Hundreds of grieving mourners in Al-Our village in Minya on Monday bade farewell to the 21 Egyptian victims killed by Islamic State militants in Libya.
Egypt`s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi visited on Monday the head of Egypt`s Coptic Orthodox Church Pope Tawadros II extending condolences over the killings of the 21 Copts by Islamist State militias in Libya.
Families of 21 slain Egyptians in Libya held symbolic funerals for them in their hometown in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Minya on Monday.
In honor of Pope Francis’s visit to Palestine in May 2014, the Palestinian Museum launched a project entitled, "In the presence of the Holy See". The exhibit was comprised of an innovative and creative collection of digital collages which shed light on the decades-long suffering of Palestinian people.
Pope Tawadros II is holding a mass on Tuesday at noon at the St. Mark Cathedral in Abbassiya in tribute to the Egyptian Coptic Christians that were killed by IS in Libya.
A video showing the beheading of the Egyptians kidnapped in Libya was released on Sunday night on social media.
In the terrorism trial of a man accused of being one of al-Qaeda’s early leaders, an American described being asked in 1995 by Osama bin Laden to kill Egypt’s president by ramming his plane with his own in midair.
The Cairo Criminal Court postponed to 28 February former president Mohamed Morsi’s trial, on charges of spying and “leaking confidential documents [belonging to] general and military intelligence”, state media reported.
The trial of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi and Muslim Brotherhood politician was postponed to 28 February, after the first session in a new trial where he is accused of "spying for Qatar" convened on Sunday.
Egypt’s ministry of foreign affairs has no new updates about Egyptian abductees in Libya, including about 21 Coptic Christian Egyptian workers kidnapped by the Islamic State in Sirte, the ministry’s official spokesperson Badr Abdel Atti said on Sunday.
A year after Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab took office, the premier on Wednesday stressed an initial promise to “crush terrorism” in his country following recent years of political turbulence and social unrest.
Police probing the murder of three Muslim students by a North Carolina man said Wednesday they were studying whether the slayings were racially motivated, as thousands gathered to mourn the killings and denounce intolerance.
A war of statements heated up after Nedaa Masr Coalition spokesman accused the Nour Party of clearing the Sadat City constituency in favor of former Mubarak-era iron and steel tycoon and former ruling National Democratic Party leader Ahmed Ezz.
Al-Azhar, the centre of Islamic learning in Egypt, on Thursday condemned the killings of three young Muslims by a gunman in the United States as a "terrorist and racist" act.
The Port Said Criminal Court ordered on Wednesday former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi and high ranking police officers, including the Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim, to testify in the Port Said prison clashes, state media reported.
An Egyptian court ordered the retrial of 36 supporters of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood who had been sentenced to death in a mass trial that included the group's leader last year, judicial sources said on Wednesday.
International media has a “great ethical responsibility” in fighting extremism, as associations between faith and “terrorism” fuel hatred and animosity, Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa said in a Wednesday statement following the murder of three U.S. Muslims in North Carolina.
John Boehner, the Republican speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, said on Wednesday he had “concerns” that President Barack Obama’s proposed authorization for the use of force against Islamic State fighters puts too many limits on military commanders.
Egypt's Court of Cassation on Wednesday overturned death sentences on 36 Islamists and supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi, state news agency MENA reported.
A Belgian court on Wednesday jailed the leader of an Islamist group and several of his followers on terrorism charges for sending jihadist fighters to Syria.
Salafi figure Khaled Alam Eddin of the Nour Party criticized President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi for going to the Opera with President Vladimir Putin despite the Air Defense Stadium massacre.