The Giza Criminal Court postponed on Tuesday a session to consider ratifying of the death sentences of 185 defendants accused of killing policemen to February 22, citing "security reasons."
Egypt will launch a tender for a second liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in the coming weeks, which could help address the country's ongoing energy crisis, a source at the state gas board said on Tuesday.
Unidentified assailants fired at a police car on an agricultural road in Sharqiya early Tuesday, killing a police officer and injuring two policemen.
Head of the Tomorrow of the Revolution Party and previous presidential candidate in 2005 Ayman Nour called Saturday for an “open discussion” with “January 25 Revolution powers,” in order to “acknowledge past mistakes” and define the future.
Egypt has no intention to amend the controversial law on protests adopted under the interim authorities that ousted former president Mohamed Morsy, the minister of justice said on Monday.
Canada's embassy in Cairo was closed on Monday until further notice because of security concerns, an official answering its emergency telephone line said, the second diplomatic mission to shut its doors this week.
Once the lid was off the wood coffin holding the 2,500-year-old mummified remains of a 14-year-old Egyptian boy, scientist J.P. Brown could relax.
Egypt may reach an agreement with European countries to extend the freezing of assets belonging to former president Hosni Mubarak, his sons, and Egyptian-Spanish fugitive business tycoon Hussein Salem for the second time, Minister of Justice Mahfouz Saber told Youm7 in an interview published Sunday.
Egypt's social solidarity ministry will complete an online NGOs database for 45,000 NGOs in Egypt early December, manager of the database project at the ministry, Abir El-Helw said at a press conference late Sunday.
Egyptian ministers travelled to Beijing on Monday to prepare for President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi's visit to China in a few days, according to state news agency MENA.
Egypt's net international reserves (NIR) inched down to $15.882 billion at the end of November from $16.909 billion a month earlier, the country's central bank announced on Sunday.
The public services office of the British Embassy in Cairo has closed due to security reasons, the embassy said in a statement on its website on Sunday.
Business tycoon Naguib Sawiris advised Sisi not to respond to small criticism and leave them to the Cabinet.
Speaking on his personal experience, Sawiris said he does not care about people's talk and criticism as long as he believes he is telling the truth.
Egypt has recorded eight deaths from measles so far this year, with 1,356 infections, marking a slight increase from the annual rate of infection of between 700 and 1,500 cases, head of Health Ministry’s preventive medicine sector Amr Qandil said on Saturday.
Cairo Criminal Court adjourned on Thursday retrial of activist Alaa Abdel Fattah and 24 others over violence outside Shura Council to 11 December.
Schools in North Sinai's towns of Rafah and Sheikh Zuweid will reopen on Sunday December 7, North Sinai Governor Abdel Fattah Harhour said on Thursday.
Six political parties of the "Democratic Trend Alliance" launched on Thursday a petition demanding the trial of former President Hosni Mubarak and his aides.
Tamarod, an activist group that came to prominence calling for the end of the Mohamed Morsi presidency in the run-up to the events of June 30 in 2013, has been denied from registering as a political party to participate in upcoming, long-delayed parliamentary elections.
The period for receiving offers from international firms to conduct studies on the impact of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam has been extended to mid-December.
The Cabinet is considering a presidential decision to criminalize “insults” to both the January 25 Revolution and June 30 events, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi told a group of youths and media practitioners Tuesday.
Ahram Online visits the Hanging Church, one of Egypt’s oldest churches, after 16 years of restoration.