The April 6 Movement has made its first reaction to hints by Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, defense minister, over intentions to run for president.
The case involving 20 journalists who are accused of belonging to a terrorist organization, also known as the Marriot cell, was adjourned to March 24.
Former Minister of Irrigation Mohamed Nasr El-Deen said in a press conference that Egypt is not being proactive enough about the risks of the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam.
Minister of Tourism Hisham Zazou met with German Ambassador Goetze Clemens von on the sideline of International Tourism Bourse (ITB) currently conducted in Berlin. They discussed the recent warning issued by the German Foreign Ministry advising German tourists not to visit Egypt after the recent bombings in Taba.
A Spanish-Italian team carrying out routine excavation work on Luxor's west bank has stumbled upon what is believed to be the tomb of Maayi, a top governmental official in the 18th dynasty.
North Sinai security services arrested a suicide bomber who was going to detonate himself at a security site.
Tamarod spokesperson Mohamed al-Nabawy welcomed the statement of Defense Minister Field Marshal Abdel Fatah al-Sisi during his speech Tuesday to the students of the Egyptian Military Academy.
During his first day in office on Sunday, Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab found himself surrounded by demonstrations in front of the Cabinet.
Amr Moussa, chief of the 50-member constitutional panel and former Chief of Arab League, has called that Eastern Jerusalem become an international city with no supervision from any country or that it become capital of the autonomous Palestinian state.
As the world yesterday watched Cate Blanchett win her second Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role, what people might not know is that she began her acting career here in Egypt.
Well-known Egyptian journalist and leftist activist Kareem El-Beheery has been released on bail after more than a month in detention.
Health Minister Adel al-Adawy said he attended some of the experiments three years ago on the invention of far-fetched “Complete Cure” device, which was declared by the armed forces to be able to detect and treat AIDS and Hepatitis C.
Alexandria criminal court has sentenced two policemen to ten years in jail for killing Khaled Said.
Awad Saleh and Mahmoud Ghazala were found guilty of torturing Said to death in June 2010.
The Ministry of Agriculture demolished six houses Monday as it started a campaign to remove encroachments on ministry agricultural land at Nasserya village in Qalyubia.
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab Monday made a surprise visit of a cooperative in Qasr al-Aini Street on his way to the cabinet headquarters downtown Cairo.
As Egypt continues to grapple with the fallout of three years of political tumult that has seen six cabinets appointed to date, a new caretaker government is now in place to face afresh the daunting task of returning stability and economic confidence.
Minister of Industry and Trade Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour said late Saturday that he is keen to increase foreign investment and restore Egyptian, foreign, and Arab investors’ trust in the economy.
“We are examining increasing the number of anti-terrorism courts to decide on various cases and to accomplish justice,” the New Minister of Justice in the new Cabinet Mounir Osman said during a phone call with the satellite channel CBC Saturday.
Egypt's foreign ministry spokesman denounced Saturday the US "appointing itself a lawyer and an advocate for human rights issues in the world without a legitimate base," Al-Ahram Arabic website reported.
Director General of the Supreme Electoral Committee, Judge Hamdan Fahmy said presidential elections could coincide with parliamentary elections if the elections law was amended to allow for appeals against its decisions. He added that such an amendment could pave the way for submitting appeals against the constitutionality of the commission itself.
Egypt's new premier, Ibrahim Mahleb, is pursuing meetings with candidates for ministerial posts Thursday to form a new government almost two months ahead of a decisive presidential poll.
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