The 'presidential palaces' trial of former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak is set to resume Wednesday after the criminal court added four new defendants to the case, Al-Ahram's Arabic news website reported.
Margret Awad, owner of Craft tourist agency and the Taba tourist bus that was bombed, said that tourist buses are not secured enough by tourism police.
The Council of Water Science at the Academy of Scientific Research is scheduled to hold a seminar Wednesday to discuss and address water issues in Egypt, including the Renaissance Dam crisis, at the National Center for Research.
Egypt's top prosecutor on Tuesday referred to trial two Egyptians, including a woman, on charges of "spying for Israel," judicial sources said.
The National Wages Council will hold a meeting Wednesday to discuss the minimum wage for private sector employees, an official at the council told Youm7 Wednesday.
Islamist militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis has said it carried out a deadly bomb attack on a tourist bus in Egypt's Sinai peninsula on Sunday.
Spanish archaeologists have unearthed a 3,600-year-old mummy in the ancient city of Luxor, Egypt's Antiquities Minister said Thursday. Prosecutors accused nine people including three Germans of smuggling stone samples from pyramids.
Minister of Irrigation Mohamed Abdel-Motteleb told Al-Ahram daily newspaper that Egypt may in a few days send an official statement demanding that construction of the Ethiopian dam be halted until a mutually agreeable solution is found.
Egypt's army chief, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, won vast popularity by crushing the Muslim Brotherhood, but even a man seen by his followers as invincible may be unable to fix the mess in the politically sensitive energy sector.
Popular Current founder Hamdeen Sabbahi will hold his first meeting Wednesday with various political forces, including the Socialist Popular Alliance Party’s political bureau, to present his platform and his plans for the presidential elections.
Two Egyptian teenagers have been sentenced to 15 years in prison by a Cairo court after being convicted of raping and killing a child, officials said.
The regimes in Egypt have change but the state remains stagnant with corruption and a lack of transparency, which are inherent characteristics of an ancient bureaucracy that the revolution failed to overcome because the infrastructure of the regime prior to the revolution is still there, according to Transparency International.
A deadly suicide bombing that hit a bus of South Korean Christians visiting Biblical sites in Egypt and Israel has raised fears that Islamic militants battling security forces in the Sinai Peninsula are turning to target foreign tourists, a potential new blow to a struggling industry vital to Egypt's economy.
Egypt's Popular Current has announced the electoral platform of its founder, Hamdeen Sabahi, who has recently declared his intention to run for presidency.
The Free Egyptians Party did not yet determine its stance towards a certain presidential candidate, spokesperson of the party Shehab Wagih confirmed on Monday.
A Port Said criminal court sentenced two men to 15 years in prison on Sunday for the murder and rape of a five-year-old girl.
Thousands of workers from Egypt’s largest textile company continued their strike on Sunday, for the seventh day in a row, demanding better pay conditions and that an elected committee be formed to manage their affairs.
Eight people have died of seasonal flu since last Tuesday in Egypt, bringing the total death toll of the flu to 52 cases, said the Health Ministry.
Lawyers for Egypt's ousted president and his co-defendants walked out of court on Sunday to protest the soundproof glass cage in which defendants are held during proceedings, state TV reported.
The Egyptian-Sudanese trade relationship has deepened following the participation of the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Industry in the International Khartoum Exhibition, which ran from 30 January to 6 February. The ministry announced that over 40 Sudanese companies requested to import Egyptian products.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said he supported Egyptian army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s bid for presidency, wishing him luck after holding talks in Moscow.
Pope Tawadros visited St Anthony Monastery in the Red Sea.
He ordained 3 monks as priests, also he consecrated St Mary and St Anthony new church in St Anthony Monastery.