal of the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in and 118 others detained from the Al-Nahda Square sit-in.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said on Wednesday that he opposes cutting off US military aid to Egypt but vowed Washington would keep pressing for "reconciliation" in the country.
Youness Makhioun, president of the Salafist Nour Party, has reiterated his party's support for the army-backed roadmap for Egypt's future.
Arab and Islamic nations must adopt a united front in Egypt’s fight against terrorism, said Saudi Arabia’s minister of culture and media, Abdel Aziz Khoga, in a statement Monday.
The final forensics reports of last week's Abu Zaabal incident where 37 prisoners were killed have shown that the deaths were caused by suffocation from teargas.
Firemen were sent to Mohandseen earlier on Tuesday to try to put out a fire that started and destroyed a number of stores near the Zamalek Club.
Minister of Interior Mohammed Ibrahim met with civil society and human rights activists on Monday to discuss human rights issues and to urge civil society groups to support the ministry’s campaign against terrorism.
Egypt's National Coalition in Support of Legitimacy (NCSL), the Islamist alliance supporting deposed President Mohamed Morsi, led by the Muslim Brotherhood, has severely criticised recent amendments to Egypt's 2012 constitution during the first phase of the revision process.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt