A criminal court in the northern Egyptian city of Tanta convicted 23 Muslim Brotherhood members for acts of violence that broke out in 2013 and sentenced them to life in prison on Sunday.
Military operations carried out by Egypt's armed forces in North Sinai over the past week have left 43 suspected militants dead, the army said in a statement on Sunday.
Two people were killed while attempting to plant an improvised explosive device near the local council of Sharqiya's city of Ibrahimiya on Saturday night, reported the state news agency MENA.
Salafi Nour Party head Younes Makhion told Youm7 Sunday he has been threatened more than once and that his name is at the top of a hit list for “terrorists.”
According to a security source, an extensive crackdown in southern Sheikh Zuweid and Rafah resulted in the death of seven suspected extremists, the arrest of eight others and the demolition of a number of terrorist hotbeds.
A security campaign targeting "extremists" and "terrorist hotbeds" in North Sinai on Thursday left 28 suspected militants killed, the state agency MENA reported.
Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria has commissioned bishop Morcos, bishop of Shubra al-Kheima, to create a specialized channel for children belonging to the Coptic Orthodox Church.
A police general and a conscript soldier were referred Wednesday to a criminal court over involvement in the killing a of political activist in Talaat Harb Square a day before the fourth anniversary of the January 25 Revolution, al-Masry al-Youm reported.
Two people were killed in an attack on a youth centre in the neighbourhood of Kerdasa in Giza early Thursday, a civil protection official said.
Ajnad Misr militant group is responsible for an attack near the Cairo High Court earlier this month which killed two civilians and injured a number of others, interior ministry spokesperson Hany Abdel-Latif said on Thursday
Egypt's banned Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood and Zamalek's hard-core fan group the White Knights were behind the football disaster that killed 20 fans, as part of a scheme to blight this month's economic conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, said the general prosecution on Tuesday.
Egypt's social solidarity minister ordered on Wednesday the dissolution of 99 non-governmental organisations in eight governorates in implementation of a court ban on the Muslim Brotherhood.
A policeman was charged Wednesday with killing a Muslim Brotherhood supporter as he lay in his hospital bed in the Agouza Hospital, Youm7 reported.
Transport Minister Hany Dahy said that he agreed with Pope Tawadros to construct the Fayoum-Oasis Road through the Wadi Al-Rayan monastery and open the ancient water well for everybody to visit.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry has called for international "commitment" to combat the Islamic State group (IS) in Libya.
Having been pronounced dead on Saturday afternoon at 88, Pope Shenouda III ended an exceptionally hectic tenure that impacted Copts in many ways over more than four decades.
A Cairo criminal court sentenced Mohamed Badie, the Muslim Brotherhood's supreme guide, and 13 other leading members of the group to death on Monday for inciting murder in the now infamous case known in the media as "Rabaa control room."
Iraq’s foreign ministry summoned on Tuesday the Egyptian ambassador to Iraq, Ahmed Darwish, in protest against the rececnt unfavorable remarks by al-Azhar against Shia militias, supporting the government in its fight against the Islamic State, Anadolu Agency reported.
Egypt's top prosecutor accused on Tuesday the Muslim Brotherhood of coordinating with Zamalek Sporting Club's ultra's group to commit acts of violence ahead of a football match which left at least 19 fans killed.
Political activist Mohamed el-Gendy who went missing on the second anniversary of the January 2011, died due to a "car accident" and not due to torture at the hands of the police, Egypt's top prosecutor announced on Tuesday.
Nine alleged ‘takfiri’ militants were killed Monday night in military air strikes in N. Sinai, Youm7 reported, citing anonymous security sources.