A two-day meeting starting in Khartoum on Sunday between Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan’s irrigation and foreign ministers, and the Renaissance Dam’s tripartite meeting aims to overcome discords over the dam.
Over 400 public Egyptian figures signed on Saturday a petition rejecting a decision by a higher education ministry committee that annulled the results of the recent election of the nationwide students union.
Eight people have died of seasonal influenza in Daqahlia since the beginning of the winter season, according to Health Ministry Undersecretary Saad Makki.
First Lieutenant Mohamed Ibrahim was referred Sunday to a criminal court over charges of beating a veteran to death in the Ismailia police station, Youm7 reported.
The New Woman Foundation requested, in a statement on Sunday, that a clearly defined article be included in the labor law to protect women from harassment in the workplace.
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said that $8 billion in trade transactions have been executed in the past two months, clearing up investors' previous backlogs and meeting all economic needs, a CBE source said in emailed comments to Ahram Online on Thursday.
The ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems Company has built two submarines for Egypt in Kiel City, in northern Germany, the German Ambassador in Egypt Julius Georg Luy said Wednesday.
A network of 81 Egyptian lawyers tasked with defending journalists and bloggers subjected to violations while doing their job plans to launch Sunday, Dec.27.
The General Federation of Egypt’s Student Unions set Thursday as the final deadline for university administrations to ratify elections results, in a statement on Wednesday.
The Israeli government has given the approval Thursday to begin exporting natural gas to Egypt, according to the Israeli press. Meanwhile, Egypt awaits the result of its appeal of an international court's ruling requiring it to pay $1.7 in compensation to Israel for halting gas supply in 2012.
The Future of Homeland Party decided to return to the pro-Sisi coalition currently being formed in Egypt's new parliament after initially declaring on Sunday that it would withdraw early this week from the bloc, the party's spokesperson Ahmed Samy told Ahram Online.
The Association of Doctors Working with the Health Sector has called on the Doctors' Syndicate to organize a day of protests on Saturday in solidarity with doctors who have been detained for political reasons.
A group of 15 young women stood on the steps of the Journalists’ Syndicate on Tuesday night with black make-up around their eyes, to symbolize bruises, and signs that read, “No to violence against women.”
The National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) is preparing a list with the names of forced disappearance victims that so far include 101 victims reportedly arrested by security forces.
Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi says he would not stay in office against the will of Egyptians, state news agency MENA reported.
Egypt's central bank will tighten import regulations from January in a bid to support local manufacturing and better preserve its dwindling foreign currency reserves.
A total of 2.843 million feddans are planted with wheat this season, excluding six governorates, according to a Tuesday report by the Agriculture Ministry.
The Association of Freedom of Thought and Expression (AFTE) filed a lawsuit on Saturday to the Administrative Court, demanding the broadcasting of parliamentary sessions, according to a statement from the association.
Egypt is now cooperating with Control Risks, an independent global risk consultancy, in securing the country’s airports, starting with the Cairo and Sharm El- Shiekh airports, tourism minister Hisham Zazou announced on Tuesday.
The newly-appointed head of the authority created to administer and develop Egypt's Suez Canal megaproject criticised the government's unified income tax ceiling as too high to allow the creation of a special economic zone that can compete globally.
Hostages appear to leave the Bataclan concert hall as siege ends with two attackers reportedly having been killed