An Egyptian military court in Suez sentenced on Tuesday one of the supporters of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Mursi to life imprisonment, three to 15 years in prison and acquitted 12 of them, a military source said.
An Egyptian court has ordered the closure of four television channels that have been accused of sympathising with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Eighteen women detained during the Fath mosque incident were released Tuesday after calls for their release were set on various social media outlets.
Fifteen suspected jihadis were killed and 20 others injured during an army raid on supposed criminal hotspots in North Sinai, state media reported.
Egypt's Salafi-oriented Nour Party is considering withdrawing from a 50-member committee tasked with amending the constitution, party officials said.
Egypt's military bulldozed 13 homes along the Gaza Strip border and caved in tunnels beneath them as a prelude to the possible creation of a buffer zone to reduce weapon smuggling and illegal militant crossings, angering residents who said they were evicted with no compensation, security officials and residents said Sunday.
The Boulaq Al-Dakrour police station in Giza was hit by an improvised explosive device on Monday morning around 11am, according to a Ministry of Interior press statement. Two civilian workers were injured in the attack.
Egypt's interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi said on Monday that his government is committed to the implementation of the army's "roadmap", pointing out that the the formation of a constitutional panel will be followed by parliamentary and presidential elections.
The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights has denounced what it called a “lean” representation of women on the Committee of 50 that is amending the constitution. With just five members, women only constitute ten percent.
Alexandria Criminal Court has adjourned the trial of activist Hassan Mostafa until 3 November while it hears from witnesses.
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.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt