CAIRO: The first trial session of former Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Badie and leader Khairat el-Shater along with other MB leaders will be held in the Police Institute in Tora on Wednesday.
An Egyptian judge on Wednesday halted the trial of leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood after they shouted slogans and refused to cooperate with the court.
Time magazine on Wednesday named Pope Francis its person of the year, saying that in nine months in office the head of the Catholic Church had become a new voice of conscience.
A second panel of judges has withdrawn from the trial of Muslim Brotherhood leaders accused of inciting the killing of protesters.
CAIRO: The judge investigating the Wadi Natroun prison break has denied news of a complementary probe with ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
Clashes re-erupted Tuesday between Egypt's security forces and Al-Azhar University students outside the campus, as the student union began the first day of a strike in protest over security forces entering the campus the previous day.
The Emirati Federal Supreme Court postponed on Tuesday the trial of Egyptians held for affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood to 17 December.
The Strong Egypt Party has called on the high electoral committee to ensure the upcoming constitution referendum is free and fair.
CAIRO: Founder of Gamaa Islamiyya‘s Tamarod Movement (GITM), Walid el-Borsh said that the Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim’s call for Gamaa Islamiyya to join the road map and participate in the political process is a positive signal from the state.
CAIRO: The Nour Party announced that it will not push for a presidential candidate of their own, and will not support any presidential candidate except after the door for candidacy is closed.
The Salafi-oriented Nour Party has begun to rally Salafi leaders to garner support among the Salafi bloc for a “yes” vote in the upcoming constitutional referendum.
Fourteen Muslim Brotherhood supporters were put into custody for 15 days pending investigation on Sunday after being arrested during the clashes that took place in Helmeyet al-Zaytoon last Friday .
CAIRO: Ministry of Interior spokesperson Hany Abdel Latif said the ministry security agencies, in coordination with the military, are ready to secure the referendum process.
Egypt's second-largest Islamist group, the Nour Party, has claimed the Muslim Brotherhood urged it to attack opponents of Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in December 2012.
CAIRO: Salfi Call and Shura Council member Sheikh Mohamed el-Qady criticized what he described as an attempt to distort the image of the Call and Nour Party by showing them as personalized entities representing certain people.
The head of Egypt's Salafist Nour Party, Younis Makhioun, stated Saturday that the road to democracy comes through elections, not protests, imploring supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood to stop demanding the reinstatement of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
GHARBIA, Egypt: Clashes erupted between 22 Muslim Brotherhood members and security forces at Tanta Court during the former’s trial on Saturday.
Assistant to the head of media affairs of the Salafist Nour party Nader Bakkar criticised the Muslim Brotherhood after Brotherhood loyalists held a demonstration outside his residence and reportedly chanted slogans offending him and his family.
Egyptian hardline Islamist preacher Safwat Hegazy said Saturday during his ongoing trial that photos of him following his arrest released by Egypt's Interior Ministry were fabricated, according to the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party website.
Clashes erupted on Saturday afternoon between Muslim Brotherhood demonstrators and locals in the port city of Damietta, 200 kilometres north of Cairo.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a statement Wednesday demanding Egypt's public prosecutor investigate the detention and abuse of anti-Morsi protesters at the hand of Muslim Brotherhood members during last Wednesday's clashes at the presidential palace.
Engineering students at Cairo University begin sit-in over the death of Mohamed Reda, who they say was killed by police on campus