Pope Francis has welcomed the victorious Bayern Munich team to the Vatican after its 7-1 Champions League rout of Roma, telling the players they ''played a wonderful game'' and receiving a signed jersey in return.
An Egyptian court referred on Sunday 37 "members of the Muslim Brotherhood" to the Criminal Court on charges of breaking into the Media Production City, said Medhat Mekki, head of South Giza Court.
Egypt hopes to attract 30,000 new tourists through packages that highlight sites believed to have hosted Jesus and his family on their flight to Egypt, Adel Farid, the head of the Religious Tourism Committee at the Ministry of Tourism told The Cairo Post Tuesday.
The Ministry of Endowments reopened on Tuesday Al-Fatah mosque in central Cairo after a year of closure following the security breakup of a sit-in by supporters of former president Mohamed Morsy inside it on August 2013.
Cairo Criminal Court sentenced 26 suspects on Wednesday to prison in the case known as ‘Nasr City terrorist cell.’
Unknown assailants shot a civilian dead on Tuesday in Northern Sinai's Rafah, security sources told Aswat Masriya, adding that two people were injured.
Despite assurances of increased security for Egypt's public transportation, many commuters still remain unprotected from the possibility of terrorist attacks without adequate security personnel and frequent checks needed to secure trains, metro cars and buses.
The Islamic State group in Syria (IS) released Tuesday a video in which they stoned a married woman to death over allegedly committing adultery in Hama.
An ex-police officer was reportedly killed in Iraq in May after he joined the Islamic State Group (IS) over a year ago; news surfaced Saturday from an IS-affiliated website that he committed a suicide bombing.
A judge referred on Monday 60 judges of different judicial levels to the disciplinary council for supporting the Muslim Brotherhood.
Prohibiting non-Muslims from using the word "Allah" is ridiculous, says Kuwait's Muslim Brotherhood leader Dr Tareq Suwaidan.
The British government is expected shortly to announce its intention to wage a battle against the Muslim Brotherhood MB) movement, as well as other Muslim organizations who are suspected of encouraging extremist activities within its borders, as well as globally, reports the British daily, The Independent.
Egyptian students supporting deposed president, Mohamed Morsi, have clashed with Egyptian security forces in the capital, Cairo.
Seven Egyptian army officers were killed and other six injured by a remotely detonated roadside bomb southwest of Arish in the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday, security sources told Al-Masry Al-Youm.
The candidacy of Rabeaa Elsmaaly, who would be Tunisia's first niqab-wearing MP, has brought to prominence the issue of Islamists coming from outside the country's main Islamist party, Ennahda.
The Islamic State group was taking heavy losses in the Syrian battleground of Kobane Sunday as Iraqi forces fought the jihadists buoyed by US backing for top government security appointments.
A series of acid attacks on women in the historic Iranian city of Isfahan has raised fears and prompted rumours that the victims were targeted for not being properly veiled.
Police have declined to comment on a motive but suspects have been arrested and an investigation is ongoing, General Hossein Ashtari was quoted as saying by the official IRNA news agency.
Activists lashed out Sunday at the Catholic Church's failure at a major synod to open its doors to gay people, but praised Pope Francis for getting bishops to confront "taboos."
“You have resuscitated something that Shari’ah has worked tirelessly to undo and has been considered forbidden by consensus for over a century.”
An open letter signed Sept. 19 by 126 Muslim scholars worldwide to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-declared Caliph of the Islamic State (IS) group, denounced the practice of slavery, following news that the group had begun a campaign of enslavement against Iraqi Yazidis. The letter added that one of Islam’s aims is to abolish slavery, evidenced by the Prophet Mohamed’s freeing of all slaves in his possession.
Twenty-five people were sentenced to life in prison by an Assuit court on Thursday on charges related to violence that erupted in the Upper Egyptian city after last summer's ouster of president Mohamed Morsi.
Female Brotherhood students of Al-Azhar University on Wednesday staged a vigil at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, demanding the release of their imprisoned colleagues.