Nassef Sawiris remains Egypt's richest person with a net worth of $6.7 billion, according to the 2014 Forbes list.
Sawiris runs Orascom Construction Industries (OCI), the Egyptian subsidiary of Dutch company OCI NV.
The National Coalition to Support Legitimacy and the Muslim Brotherhood called for protests on Friday, according to a statement issued on their official Facebook page, Thursday.
Banha prosecution hastened on Tuesday a forensic report analyzing cigarettes that were seized from the son of toppled President Mohamed Morsy and another person in their car in Obour, after which the police claimed the cigarettes contained hashish.
The Cairo Court for Urgent Matters has banned all activities in Egypt by Hamas pending a court verdict in an espionage case involving ousted president Mohamed Morsi and members of the Islamist Palestinian group.
The spokesperson of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Badr Abdel Atty offered condolences to the families of the seven Christian Egyptian victims who were killed in Libya Tuesday.
Banha prosecution in Qalyoubia decided on Sunday to release Abdullah Morsy, son of the toppled President Mohamed Morsy, and his friend after getting blood samples from them and sending them to Forensic Medicine Department to check if they were taking drugs or not.
Cairo Appeal Court resumed on Monday the request to replace the judges of prison break and espionage lawsuits at which toppled President Mohamed Morsy and other Muslim Brotherhood figures are accused.
Egypt: Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education Fathy Dawoud Bayoumi said Monday that the name Dar Heraa schools, formerly affiliated by the Muslim Brotherhood, was changed to June 30 following a ministry decision.
Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque Ahmed al-Tayeb will receive Tuesday United Arab Emirates State Minister Sultan Ahmed Al-Gaber to discuss boosting cooperation between the two countries.
Salafi leader Mohamed al-Abaseeri criticized the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) over the establishment of the Brotherhood Youth Institution, calling the move a deceptive attempt to return to the political scene.
The trial of Mohamed Morsi and 14 others has been adjourned until Tuesday after bad weather prevented the ousted president from reaching the courthouse by helicopter, according to Ahram Online`s reporter.
Cairo International Airport authorities begin a collaboritive investigation with members of the departments of Passports and Public Relations as well as security personnel at the airport after Mohamed Abdel Aaty, brother of toppled President Mohamed Morsy's secretary, escaped.
The deputy foreign minister in the Hamas government, Ghazi Hamad, said on Saturday that Egypt’s administration is displeased with a sit-in at the Rafah border on the Gaza side that for a week has been demanding a lifting of the siege on Gaza’s sector.
The Dissident Muslim Brotherhood (MB) Coalition called on interim President Adly Mansour to conduct a referendum on reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood, according to a statement issued Sunday by the coalition.
The son of former President Mohamed Morsi, Abdullah Morsi, was examined after being arrested for possession of hashish on Saturday, a security source in Qalyubia told Youm7.
Cairo Criminal Court suspended Thursday afternoon the trial of former president Mohamed Morsi and 35 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders on charges of espionage.
North Cairo Criminal Court inspected the glass cage which is scheduled to hold ousted president Mohamed Morsi during his trial session Thursday, to make ensure the compartment is soundproof.
The government of Ibrahim Mahlab will not be able to succeed where Hazem al-Beblawy failed, said Sheikh Sameh Abdel Hamid, a member of Salafi Call Thursday.
The funeral for the seven Egyptians who were found shot dead in Libya took place on Wednesday in the main Coptic Orthodox cathedral in Cairo's Abbasiya district.
On Thursday, Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque Ahmed al-Tayeb called on governments of Arab and Islamic states to take a decisive stand “to halt ongoing blatant infringements on Islamic holy sites.”
The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy welcomed on Tuesday an initiative put forward by Hassan Nafaa, a writer and professor of political science at Cairo University, and accepted his mediation in Egypt's current political crisis between toppled President Mohamed Morsy's supporters and the new military-backed government.
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