Egypt's presidency has declared public mourning for three days after 15 people were killed in a blast near the Mansoura’s Security Directorate.
Sinai-based militant group, Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, claimed responsibility today for Tuesday’s terrorist attack in Mansoura, according to state TV.
Hungary has lifted a travel ban to Egypt and considered Egypt a safe place for tourists to visit.
Dr. Naguib Abadir, prominent leader of Free Egyptians Party and member of the fifty-members commission to amend 2012 constitution, held today a seminar about the new constitution in the lawyers' syndicate in Cairo.
Judge Nabil Salib, Head of Egypt’s Supreme Electoral Commission (ESEC) said that 67 local and international civil society organizations will be permitted to monitor the upcoming referendum on the amended 2012 constitution.
Nasr City Misdemeanor Court has sentenced Sheikh Abu Islam and his son to five years in prison after they were found guilty on charges of contempt of Christianity.
Pope Francis said today that we should not accept the idea of Middle East Christians-free zone.
He added on Twitter that we pray every day for peace in the Middle East.
During his pastoral visit to Switzerland, H.H. Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, have visited St. Mark & St. Morris Church in Zurich as well as Wasserkirche.
After the Muslim Brotherhood has failed to win the elections of Doctors' Syndicate, it announced the Church was responsible for such failure after it mobilized against it.
Egyptian writer Abdul Rahim Ali said today that the Muslim Brotherhood has trained many young people in Gaza to use weapons.
European Union of Coptic Organizations for Human Rights (EUCOHR) urged Egyptians to vote in favor of a new constitution in an upcoming referendum, saying that would spare the country more turmoil.
One soldier was killed, and 14 were wounded in car bomb attack on Central Security Camp in Ismailia.
Eye witnesses said the very strong explosion happened in front of gate four.
The Muslim Brotherhood invited its supporters and its allied Islamic groups to boycott the upcoming referendum on Egypt's new constitution.
Spokesman of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Father Polous Halim, said that Pope Tawadros II is currently in Europe on a pastoral visit.
Page called “I’m a proud Muslim Brotherhood” on Facebook considered the former first lady of Egypt, Mrs. Naglaa Morsy, is superior to the holy virgin Mary!
In his weekly sermon, Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, invited the people to participate in the upcoming referendum on the Constitution.
Ivonne Boshra, Coptic girl who was thrown off the roof of her house in Minya, said that fanatics have broken into her house after they had destroyed the doors, and threw her off the roof causing her serious injuries.
A piece of land owned by a Coptic Christian woman called Ivit Isak was seized by a thug called Abdul Gawad in Minya.
Medhat Kelada, head of the European Union of Coptic Organization for Human Rights, said that killing and attacking the Copts all over Egypt every now and then proves the officials are satisfied by such bloodshed.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Interior, police forces have arrested Ahmed Ezzat Mohamed Shaaban, the main suspect in assassinating Homeland Security Officer Mohamed Mabrouk, with huge amount of weapons and explosives in his possession.
Few hours after attacking the Copts in Dir Mawas, Copts in Nazlet Ebid were attacked for a dispute over a piece of land.
Persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt | 60 Minutes Segment